We asked a florist to create an arrangement especially for Sagittarians
It’s no mistake that Sagittarius rules the zodiac during the holidays – this happy and fun sign embodies the spirit of the holiday season. Ruling the calendar from November 22 to December 21, their lively personalities make the season’s celebrations even brighter. This fiery sign, ruled by Jupiter, brings boldness and passion to their relentless quest for adventure.
Don’t let the free-spirited side of the archer fool you – these philosophical thinkers are also on a perpetual quest to discover a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. “Sagittarius is a freedom seeker as well as the most knowledgeable and insightful sign of the zodiac. They will be bouncing around the globe to better understand themselves and others,” says astrologer Lisa Stardust. For the horoscope Sagittarius floral (or as we like to call it, “Floriscope”), read on.
According to Stardust, carnations exemplify the soulful nature of the archer: “These flowers represent love and kindness, which are attributes of Sagittarians,” she says. To bring this sign to life, Birmingham-based florist Mark Thompson designed an arrangement using only carnations. Fluffy flowers, ranging from pink and peach to lilac and cream, symbolize the warm and passionate nature of Sagittarius. Carnations are misunderstood flowers that are often presented as mere fillers; study them more closely and discover the rich color and longevity they can bring to arrangements. The same can be said for the Archer, whose philosophical depth takes more effort for others to discover, but who is undeniably beautiful once found.
The sculptural stems of the vibrant American beauty berry symbolize the bravery of the sign. “Their fiery energy allows them to assert their beliefs as well as stand up for others who need to be heard,” adds Stardust. Thompson created an asymmetrical shape, representative of the sign’s adventurous free spirit and how their journeys to discover the deeper meaning of life will take them to every corner of the world.
Produced by Sara Clark.
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