Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – fantastic flowers you can make for Mother’s Day.
The tradition of giving gifts, including flowers, on Mother’s Day began in the early 19th century in America.
Some believe flowers became a preferred gift as the day coincided with America’s spring when all the beautiful flowers are out.
One of the most traditional flowers to give is the carnation, which represents love and gratitude.
In Australia, Mother’s Day falls in autumn and the chrysanthemum is the favoured flower to
Kids love that the name contains the word ‘mum’ and the flower represents cheerfulness.
There are around 600,000 known flowering plants in the world. Do know what your favourite flower symbolizes?