The Birth Month Flowers
- January ~ Carnation & Snowdrop.
- February ~ Violet & Primrose.
- March ~ Daffodil & Jonquil.
- April ~ Daisy & Sweet Pea.
- May ~ Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn.
- June ~ Rose & Honeysuckle.
- July ~ Larkspur & Water Lily.
- August ~ Gladiolus & Poppy.
Herein, what are the birthstones and flowers for each month?
Birthstones & Flowers
|January||Garnet||Carnation or Snowdrop|
|February||Amethyst||Violet, Iris or Primrose|
|March||Aquamarine||Daffodil or Jonquil|
|April||Diamond||Daisy or Sweet Pea|
Furthermore, what are the flowers for each month?
What’s Your Birth Month Flower?
- February: Iris and Violet. February birthdays are represented by violets or irises, flowers that suggest loyalty and faithfulness. …
- March: Daffodil. …
- April: Daisy and Sweet Pea. …
- June: Rose. …
- July: Larkspur and Waterlily. …
- August: Glads. …
- September: Aster. …
- October: Marigold.
What is April’s birth flower?
Birthstones by time frame
|Month||15th–20th century||U.S. (1912)|
|October||opal, aquamarine||opal, tourmaline|
|December||bloodstone, ruby||turquoise, lapis lazuli|
Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing, and You Need to Know the Meaning Behind Yours ASAP. … Each month has one — sometimes two — birth flowers designated, and we’ve translated the language of flowers to reveal what your month’s blossom means. Related: Each Birth Month Has a Different Color and Meaning — See What Yours Is!
MEANINGS OF HERBS, FLOWERS, AND OTHER PLANTS
|Symbolic Meanings of Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants|
|– Red carnation||My Heart Aches, admiration|
The violet is a symbol of love and fertility while the iris shares its name with the messenger of the Gods and Greek goddess of the rainbow, Iris. … Most violets thrive in shade and moist soil. There are many varieties with purple, blue, white, cream, yellow or a combination of colored flowers.
August babies have another birthday flower – the poppies. … The red ones, for example, are also a symbol of happiness, while yellow poppies mean prosperity. White poppy flowers, as with other white blooms, symbolize consolation and sympathy. There are also purple poppies, which represent enchantment.