September Birth Flower
The September Birth Flower is the Aster, as shown in the opposite picture
Meaning of the September Birth Flower:
The meaning of the September Birth Flower, the Aster is Love, Faith, Wisdom and symbolizes Valor
Sign of the Zodiac and Dates:
Virgo – August 24 – September 22
September Birthstone: The Sapphire
Characteristics of Virgo :
Orderly, Modest, Diligent, Analytical & Self-sufficient
The September birthstone, Sapphire is chemically and structurally the same as Ruby – both are varieties of the mineral corundum Sapphires are well known among the general public as being blue, but can be nearly any colour except shades of red or pink (since those are called rubies). Sapphire is also the Zodiac stone for the constellation of Taurus the Bull. It is associated with the values of truth, sincerity, commitment, and loyalty.
The blue colour is by far the most popular color for sapphire but orange-pink, golden, white, and even black have generated much interest in the gem trade. Tennis bracelets are available that contain a complete rainbow of sapphire gemstones.
Oriented rutile crystal inclusions cause a six-pointed-star light effect (called asterism) to form the popular Star Sapphire.
Sapphires are well known from such places as Sri Lanka and India, and excellent specimens are also found in Tanzania and the Kola Pennensula of Russia. In addition, sapphires are found in many places throughout the world, including North Carolina, Brazil, and China.
Sapphires are extremely durable (only diamond and moisannite are harder). Artificial sapphire crystals are used are used as the crystal face in genuine Rolex watches, and they are extremely scratch resistant.
There are specific flowers which are traditionally given according to the month that a person is born. The September Birth Flower is the Aster. The History and traditions surrounding the September Birth Flower, the Aster is fascinating. There are many myths and legends about the origins of this tradition. It is believed that birthday celebrations originated in the Roman Empire and the origins of birth month flowers, such as the Aster, could be said to date back to these times. During Roman birthday celebrations family and friends offered congratulations and brought gifts. The gifts included gemstone jewelry, such as the Sapphire, and also flowers – the first traditions and origins of the September Birth Flower.