The Meaning Behind Birth Flowers.

The meaning behind the birth flowers is very interesting. As long as we all remember, flowers have always been a gift for any occasion. We gift flowers because the flowers are beautiful and their beauty makes everyone happy. The act of giving flowers is also a language. Each flower is said to have its own meaning, and when given to a person, the meaning of a particular flower conveys a message that matches the meaning of the flower.

The practice of giving flowers on a person’s birthday dates back to the days of the Roman Empire. On a person’s birthday, the Romans presented flowers to honor the person and to honor Flora, the Roman goddess of spring and flowers. They offer flowers to the temples as an offering to the gods. How a flower relates to a particular month and is called a birth flower because the said flower is more in season in that month than in any other month. Over time, birth flowers have got a special meaning to them.
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January is for Carnation.

Carnation is the birth flower of January. It is also called Dianthus, which means “divine flower” or “flower of the gods” in Latin. Not surprisingly, the carnation came to mean the pride, beauty and distinction of the divine name. Carnation is the flower of passion. Giving a person a white carnation is to signify friendship. Red carnations are synonymous with longing, while pink colors denote love. Rejecting yellow carnations.

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February is for violets

Violet, the flower of birth in February, is the flower of loyalty in love and sanctity. In the language of flowers, Violet tells her that he will always be honest by giving her a boyfriend. This is especially true for purple-petal violets. The whites give her the opportunity to give her heart.
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March is for Daffodils.

Daffodil, the birth flower of March, is the flower that symbolizes the friendship and happiness of the home. This is the flower used to express the unsolicited love of another person; However, since daffodils are one of the first flowers to bloom in spring, it is also seen as a flower of hope in love. Daffodils Narcissus, also known as Jonquil.

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April is for Daisy.

One of the most sought-after flowers among flower lovers, Daisy is the April flower. Innocence and modesty are the virtues most associated with Daisy, mainly because of its dullness despite the boldness of its colors. In the language of flowers, daisies are given by a gentleman to a woman after having a pleasant time.

Birth flowers of May is for Lily of the valley.


Legend has it that the lily of the valley wept when Adam and Adam were expelled from Eden. However, this native flower of May is more symbolic of holiness, sacredness and humility, and its small, bell-shaped blooms come together. The lotus in the valley means “return of happiness,” which is often used as a decoration in weddings.

Birth flowers of June is for Roses.

Rose, the queen of all flowers, is the birth flower of June. Formerly known as the flower of passion, each color conveys a message of love. The red roses are burning love and the pink roses mean deep respect and admiration. White roses are given as a sign of friendship or as a secret love. Yellow roses express jealousy or dying love.

July is for Larkspur.

Larkspur is a floral representation of the expression “wearing one’s sleeve and wearing one’s heart.” This July birth flower is a symbol of openness, lightness and sometimes volatility. In the language of flowers, the message behind Pink Larkspur is that unsteadiness, happiness is behind white. Purple colors are meant to tell you that their receiver is a very sweet person.

August is for Gladiolus.

Gladiolus is the birth flower of August, named after gladiators in the shape of a sword. Because of this shape, Gladiolus is called the flower of strength and courage and sincerity and uprightness. In the language of flowers, Gladiolus means “love at first sight.”

September is for the Aster.

Astor, the birth flower of September, is Latin for star. This beautiful flower symbolizes faith, wisdom and courage in one’s love. Giving a bouquet of esters to a loved one is to ask him or her to pay attention.

October is for Marigold.

In India, marigolds are considered to be the most sacred of flowers, born in October. The marigolds are often fastened into garlands and placed on the necks of religious statues. Nevertheless, in the Western tradition, marigolds were associated with grief and offerings of sympathy.

November is for Imperial.

The Imperial is flower of Japan and also flower of November. This is another flower that represents friendship, and is sometimes given to symbolize a secret love and desire for that person. In some countries, chrysanthemum also refers to death.

 December is for Narcissus.

Narcissus was once associated with Maya; According to legend, a young man named Narcissus was attracted to his own beauty when he saw his own image. He died for his own beauty, and when he died, Apollo made him the flower of his name. However, this birth of December has become a symbol of loyalty and stability.

Flowers are beautiful gifts to give to a loved one regardless of the context. Making this gift of birth flowers makes more sense.

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