April

April Birthday Card Showing Its Full Face

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April


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A fantastic range of birthday cards - one for each month of the year.

Each card details the birthstone and flower of the month. The cards are

beautifully illustrated with each of the flowers and enhanced with glitter

highlights. The inside of the cards display interesting facts about the flowers

and the birthsone, together with a birthday greeting. Each card comes with a

co-ordinating colour envelope.

Envelope Colour - Violet

Message Inside -

The Sweet Pea

(love, youth and purity)

About the Sweet Pea

The Sweet Pea is a plant native to the Mediteranean region.

Since they are annual climbers and grow in a wide spectrum of colours,

they grow for a long period of time and are the first choice for individual

cut flowers and/or exquisite floral decorations.

Not all sweet pea flower varieties are fragrant, but the ones that are,

live up to their namesake.

This particular strain of flowers contains up to 160 species.

Unlike the edible pea, seeds of this flower are not edible and are

know to cause toxicity.

Growing Sweet Peas

Choose a site in full sun with rich, well-drained soil.

Soak seeds overnight then plant about an inch deep and 3-4 inches apart.

Water thoroughly after planting, then restrict water until seeds germinate.

Fertilize every two to four weeks, or work in a slow-release fertilizer at planting time.

Sweet Peas are heavy feeders.

The Sweet Pea plan benefits from deadheading, but leave a few flowers at the

end of the season to seed for next year.

Diamond

(known as the birthstone of April)

A pure diamond should transmit visable light and appear as a clear colourless crystal.

Diamond are the very hardest natural substance.


Birthday wishes are sent to you hoping today is special in everything you do.

Happy Birthday

Card Size - H 200mm x W 140mm or H 7.87 x W 5.51 Inches Approx

Standard Letter Rate




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