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Birth Month Flower Gifts

Giving flowers as gifts to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or to wish someone well has been passed down through the ages. The Greeks considered flowers to be particularly important and associated them with the gods. Flowers have a therapeutic effect on us, they make us feel good and lift our spirits. Today specific flowers have a meaning attached to them. Below is a list of Birth Month Flowers and their meanings followed by my flower sculptures. If there are none for your particular birthday, get in touch and I will create you a unique Birth Month Flower sculpture for you to give as a gift or keep for yourself.

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January Birth Month Flower – Carnation

Carnation is January’s birth flower. Dianthus caryophyllus, carnation or clove pink, is a species of Dianthus. Dianthus is a Greek word which means ‘flower of the gods’. White carnations symbolises purity, yellow is disappointment, pink is mother’s love and red means true love.

January Birth Flower – Carnation

February Birth Flower – Violet

Violet is February’s birth flower. Violets symbolise faithfulness, wisdom and hope. Violets convey the meaning that you will always be true.  Violets or Viola are part of the Violaceae family. There are many difference species of violets which can also be the colour white.

February Birth Flower – Violet

March Birth Flower – Daffodil

Daffodil is March’s birth flower. Means unequaled love. The Daffodil which belongs to the Amaryllis family is also known as Jonquil or Narcissuso blooms in white, yellow and orange. Ancient Romans cultivated daffodils and believed that sap they extracted from the flowers possessed healing properties. There are 26 to 60 different species of wild daffodils. As well as the flower of March, it is the symbol of 10th wedding anniversary. Daffodils announce the beginning of the spring and waking of nature.They are one of the rare plants that are able to successfully grow through snow.

A gift of daffodil flowers symbolises friendship and happiness.

March Birth Flower – Daffodil

Daffodil Flower People - March Birth Flower Gifts

April Birth Flower – Sweet Pea or Daisy

April’s birth flower is either a Daisy or Sweat Pea. The daisy symbolises innocence or youth, loyal love and purity. Sweet peas come in a range of lovely pastel colours and signifies blissful pleasure, but can also be used to say thank you and good-bye.

April Birth Flower - Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea or Daisy Flower People - April Birth Flower Gifts

May Birth Flower – Lily

The Lily or Lily of the Valley is May’s birth flower and signifies sweetness, humility, devotion and a return to happiness. “You’ve Made My Life Complete” is the hidden message connected to the flower. Lilies are the 30th anniversary flower while Lilies of the Valley are the 2nd wedding anniversary flower.

May Birth Flower-Lily

Lily Flower People - May Birth Flower Gifts

June Birth Flower – Rose or Honeysuckle

The Rose is Junes birth flower and means perfect happiness. Different colours represent different meanings. A red rose means “I really love you.” A white rose signifies innocence and purity, while a yellow rose conveys jealousy or a decrease in love. A bouquet of roses means sincere gratitude. The other June flower is honeysuckle, which is a strong symbol for the everlasting bonds of love.

June Birth Flower-Rose

Rose Flower People - June Birth Flower Gifts

July Birth Flower – Delphinium

Delphinium or larkspur is July’s Birth flower and symbolises strong bonds of love. A pink Delphinium means fickleness, white conveys a happy nature, and purple Delphinium normally represents a first love. Generally larkspur indicates strong bonds of love. The other July birth flower is the water lily and which signifies purity and majesty.

July Birth Flower-Delphinium

August Birth Flower – Gladiolus

Gladiolus is the August Birth flower. Gladiolus or or ‘sword lily’ represents remembrance, calm, integrity, and infatuation. The hidden meaning when given as a gift is ‘Love At First Sight’.

August Birth Flower-Gladiolus

September Birth Flower – Aster

The September Birth Flower is Aster which symbolises the power of love. The hidden message for this flower is “Take Care Of Yourself For Me”. Morning Glory is another flower for September meaning simple symbols of affection..

September Birth Flower-Aster

October Birth Flower – Marigold

The October Birth Flower is Marigold Calendula and symbolises sorrow or sympathy. Its hidden message is ‘My Thoughts Are With You’, associated with this flower.

October Birth Flower-Marigold

November Birth Flower – Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is the November Birth flower. A red chrysanthemum means I love you, a yellow means slighted love and a white chrysanthemum means innocence, purity, and pure love.

November Birth Flower-Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum Flower People - November Birth Flower Gifts

December Birth Flower – Narcissus or Poinsettia

The Narcissus or Poinsettia is the flower for December which symobilises ‘You’re The Only One’. The other December flower is holly, which symbolizes your wish for domestic happiness.

December Birth Flower-Poinsettia

Poinsetta Flower People - December Birth Flower Gifts