Iris Day

Iris Day is celebrated on May 6th of every year. Irish Day celebrated for the attractive and beautiful bloomers of late spring. More or less, the Irish are quite familiar among the gardeners and house owners. Iris is also called as one of the most popular flowers; irises will help you by preventing your art, culture and seasonal flowering arrangements. Then this flower has been shown as a floral icon for centuries, it used in inspiring beautiful paintings, for good perfumes and the own flowers day called as Iris Day.

In the Spring a livelier iris changes on the burnish’d dove; In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” – Alfred Lord Tennyson

History of Iris Day

The creator or inventor of Iris Day was still unknown. Iris is the state flower of Tennessee, it also is known as a symbol of Brussels, with that, this flower used for 25th Wedding anniversary. The Iris flower that comes in different colours like blue, purple, white and yellow, pink and orange, brown and red, and even black, so this colours where called a rainbow. The name Iris is hail from the Greek word “Rainbow“, and here most of the religious adepts say that Iris is the messenger of the God, the link between sea and sky. It was one of the luckiest flowers when it was blooming on the beds.

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Other Celebrations on May 6

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How to Celebrate Iris Day

You can celebrate Iris Day by planting the Iris plant in your home, in the case if you do not have any in your yard just get it from someone and plat it in your home. It is the perfect and excellent day for planting this lucky Iris flower in your home. You can able to enjoy this day by going to the near floral shop and buy your favourite colour Iris flower and place it in your favourite vase. On Iris Day, you can bundle all your favourite wishes with Iris flower and share them on the Social Media by using the hashtag #IrisDay.

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