Birth Month Flowers

Birth Month Flowers Bring Special Symbolism all Year Round

Did you know that there are special birth flowers for each month just like there are birthstones.

“Flowers by month” is a specialized florists categorizations describing flowers related to a recipient’s birth month. By promoting birth flowers florists keep live a custom started by the Romans and made popular by the British Victorians.

So it is true: each month has it’s own flowers, and your bouquets can be even more meaningful when you know the meaning of birth flowers.

By continuing to honor those you love with birth flowers , you can continue to speak the secret language of flowers!

January’s Birth Flower – the Carnation

If you are born in January, you will find that your birth flower rules:
Love,
fascination
and distinction.

February – Iris

Those lucky enough to be born in February have the Iris as their birth flower.
These regal beauties provide :

Faithfulness,
Wisdom
and Hope

March – Daffodil

March is showing us the promise of spring:

spring
rebirth,
domestic happiness
and vanity

April: Sweet Pea

In April, spring is in full bloom and no flower could show this

Love,
Youth,
Purity.

Enjoy Your Birth Flowers Every Day

Lovely gifts for yourselves or your loved ones with the magic of birth month flowers. Some of these gift items also include the appropriate birthstones.

Birth Flower necklace Pendat JulyBirth Flower necklace Pendat JulyBirth Flower of the Month Larkspur July Glass Handmade Pendant NecklaceBirth Flower of the Month Larkspur July Glass Handmade Pendant NecklaceAugust Gladiolus and Peridot Birth Month Porcelain Birthday Mug Beautifully Boxed Featuring Birth Flower and BirthstoneAugust Gladiolus and Peridot Birth Month Porcelain Birthday Mug Beautifully Boxed Featuring Birth Flower and Birthstone3dRose Morning Glory Garden September Birth Flower with Birds - Greeting Cards, 6 x 6 inches, set of 63dRose Morning Glory Garden September Birth Flower with Birds – Greeting Cards, 6 x 6 inches, set of 63dRose LLC 8 x 8 x 0.25 Inches Mouse Pad, White Daisies April's Birth Flower with Butterflies3dRose LLC 8 x 8 x 0.25 Inches Mouse Pad, White Daisies April’s Birth Flower with ButterfliesJanuary Carnation and Garnet Birth Month Porcelain 10 Ounce Birthday Mug Beautifully Boxed Featuring Birth Flower and BirthstoneJanuary Carnation and Garnet Birth Month Porcelain 10 Ounce Birthday Mug Beautifully Boxed Featuring Birth Flower and Birthstone

 

May: Lily of the Valley

Spring is in full-bloom during May and if you were born then you have the Lily of Valley as your birth flower.

happiness,
humility,
sweetness

June: Rose

My name is Rose, so I love this flower. I love knowing that it is symbolizes

love,
gratitude,
and appreciation

July: Water Lily

July rules the astrological water sign of Cancer the Crab, so it is appropriate of the Water Lily is the birth flower.
Water Lily symbolizes:

joyful
fickleness
sweetness

August: Gladiolus

In August summer is in full-bloom. The regal gladiolus shows

Strength,
Moral Integrity,
Remembrance, and
Infatuation.

September: The Forget Me Not

September is blessed by the beautiful Forget Me Not . This flower rules

Patience,
Daintiness
Remembrance

The Secret Language of Flowers

The Secret Language of FlowersThe Secret Language of Flowers

The Victorians would speak volumes without even saying a word. Just in the flowers they gave.

 

October: Marigold

When the weather is getting cold outside, it is nice to know that October has a birth flower that reminds us of a warm fire or vibrant, autumn leaves.

The Marigold signifies being:

Warm,
Fierce

November: Chrysanthemum

November is cold outside, and warm inside as we are being to celebrate Thanksgiving holidays.

The Chrysanthemum rules:
Compassion,
Friendship,
Joy.

Different colors of chrysanthemum have different meanings:
Red Chrysanthemum: Red is for Love
White means innocence
Yellow denotes unrequited love

December Birth Flower: Poinsettia

If you are born in December, you will be preparing for the Christmas holiday all month long.

Poinsettia brings us holiday happiness.
Good Cheer,
Success.

The Poinsettia comes in three colors: Red, White, and Pink.

Send the message of this flower: “You Are The Special One”

Birth Flowers Bring Romanticism to Your Life

Birth Flowers are just one more way to bring joy to your life, and celebrate the seasons.

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