Origin of this Holiday
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.
It is possible this holiday may of been created by the greeting card industry because we find reference to it on greeting card sites that say-
"It's Daisy Day! Celebrate the beauty of the Daisies that symbolize innocence and purity." "Send elegant and cute ecards from our site to your friends/family/loved ones and make happiness bloom in their days." (see Daisy day greetings)
Why January and Why the 28th day?
We did not find any reference to why the month of January or why the 4th of the month was picked to celebrate this day.
This holiday is referred to as a "National" day- However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day. Even though we didn't, this is still a holiday that is publicized to celebrate.
So enjoy the day and have fun with it.
We found recognition about this holiday from:
We found recognition from calendar sites and personal Internet sites that blog and share information about this holiday. Most talk about how to grow daisies and express daisy memories such as: picking daisies or laying in fields of daisies as children. Homeschooling sites refrence this holiday (along with Daisy Flower Month) because they study the daisy and the calendar of holidays related to gardening. (see Garden Holidays )
If you are new to this holiday:
If you are new to this holiday; then maybe you would like to find more information about this subject. We found that Amazon.com is a popular Internet Site for finding books, supplies and more.
How can I Celebrate this holiday?
- Make A Daisy Chain! - "Daisies are picked and a hole is made towards the base of the stem, generally by piercing with fingernails or tying a knot." "The stem of the next flower can be threaded through until stopped by the head of the flower." "By repeating this with many daisies, it is possible to build up long chains and to form them into simple bracelets and necklaces." resource link
- Learn about folk medicine: - Bellis perennis has astringent properties and has been used in folk medicine.
- Every Holiday deserves a party! - Get ready for your next party by shopping for the lastest supplies to make your holday a real hit. We found a place that sales products for children and adult parties both.
- Send Free Internet Invitations! - If your ready to get together with your friends don't forget to invite them by email with these fun Internet Invitations. They are always fun & FREE!
Other January Holidays around the world
When is this holiday celebrated?
Daisy Day is celebrated annually on
January 28 in the United States!
Happy Daisy Day everyone!
On this day we are encouraged to remember the daisy!