September marks the beginning of the meteorological autumn in the Northern hemisphere. The Meteorological autumn consists of September, October and November. In contrast, it marks the beginning of the meteorological spring in the Southern hemisphere.
The flower associated with the month of September is the Aster which is the named after the Greek word for “Star”. Similar to a daisy flower, the dainty and elegant shape of the Aster flower, leaves it easy to see why it takes this name. The Aster remains in bloom throughout the year making it one of the most vibrant autumn flowers.
A little more on the Greek mythology. To the ancient Greeks, the aster flower came into being because of the Greek god, Astraea. It is said Astraea was upset and sad by how few stars there was in the sky at night. The story continues, that she was so saddened by this that she began to cry. The tears that fell as she cried soon hit the ground and turned into the the starry shaped flowers that we know as Astars.
The Astar flower is also mentioned in historic events. The “Astar Revolution” occurred in Budapest, Hungary on 31 October 1918. It is said that this uprising became known by it’s name because the protesters whore the Astar flower.
The symbolism associated with the Astar flower is wisdom, valor and faith.
In the UK and Ireland, there are four common species of the Aster flower; Aster amellus, frikartii, novae-angliae and novi-belgii.
Therese’s Florists in Newry
No matter what the season and no matter what occasion, Therese’s Florists in Newry are on hand to provide wonderful floral gifts to you friends, family and loved ones. We love the Autumn season as much as the others and you can be assured that we will have a beautiful collections of seasonal flowers throughout September ready for delivery to Newry and surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on being the leading florist in Newry and our countless list of happy customers would surely agree. Our flower delivery Newry service not only covers Newry but surrounding towns and villages. Order online or by telephone today, we will not disappoint!
And so the month of August has arrived. We’re still asking ourselves how did that happen! Despite all the trials and tribulations that 2020 has thrown at us so far, the months still seem to have rolled by so fast this year.
Flowers associated with the month of August are the gladiolus and poppy. These are also sometimes referred to as birth flowers because they are associated with the month you are born.
The gladiolus can also be known by some people as the “Sword Lily” attributed by the thin and elongated shape of the plant. It can come in a variety of colours e.g. pink, red, orange, yellow, purple and white. The meaning associated with the gladiolus is a strength of character, remembrance, and sincerity.
The poppy is a well-known and easily recognisable for its bright red colouring. It is a strong symbol of remembrance of the tragedy and loss of life lost in World War 1. The meaning associated with the poppy is imagination.
As with every flower of the month, they each have a unique meaning. Therefore it is sure to make the recipient of your floral gift feel very special and it demonstrates that you put some extra thought into their gift.
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Even throughout the strange and uncertain times brought upon us by COVID-19, Therese’s Florist in Newry continues to do our part by spreading some joy and happiness with flowers. We will happily help you spread some joy to the family, loved ones, colleagues, and friends. We always have a beautiful collection of flowers and gifts. Our flower delivery Newry service is extremely popular. Our dedication to customer service means we are one of the leading florists in Newry. We have so much repeat business from the same customers it warms our heart to know we are a trusted local florist.
Don’t forget that we offer flower delivery to other areas outside of Newry. We are a popular choice for florists in Warrenpoint. For example, if you find yourself needing a florist in Rostrevor, we are happy to help. Furthermore, we are a popular choice for anyone searching for “florist Camlough“.
The NI executive made an announcement that all goods retailers could reopen from 12 June 2020, provided they have appropriate social distancing and safety measures to protect workers and customers. However, contact services such as spas nail, beauty, hair salons, and barbers, etc are not permitted to open at the time of writing.
More information about this announcement can be accessed here: https://www.nibusinessinfo.co.uk/content/coronavirus-full-reopening-goods-retail-market
Following this information, and with careful adherence to the guidance and practical steps on how to keep our Newry florist, employees and customers safe, we are able to reopen our flower shop in Newry.
Therefore, we are delighted to announce that our florist in Newry has reopened to the public. We thank all customers for their continued support over the last 3 months, we really do appreciate it. Now we can welcome you into our shop and we look forward to seeing you! For those who cannot make it in-person, remember that you can still order online or by telephone for flower delivery Newry and surrounding areas.
Therese’s Florists in Newry.
Following government guidelines and advice from relevant health authorities, we had to close our florist in Newry to the public. As one of the most established Newry Florists, this decision came with a heavy heart but in the interests of public health and safety, we decided this was the best course of action.
We have been following developments closely and will re-open our flower shop in Newry to the public, as soon as it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, we are still operating our flower delivery Newry service online and by telephone orders only. When we deliver your flowers to any home or business in Newry or the greater area, we will do so in a contactless fashion.
When official guidance permits we will open our Newry florist to the public again and we look forward to welcoming you into our store. Stay tuned for further updates.
Stay safe everyone!
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