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Flowers speak a language no other can even if you are not aware the why and what that went into the selection of each flowers or what it may convey. Every month has different birth month flowers and those of us who gift flowers for birth days can make the best of gifting the right flowers for the right months, if we are know anything about what the special meaning of the flowers convey each month.
In Britain during the Victorian era the language of flowers was much in use in courtship and dozens of dictionaries on "floriography" were published during that period. Suitors carefully studied these guidebooks to select appropriate bouquets to impress their lovers and sweethearts.


Daffodil Daffodil is the birth flower for March and is native to the Mediterranean, though it is cultivated all over the world. Its Latin name is narcissus, the name daffodil is a derivative of ‘affodell’ and a variant of asphodel.


Iris Just like birth stones flowers have special meanings assigned and associated to each month. There are knowledgeable florist who can model a bouquet with the choicest flowers with their special meanings, all bundled into a breath taking, beautiful bouquet.

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley The month of May is marked with Lily of the valley as its birth flower. In ancient times the flower was used in herbal medicines as a poison antidote. The specific name for lily of the valley is majalis which means ‘that which belongs to May’.


Chrysanthemum The chrysanthemum was named after the Greek words ‘chrysos’ and ‘anthos’ together meaning ‘gold flower’. This flower is also the national flower of Japan, symbolizing the Japanese Emperor. Chrysanthemums have been grown by the Chinese for over 2,000 years, and are the birth flower of November.


Aster The birth flower of September, Aster, means ’star’ in Greek and refers to the star shape of the flower head. It was believed that burning the leaves of aster would drive away evil. Flower meaning of Aster: symbol of love, daintiness, contentment, unpredictability.


Rose To the Greeks, the rose is a symbol of passion. It is believed that Aphrodite - the goddess of love, gave a rose to her son, Eros - the god of love.


Larkspur The larkspur is a variety of delphinium and is the birth flower of July. In ancient times, its blue color was used to keep witches away. Pink : fickle White : happy-go-lucky Purple : sweet disposition Flower meaning of Larkspur: infidelity, fickleness, open heart, beautiful spirit.


Gladiolus The Gladiolus is a member of the iris family with well over 200 hundred species and represents the month of August. Its name comes from the Latin word for sword - ‘gladius’, and the flower symbolizes remembrance and strength of character.


Narcissus Being the birth flower of December narcissus is a sweet smelling, bulbous white flower with long narrow leaves. In Greek, the word narcissus means ‘to numb’, as the scent of narcissus is said to induce headaches.

Calendula or Merigold

Calendula or Merigold The marigold or calendula is the birth flower of October. They are also called summer bride or husbandman’s dial, as they follow the path of the sun throughout the day. It is also known as garden holligold, bull’s eyes, Mary bud, marigold, goldbloom, and pot marigold.

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