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 birthstone, together with a birthday greeting. Each card comes with a
co-coordinating colour envelope.
Envelope Colour - Cream
Message Inside -
(respect, regard and friendship)
About the Daffodil
Daffodils are recurring flowers with at least 50 species and many hybrids.
Where climate is moderate, Daffodils flourish among the first Spring buds.
Daffodils often bloom in clusters.
Daffodils are mainly native to the Mediterranean region, in particular,
to the Iberian Peninsula, as well as Northern Africa and the Middle East.
All Daffodils have a corona in the centre that looks like a trumpet surrounding
by a ring. The standard Daffodil is coloured golden yellow all over,
while the trumpet may often appear in a contrasting colour.
Daffodils grow perennially from bulbs.
Choose a well-drained, sunny place with a slightly acidic soil.
Plant your Daffodils so that their top (pointed end) is at least
two times as deep as the bulb is high ( top of a 2" bulb is 4" deep).
Daffodils need lots of water while they are growing.
After blooming, never cut the foliage until it begins to turn yellow.
Like most perennials, Daffodils will do well about 1 inch of water per week
while they are actively growing and blooming- from March to May.
(known as the birthstone of March)
The seawater colour of Aquamarine has given this gemstone its name.
This gem is also the wedding anniversary gemstone for the 19th year of marriage.
Birthday wishes are sent to you hoping today is special in everything you do.
Card Size - H 200 mm x W 140 mm or H 7.87 x W 5.51 Inches Approx
Standard Letter Rate