The Victorians used the Dahlia to signify a lasting bond and commitment between two people, but modern flower lovers can also buy a potted plant as a celebration of joining a new religion or trying a new healthy habit. Dahlia is often considered a birth flower for August, but some traditions use it as a November birth flower instead. It’s the national flower of Mexico because that’s its native habitat. Some cultures use it to represent diversity since each petal fits seamlessly into the whole head. This original watercolor painting showcases the sunny yellow dahlia. Yellow dahlias are nothing but cheerful, helping us go through life with a bit of joy and childlike glee.
Orignal Size: 20×16”
Medium: Watercolor on arches cold press