We know our birth stone usually, do you know yOur birth month flower?
June 26, 2007 11:05am CST
Just ordered for my nice neighbour who just deliver a baby girl and come to know that birth month actually have a flower that represent it. Do you know that our birth month is represent by flower? Just wanna to share some information with you. January: Carnation The birthday flower for January is the carnation. Carnations have been traditionally associated with fascination, which is a fitting sentiment for the freshness of the new year. February: Iris Winter shades of cool blue and snowy white are found in the iris. Representing faith, wisdom, and hope, iris flowers are a beautiful and meaningful gift for a February birthday. March: Daffodil As one of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil is a classic symbol for rebirth and rejuvenation. Daffodils also convey a message of warmth and regard. April: Daisy The month of April is represented by the daisy. Daisies have long been associated with innocence. The large vibrant blooms of the gerbera daisy have made it a favorite among flower lovers. May: Lily In the month perhaps most associated with flowers, the lily holds a special place as May's birthday flower. The wonderfully fragrant and beautiful lily represents purity. June: Rose Easily one of the most well-known and significant flowers, the rose is the perfect choice for celebrating a June birthday. Roses can convey a wealth of varying symbolism, but all roses carry a meaning of love and appreciation. July: Larkspur July's flower, the larkspur, is associated with lightheartedness and levity. Larkspurs can evoke the care-free days of summer we remember from our youth. August: Gladiolus The lovely gladiolus is the birthday flower for August. These flowers are named after the sword of the gladiator, and they carry a meaning of strength and sincerity. September: Aster The September birthday flower is the aster, which is often used to accent different types of mixed flower arrangements. In addition to representing daintiness, asters are also known as a symbol of love. October: Marigold The golden colors of autumn are displayed by the marigold, which makes them the ideal flower for October birthdays. Marigolds have come to be associated with affection. November: Chrysanthemum For the month of November, the chrysanthemum is the traditional birthday flower. Chrysanthemums represent cheerfulness due to the array of bright and vivid colors in which they are available. December: Poinsettia Though known for it's association with the holidays, the poinsettia is also a December birthday flower. Poinsettias traditionally symbolize success and good cheer. Pleasure reading.....
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• Hong Kong
26 Jun 07
Who0ow.. I never knew about my birth flower.. I was born in July. What's a Larkspur?..lol.. I don't think I've really seen one. Or probably I've seen one, only that I didn't know what it was.. Thanks for this post though. Now I know what birth flower I have. The Larkspurs! Yippee... =D lol..
• United States
26 Jun 07
That was nice of you.My birthday is July 10th,my flower is Larkspur.But my favorite flower is a rose which is for June.Maybe I was born a moth too late,but I was already real early I was supposed to be born on September 17th.So,I probably would not be alive if I was born in June,lol.
• United States
3 Jul 07
when I was a young girl my mother bought me a diary as a Christmas gift, within its pages were such interesting things listed such as what each year of marriage is represented by be it paper, linen, cotton, silver, gold etc. there were also listing of birth stones, birth gems and birth month flowers. although the one they listed for me was different than the one that you have found. interesting anyhow, huh?
26 Jan 13
I did not know that my birth month flower is Daisy till I read about your informative discussion. "The month of April is represented by the daisy. Daisies have long been associated with innocence. The large vibrant blooms of the gerbera daisy have made it a favorite among flower lovers." Now I see why daisy is one of my favorite flowers. Thanks for the discussion. Take care.