Birth Month Flowers

Like gemstones, each month has its own flower. When giving a birthday or anniversary present, think about that month and its flower – Not only will it symbolize the date, but you’ll also find fresh, beautiful, and in season buds.

  • January: Carnation
  • February: Iris and Violet
  • March: Daffodil
  • April: Daisy and Peonies
  • May: Lily and Lily of the Valley
  • June: Rose
  • July: Delphinium
  • August: Dahlia and Gladiolus
  • September: Aster and Forget-Me-Not
  • October: Marigold
  • November: Chrysanthemum
  • December: Poinsettia and Holly

Flowers have so many meanings behind them and represent a variety of things. Put some thought into what message you are trying to send to your recipient. For more information about flowers, meanings and colors, see our Facebook page!

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