The August flowers are the Gladiolus and the Poppy. They both are kaleidoscopic and transmit an affluent symbolism associated with memory. The Gladiolus symbolizes love and strength. The Poppy has been connected with those who lost their lives in war. Now, let us learn about these August flowers respectively.
Peridot, also called Chrysolite, in Hindi ‘Ghritmani,’ belongs to the Olivine mineral family and is determined by its stunning green color, which varies from yellowish-green to olive to brownish-green relying on the quantity of iron in it. According to the Mohs scale, it has a hardness of 6.5-7. The prominent source of Peridot is the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona. The other sources of Peridot are the island of Zabargad, Kenya, Brazil, Pakistan, Myanmar, Egypt, Australia, Vietnam, the United States, Mexico, Sri Lanka, Norway, Tanzania, China, and Finland.