Birth month flower and their meaning

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Birth month flower and their meaning

Here are the birth flowers associated with each month, along with their meanings:

  1. January: Carnation – admiration, love, distinction Snowdrop – hope, purity
  2. February: Violet – modesty, faithfulness, virtue Primrose – young love, devotion, hope
  3. March: Daffodil – new beginnings, rebirth, happiness Jonquil – sympathy, desire, affection
  4. April: Sweet Pea – pleasure, goodbye, gratitude Daisy – innocence, purity, new beginnings
  5. May: Lily of the Valley – sweetness, humility, purity Hawthorn – hope, fertility, protection
  6. June: Rose – love, passion, gratitude Honeysuckle – happiness, devoted affection, generosity
  7. July: Larkspur – open heart, strong bonds of love Water Lily – purity of heart, enlightenment, rebirth
  8. August: Gladiolus – strength of character, honor, remembrance Poppy – imagination, peace, restful sleep
  9. September: Aster – love, patience, daintiness Morning Glory – affection, love, mortality
  10. October: Marigold – passion, creativity, warm and undying love Cosmos – peacefulness, modesty, love
  11. November: Chrysanthemum – friendship, loyalty, joy Peony – honor, compassion, happy life, romance
  12. December: Narcissus – self-love, self-esteem, renewal Holly – hope, enlightenment, optimism

It’s important to note that the meanings of birth flowers can vary depending on culture, tradition, and personal beliefs. However, birth flowers can be a unique and thoughtful way to celebrate someone’s birthday or other special occasions

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