Who doesn’t love flowers?! National Flower Day comes up in March and encourages us to take the time to take in the beauty that surrounds us. This holiday of flowers is the ideal opportunity to plant some seeds of flowers and prepare for the spring weather of gardening.
No matter if you have blooms in bloom right now, or it’s colder but you are still able to enjoy flowers however you want to celebrate National Flower Day.
Read on to find out more about this annual garden celebration and how you can take part in it!
What is National Flower Day?
National Flower Day is a holiday that marks the beginning of spring. It is a day to celebrate the many wonderful aspects of flowers. It’s a reminder that you should arrange flowers or gift flowers to someone you cherish.
It’s also a great opportunity to buy the flowers you want for yourself! Why not? Making homemade crafts or simple remedies that use flowers or recipes that include edible flowers can be a fun way to commemorate this holiday.
When is National Flower Day Observed?
The event is held annually on the 21st of March. This is a simple way of remembering the date because this holiday begins right after spring’s first day. Make sure to mark your calendars for the 21st of March every year!
Also, the day for flowers falls at the right time to plant flowers inside within PA Zone 6b. This gives enough time for seeds to germinate and the flower seedlings to mature before hardening off and being transplanted outside.
Ideas for How to Celebrate National Flower Day
If you’re looking for ideas to commemorate National Flower Day on March 21st, take a look at these great ideas and creative ideas.
You can plant flowers inside. March is the best time to begin the seeds for your flowers!
Share seeds of flowers with your garden buddies you enjoy.
Organize a flower swap either online or in person.
Send a message of love to someone special with a beautiful bouquet.
Create a beautiful design using empty candle containers with candles to create new vase arrangements for flowers.
Plantable seed paper can be made using actual flower seeds.
Plant some tough flowers if you can get the soil to work.
Try cultivating roses using the cut flower.
Create tissue paper flowers for an interesting craft.
Learn to draw flowers or paint flowers using watercolors.
Bake cupcakes and practice flower icing.
Make your pen roses with your pen.
Purchase some fresh flowers and create your arrangements.
You can try pressing the flowers and make crafts with them in the future.
Think about all the clever suggestions for what you can do with rose petals.
Here are some National Flower Day ideas to think about. Make sure you submit your ideas and suggestions in the comment section below so that we can all gain!
Other Flower Holidays
If you’re eager to celebrate this holiday of flowers, think about these other flower festivals across the United States:
- National Plant a Flower Day every year on the 12th of March
- Send flowers for Someone Day – Every year on the 15th of May
- Flower Day – Every year on the 20th of May
- National Water a Flower Day every year on the 30th of May
These are only a handful of flowers to mark in your schedule. There are plenty of other garden holidays and observances when you wish to celebrate these days!
Remember the fact that it’s National Flower Month as well. It’s the best time of the year to plant your flower seeds inside (and others) to prepare for spring and the gardening season!
What is your top suggestion for the best way to celebrate flowers? Do you have any concerns or advice to provide? We would love to hear from you!
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And lastly, Happy National Flower Day!