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Zinnia
Named after the German botanist Johann Gottfried Zinn, Zinnias are very favored as garden Flowers. Originating in the regions of Mexico, Central America and Southwest United States, these blossoms offer themselves in the hues of white, yellow, orange, lilac, purple, pink and red, and also as multi-colored Flowers.†These bulge-patterned Flowers bloom from the middle of summer till winter. This choice garden bloom exemplifies recollections of a long-distanced friend. White Zinnias uphold the fervor of pure virtue, whereas Yellow Zinnias represent regular memory of a dear one. Magenta Zinnias endorse the vibe of enduring endearment and Scarlet Zinnias speak for tenacity of living life.
Much of these above-mentioned astounding Flowers also deck up the gladsome vibe of the two most popular Indian ceremonies that are the festival of Rakhi (the Holy Thread Ceremony) and the festival of Diwali (the festival of Lights). The observance of Rakhi happens on a full moon day in the month of August every year. The gala involves a brother-sister pair where the sister ties a sacred thread around her brotherís right wrist and therein their bond gets intensified by pledges of supporting and sustaining each other. Gifting each other pleasurable souvenirs of adoration on this day is also a very popular endeavor of every Indian sister-brother duo. Alongside of gifts Flowers such as Mixed Colour Carnations, Yellow, Pink and White Gerberas, Yellow Roses, Yellow Asiatic Lilies and Purple Orchids are favored by the sisters and brothers to gift to the other one of their pair. Diwali, the illumined ceremony comes each year during the time period of mid-October to mid-November. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped during this festival for an affluent life and Flowers like Roses, Orchids and Carnations of diverse colors are offered to Her believing She is fond of these colors. Noted Flowers for gifting to dear ones on Diwali include Spray Roses, Calla Lilies, Ruby Red Roses, Peach Roses, Mixed Carnations Bouquet and Pink Gerberas.

Alongside of these above-mentioned immortally wondrous natural Flowers, hand-designed artificial Flowers have also become in present times a favored choice among people to gift to their close ones and to array the interiors of their homes. The art form of crafting artificial Flowers was largely prevalent in the ancient cultures of Egypt, Rome, Italy, South America and China. While the Romans used gold and silver for practicing this art form, cocoons of silkworms were availed by the Italians for this purpose. The South Americans shaped artificial Flowers by utilizing chromatic strands of birdsí feathers and the Egyptians chose smeared horn shavings and prismatic linen materials to design their artificial Flowers and the Chinese on the other hand, offered artificial Flowers composed of rice-papers. Gradually from the 18th century, this artwork achieved universal acclaim mainly due to the awe-inspiring skill of the artisans of Paris who learnt this enticing faculty from the Italians. The French immigrants popularized this craftsmanship in England and no sooner this artistry became a celebrated one in America. At present times, materials such as paper, clay, silk, leather, soap, porcelain and plastic molds are selected by craftsmen to devise pleasurable forms of artificial Flowers. Deviating from the old day methods, wired frames are used as the base for shaping these art-pieces and over them the primary material like silk, paper etc are molded to create the genial artificial Flowers. Durable, cheap and anti-allergic, the artificial Flowers have gained a considerable foothold as mind-catching tokens to present to dear ones and as modish show pieces to brighten up households.