These are very beautiful, full flowers, but only readily available in November. They are sure to impress that someone special, or be a great compliment in any house.
2. End of exams/formals/graduations.
Many students sit their final exams in November, so a pretty, congratulatory bouquet will be a nice touch. Also, corsages are a must-have accessory to that end of year formal.
3. Melbourne Cup.
Fascinators are mandatory for a Melbourne Cup Day, as well as the rest of the Spring Racing Carnival. Floral fascinators are so much more fascinating! A gentleman should sport a flowery boutonnière. Also, if you are hosting a Melbourne Cup function, have flowers on your tables. Remember that a party without flowers is just a meeting!
4. World Kindness Day - November 13.
Surprise your family, friends, co-workers, neighbours, or complete strangers with a bouquet of flowers on World Kindness Day. It is easy, inexpensive and unforgettable to give someone a flower when they least expect it.
5. Name Days
A name day is a tradition that consists of celebrating a day of the year that is associated with one's given name. In many countries it is a celebration bigger than a birthday. Here are some more common namedays celebrated in November: