The Unique Meaning Behind Each Month's Birth Flowers

1. January: Carnation & Snowdrop

Carnations, a January flower, love chilly temperatures and have different colors and meanings. 

2. February: Violet & Primrose

Violets come in purple, yellow, blue, and cream colors. Violets symbolize modesty, humility, and loyalty.

3. March: Daffodil & Jonquil

Daffodils blossom early in spring, symbolizing rebirth and fresh beginnings.

4. April: Daisy & Sweet Pea

They represent purity, love, and new beginnings.Sweet peas symbolize happiness, friendliness, and friendship.

5. May: Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn

May's birth plant is lily of the valley. Klaxon heads symbolize kindness, motherhood, and humility.

6. June: Rose & Honeysuckle

Pink flowers mean appreciation and contentment, while orange ones represent enthusiasm and desire.

7.  July: Larkspur & Water Lily

Larkspurs are beautiful yet poisonous, making them dangerous for gardens. 

8. August: Gladiolus & Poppy

Today, the gladiolus symbolizes strength, integrity, and memory. 

9. September: Aster & Morning Glory

Asters, which resemble stars, are named for them.

10. October: Marigold & Cosmos

Mediterranean flowers symbolize boldness, passion, and creativity.

11. November: Chrysanthemum

The single November birth flower, the chrysanthemum, was first grown.

12. December: Narcissus & Holly

Paperwhites are named for their paper-thin petals. Purity, faith, and respect.

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