Zodiac Collection

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Dear customers!

Our pieces have a variety of options for each zodiac sign, including different flowers and color combinations. Please feel free to choose a flower that corresponds to your zodiac sign in the list below, as well as the color tones with either a light or dark background to fit the interior of your room. Your art piece also has the option of being adorned with a coin displaying your chosen zodiac. Whatever your heart desires, we’ll make it happen!

Aries’ flowers (Mar 21 - Apr 20)

Honeysuckles and thistles; also associated with tulips, poppies, tiger lilies, and hollyhocks.

Aries zodiacs, known for their confidence and
determination, resonate with the bold essence of honeysuckle flowers. Like
honeysuckle plants, they thrive in competition, emerging early and flourishing
throughout the year. Both Aries and honeysuckles embrace challenges fearlessly,
embodying resilience and assertiveness in their endeavors.

Taurus’ flowers (Apr 21 - May 20)

Lilies; also associated with poppies, daisies, violets, and roses.

The enduring nature of lilies, which flower annually once
planted, mirrors the stability and grace of the Taurus zodiac. Attempting to
reroot the lily requires a significant amount of effort since, like Taureans,
they are happily grounded in their own lives.

Gemini’s flowers (May 21 - Jun 21)

Lavender; also associated with lilies of the valley, chrysanthemums, lilacs, and orchids.

Lavender's enchanting appearance and aroma perfectly
complement the lovable personality of a Gemini zodiac. Just like Geminis can
have many aspects of their character, lavender flowers boast many different
uses apart from looking beautiful!

Cancer’s flowers (Jun 22 - Jul 22)

White roses; also associated with water lilies, delphiniums, lotuses, and blue violets.

White roses, though initially closed in a tight bud,
reveal their beauty as their petals unfurl over time. Similarly, Cancers may
seem reserved at first, but once they open up, their vibrant personality shines
through. The delicacy of white rose petals mirrors the sensitivities inherent
in the Cancer zodiac.

Virgo’s flowers (Aug 24 - Sept 23)

Chrysanthemums; also associated with poppies, asters, buttercups, and narcissus.

While a Virgo's world may appear chaotic to an outsider,
upon closer inspection, their networks of ideas and attention to detail becomes
evident. Similarly, chrysanthemum flowers may seem wild with their explosive
amount of blooms, but each individual flower reveals a perfectly arranged
collection of intricate petals.

Libra’s flowers (Sept 24- Oct 23)

Roses; also associated with morning glory, cosmos, hydrangeas, and daisies.

Libras, known for their aversion to conflict and love for
harmony, resonate with the classic and universally beloved rose. Just as Libras
appreciate seeing all perspectives of a situation, they can find delight in the
gradual unfolding of a rose's bloom, taking the time to observe each stage with
patience and appreciation.

Scorpio’s flowers (Oct 24 - Nov 22)

Geraniums; also associated with marigold, chrysanthemum, amaranth, and peony

Scorpios are known for their enigmatic nature, often
revealing hidden depths and secrets just when you think you understand them.
Despite being challenging to get to know, their innate charm effortlessly draws
others in. Dark red geraniums mirror this mysterious quality, symbolizing
ingenuity, which aligns perfectly with the essence of the Scorpio zodiac.

Sagittarius’ flowers (Nov 23 - Dec 21)

Carnations; also associated with chrysanthemum, snapdragon, protea, narcissus, and holly

Sagittarians effortlessly connect with different groups of people without sacrificing their personal values. They possess a curious and independent spirit, constantly seeking new perspectives and ideas. Despite their independence, they always make time to care for others in need. The carnation reflects this compassionate and adventurous nature. Often given to celebrate joyous occasions or to offer support during challenging times, carnations symbolize both care and resilience. Moreover, the open yet layered blooms of these flowers reflect the accepting yet complex mind of the Sagittarius.

Capricorn’s flowers (Dec 22 - Jan 21)

Pansies; also associated with baby breath, African violets, carnations, and jasmine.

Capricorns are known for their reliability and sense of responsibility, often taking the lead ininitiating and ensuring the success of projects. Similarly, pansies, often underestimated for their perceived fragility, are actually remarkably resilient
flowers. They bloom early in spring and provide the last pop of color in the
gray of winter. Just as it's difficult to damage pansies, Capricorns exhibit a
steadfast determination and resilience, remaining firmly on their chosen paths
with their own pop of color and positivity!

Aquarius’ flowers (Jan 22 - Feb 19)

Orchids; also associated with snowdrops, violas, verbenas, and freesias.

Aquarians value their independence, so they would rather explore unconventional ideas than conform to popular opinions. Their unique thoughts and ideas often captivate others. Similar to Aquarians, orchids possess a distinctive beauty. These flowers stand out
from the crowd with their unique qualities, sometimes even growing without
soil! Despite their unusual nature, people are drawn to the beauty of orchids,
much like they are intrigued by the individuality and charm of Aquarians.

Pisces’ flowers (Feb 20 - Mar 20)

Water lilies; also associated with poppies, clematis, lilac, orchids

The Pisces zodiacs are often characterized as dreamers and romantics, navigating life with a sense of fluidity and emotional depth that allows them to connect deeply with others. Similarly, water lilies embody the essence of Pisces, gracefully floating through life's currents. Despite being anchored down, they gently sway with the rhythm of the water, absorbing the beauty of their surroundings. Like Pisceans, water lilies exude a serene and ethereal presence,
embodying a sense of tranquility and connection with the world around them.

Leo’s flowers (Jul 23 - Aug 23)

Sunflowers; also associated marigolds, dahlias, safflowers, and clivias.

Sunflowers truly epitomize warmth and vitality, perfectly aligning with the passionate and radiant nature of Leos. Moreover, both sunflowers and Leos love being in the center of
attention. Sunflowers instinctively turn their faces towards the warmth of the
sun, much like Leos naturally gravitate towards the energy of social settings.