Floriography can represent birthdays in each month of the year. Let’s have a look at Birth Month Flowers with Meanings!
While we have more ways to communicate now and multiple unique gifting options for birthdays, the messages conveyed by Birth Month Flowers with Meanings could be still as meaningful even today as ever.
Here are the best birthday flowers according to the months!
Birth Month Flowers with Meanings
Hope, Admiration, Rebirth
Young love, Modesty
|March||Daffodil||Prosperity, New beginnings|
|April||Sweet Pea, Daisy||Purity, Blissful pleasure, Innocence|
Lily of the valley
|June||Honeysuckle, Rose||Happiness, Romance|
|July||Water lily, Larkspur||Dignity, Positivity, Purity|
Strength of character
|Love, Affection, Mortality, Unrequited love|
|Creativity, Peace, Passion, Tranquility|
|Hope, Wealth, Protection,
What is Your Birth Flower?
1. January – Carnation and Snowdrop
Snowdrop and Carnations are January birth flowers. Interestingly, these two blooms are some of the very few that survive in the winters and are perfect gifts for any January baby.
2. February – Iris and Primrose
Iris and primrose are the birth flowers for February. The birthstone for February is amethyst and it is understandable how violet is the color for February.
3. March – Daffodil and Jonquil
Jonquils and Daffodils are for March borns. March is the official time when spring begins and these flowers seem to be perfect gifts to welcome it!
4. April – Daisy and Sweet Pea
Sweet pea and daisy are the birth flowers for people born in April. Gift these both to babies and put a big, broad smile on their faces!
5. May – Lily of the Valley and Hawthorn
Hawthorn and Lily of the Valley are birth flowers for May. With the sweet fragrance and delicate blooms, both are favorite of many flower lovers.
6. June – Rose and Honeysuckle
Honeysuckle and Rose are June birth flowers and it could be a boasting factor that June borns have the most popular flower as their official birth blooms! Both are available in a wide range of colors.
7. July – Delphinium and Water Lily
Delphinium and Water Lily are July’s birth flowers. With their close connection with positivity, they are associated with feelings of cheerfulness, happiness that can brighten up anyone’s day.
8. August – Gladiolus and Poppy
Gladiolus and Poppies are birth flowers for the month of August. The flowers are available in a rainbow of stunning shades and are famous in the summery months. They represent honesty, generosity, the strength of character, and moral integrity.
9. September – Aster and Morning Glory
Morning Glory and Asters are the birth flowers for the month of September. The asters are considered to be the ‘star’ of the show and the morning glory represents unrequited love.
8. October – Marigold and Cosmos
Marigolds and Cosmos are October birth flowers. With their stunning shades and mesmerizing scent, both are absolutely beautiful and befitting!
9. November – Chrysanthemum and African Violet
They come in a variety of shades and are known to bring good luck to homes. No matter which one you gift to your loved one, they will be more than happy for sure!
10. December – Holly and Narcissus
Though Holly is not a flower, its red berries and dark green foliage are enough to scream Christmas out aloud. These are perfect to be a part of the bouquets for anyone celebrating their birthday in the festive December!