Flower Birth Month Video Photo Meaning January thru December
What is your Flower Birth Month?
Each month has a flower to symbolize their birth month. See information and meaning of your birth month flower. Watch the video for your Flower Birth Month beautiful flowers.
Flower Birth Month January:
Carnation= Motherly love.
Carnations and pink carnations in particular are said to represent the pure and undying motherly love. For this reason, carnations are often seen as the traditional flower to give on Mother’s Day.
Flower Birth Month February:
Iris, Violet = Inspiration.
The blue color of Japanese iris symbolizes blue blood. This is why iris flowers are used extensively in the Japanese spring festival for boys. Iris flowers were used in making perfumes, fragrances and as a medicinal herb too.
Flower Birth Month March:
Daffodil = chivalry.
The ancient Greeks believed the Daffodil flower (Narcissus flower) originated from the egotistical Greek god, Narcissus. He fell in love with his own image in a pool of water. He was so enamored that he fell into the water and drowned.
Daisy, Peonies =innocence and healing.
The flowers are used by children to make daisy chains or garlands. Daisy leaves are edible, hence are often used in salads. The flower itself can be used to make herbal tea and honey. Florists love to use lots of white and yellow daisies when making bridal bouquets.
Lilly= humility and devotion.
The most common way in which people evaluate flowers’ meanings are in their color. The white Lilly represents one’s desire for purity and virtue, and the pink Lilly expresses the yearning for wealth and prosperity. The African Lilly, bearing a lavender color, tells the recipient that someone secretly loves them. The yellow Lilly symbolizes thankfulness and the desire for enjoyment.
Flower Birth Month June:
Red roses convey deep emotions – be it love, longing or desire. Red Roses can also be used to convey respect, admiration or devotion. A deep red rose can be used to convey heartfelt regret and sorrow. The rose is one of the most photographed flower.
These flowers may also be used to repel pests such as lice, and are thought to have a curative effect on scorpion stings. The delphinium flower is said to represent big hardheartedness and the essence of divine qualities. They are also meant to symbolize levity, fun and a general sense of joy.
Dahlia, Gladiolus = strength of character.
Symbolizing hope for an everlasting union between two people, dahlia flower are presented to couples at engagement parties and weddings.
Aster, Forget-me-not = contentment, remember me forever.
A knight was said to be choosing some flowers for his sweetheart, who was walking with him, when he fell into the river, due to the weight of his armor; the knight is said to have thrown the blue flowers to his sweetheart on the river bank crying, “Forget-Me-Not”.
Marigold=desire for riches.
Marigolds have been used as love charms and incorporated into wedding garlands. Water made from marigolds was thought to induce psychic visions of fairies if rubbed on the eyelids. In some cultures, marigold flowers have been added to pillows to encourage prophetic or psychic dreams.
Flower Birth Month November:
Chrysanthemum = Light of hope in dark times.
In Japan, there’s even a “Festival of Happiness” to celebrate this flower each year.
A symbol of the sun, the Japanese consider the orderly unfolding of the chrysanthemum’s petals to represent perfection, and Confucius once suggested they be used as an object of meditation. It’s said that a single petal of this celebrated flower placed at the bottom of a wine glass will encourage a long and healthy life.
Poinsettia, Holly, Narcissus, Paperwhite = good cheer and success.
Also known as the Christmas flower, the poinsettias origin is legendary. It is believed it began as nothing other than a child who could not afford a gift to offer to Christ on Christmas Eve picked some weeds from the side of a road. The child was told that a humble gift, if given in love, would be acceptable in God’s eyes.