The Flower of the Month Club is a gift they'll never forget! Each month we'll deliver a breathtaking bouquet of seasonal and exotic flowers hand-selected by our professional floral experts. We're proud to offer the largest floral arrangements of any of our competitors - each chosen for its exquisite beauty, seasonality, and sensory effect and shipped fresh-cut and direct from our growers. Shipping grower-direct allows us to package and ship our flowers the same day they're harvested to guarantee a beautiful arrival and maximum longevity. We offer 3, 6, and 12-month clubs and a Flower of the Season Club with new selections each spring, summer, fall and winter.
At Amazing Clubs we've served over 500,000 happy customers with a better than 99% satisfaction rate. Our customers order again and again because they trust us to deliver the most beautiful selections and highest quality of any monthly flower club. That means premium, fresh-cut flowers from the world's finest growers and delivered by express service for maximum longevity. From orchids and lilies to birds of paradise and other exotic offerings, only the very best is good enough for our members and only the very best is what we deliver with the Flower of the Month Club.
The Origins of Birth Month FlowersThe first flowers appeared on our Planet over 130 million years ago creating beauty, color and wonderful scents. Flowers have been given as gifts since time immemorial. It is believed that birthday celebrations originated in the Roman Empire and the origins of birth month flowers could be said to date back to these times. The birthday celebrations included honoring the Roman Gods and decorating their altars with flowers. During Roman birthday celebrations family and friends offered congratulations and brought gifts. The gifts included flowers - the first traditions and origins of Birth Month Flowers.
Flora the Roman Goddess of FlowersFlora was the Roman Goddess of flowers and her name continues to be used as a collective term for plant life and flowers. The festival of Flora, called the Floralia, was held in the month of April or early May and was marked with flowers. There were two temples dedicated to Flora in Rome, one was near the great Circus Maximus where chariot races were held and the other temple was on the slopes of the Quirinal Hill.