A Flowering Color Calendar
Why do we love flowers so much? We give them as tokens of appreciation, see them as essential to any event or celebration and even buy them as a very short-lived decorations for our homes.
Research[i] has shown that we are uniquely attuned to their aesthetic beauty and that simply looking at flowers can produce chemical changes in the brain, provoking feelings of happiness, comfort, and calm.
Whatever the reasons, humans have been cultivating flowers for over 5,000 years for their beautiful buds and blossoms and this long-standing trend shows no sign of abating. In fact the global flower trade is estimated to be worth $100bn[ii], which is a heck of a lot of posies.
If you’re a fan of flora, the great thing about being in the US is that whatever the season; winter, spring, summer or fall, there are flowers to find. Of course you need to be in the right place and know where to look, but blossoms can be discovered in the most unexpected of places. You can unearth buds bloomingeverywhere from the Rocky Mountains to the Arizona desert.
This flowering color calendar produced by the folks over at chadwicks.ie is a great way to find out what you can expect to see blooming depending on the time of year. With this you can plan a garden that will be blossoming all year round, get an idea of what seasonal flowers will be in your florist or even plan a nature walk to see the blossoms in the wild.
So, check out the chart below and thenuse your newfound knowledge to find a floral display that will brighten up your day.
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