June

June Birthday Card Sat On A Display Shelf

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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. This cards is

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 birthstone, together with a birthday greeting. 

Envelope Colour - White

Message Inside -

Rose

Love and Appreciation

About the Rose

The rose has been a symbol of love, beauty, even war and politics

throughout history. The variety, colour and even number of Roses

carry symbolic meanings. Roses, particularly red varieties, are most

popularly known as the flower of love.

Roses were considered the most sacred flowers in ancient Egypt.

Roses are universal and grown across the world.

The Netherlands is the world's leading exporter of Roses.

Growing Roses

Roses may be grown in any well-drained soil with optimum sunlight.

Clay soils and warm temperatures are always preferred, the rose will grow

best when set away from other plants. Rose plants usually require

severe pruning, which must be adapted to the intended use of the flowers.

Trim off all broken and bruised roots on the Rose plant,

cut top growth back to 6 to 8 inches. When watering Roses,

soak the soil to a depth of 6 to 8 inches, do not merely sprinkle.

Pull soil up around each Rose plant to a height of about 6 inches after the first frost.

Pearl

(Birthstone of June)

The colour of genuine Pearls ranges from white to pink, blue, 

brown, grey and black. Each and every pearl is unique with

distinctive characteristics, and every pearl has imperfections.


Birthday wishes are sent to you, 

hoping today is special 

in everything you do.

Happy Birthday

Card Size - H 230 mm x W 125 mm or H 9.05 x W 4.92 Inches Approx

Standard Letter Rate




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