The Birth Flowers

Do you know that every birth month has its birth flower/flowers and colours with specific meaning? Find out what is your birth month flower and what does it means!

Birth Month Flower
January Birth Flower(s): Carnation or Snowdrop
Colour(s): Red, Pink, White
Meanings: Affection, Deep Love, Distinction, Happiness, Fascination, and Lasting Fidelity
February Birth Flower(s): Violet or Iris
Colour(s): Violet, Purple
Meanings: Faithfulness, Purity, and Modesty
March Birth Flower(s): Daffodil or Jonquil
Colour(s): Yellow
Meanings: Affection, Cheerfulness, Desire, Grants Wishes, New Beginnings, Respect, and Sympathy.
April Birth Flower(s): Daisy or Sweet Pea
Colour(s): Pink or Purple
Meanings: Blissful, Curious, Delicate, Departure, Lasting Pleasures, Playful, and Tenacious
May Birth Flower(s): Lily, Lily of the Valley
Colour(s): White
Meanings: Complete Life, Humility, Return of Happiness, and Sweetness
June Birth Flower(s): Rose or Honeysuckle
Colour(s): Red, White, Pink, Yellow
Meanings: Happy, Friendship, Love, Strong, and Beautiful
July Birth Flower(s): Larkspur or Tulip or Water Lily, Delphinium
Colour(s): Pink, Purple
Meanings: Good Luck, Laughter, Levity, Lightness, and Open Heart
August Birth Flower(s): Gladiolus or Poppy, Dahlia
Colour(s): Various
Meanings: Beauty, Strength of Character, Love, Marriage, and Family
September Birth Flower(s): Aster or Morning Glory, Forget Me Not
Colour(s): Various, Pink, Purple
Meaning: Devotion, Daintiness, Filled with Light, Life and Joy, and Symbol of Love
October Birth Flower(s): Calendula or Marigold or Cosmos
Colour(s): Orange
Meaning: Contentment, Excellence, Loveliness, Good Luck, Grace, Gratitude, Joy, Love of Nature, Comfort, and True Love
November Birth Flower(s): Chrysanthemum
Meaning: Compassion, Cheerfulness, Friendship, Sensitivity, and Secret Love
December Birth Flower(s): Holly or Poinsettia or Narcissus or Orchid
Colour(s): White
Meaning: Reassurance, Celebration, Success, and Wealth