Birth Flowers and Their Meanings

1) January: Carnation & Snowdrop

Carnations, a January flower, prefer cool temperatures and have different colours and meanings. Pink carnations symbolise a mother's love, dark red ones deep love, and white ones pure love.

2) February: Violet & Primrose

Violets come in purple, yellow, blue, and cream colours. Violets symbolise modesty, humility, and loyalty.

3) March: Daffodil & Jonquil

Daffodils bloom early in spring, symbolising rebirth and new beginnings. They're also regional. Wales and China believe they bring wealth.

4) April: Daisy & Sweet Pea

Sweet peas symbolise happiness, kindness, and friendship. Many think they're perfect for sending "thank you" flowers.

5) May: Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn

As May's birth flower, Lily of the Valleys are appropriate. Bell-shaped heads symbolise sweetness, motherhood, and humility.

6) June: Rose & Honeysuckle

Red roses are the most romantic flowers, but you may not know that other colours have special meanings. Pink roses mean admiration and happiness, while orange ones mean excitement and desire.

7) July: Larkspur & Water Lily

Larkspurs are beautiful but poisonous, making them dangerous for gardens. July's birth flower represents positivity and dedication.

8) August: Gladiolus & Poppy

Today, the gladiolus symbolises strength, integrity, and memory. However, Victorian romantics believed the flowers could pierce hearts and cause infatuation. Memorial Day poppies honour fallen soldiers. Because they were the first to grow on battlefields.

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