March Birth Flower: Daffodil

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When it comes to knowing the birth flowers by month, you cannot ignore March. March is the last month of winter, offering promises of warmer weather and good times ahead. It is also home to St. Patrick’s Day and (sometimes) Easter.  The birth flower Daffodil helps to celebrate March births and the coming of spring … Read more

February Birth Flowers: Violet and Primrose

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February – the shortest month of the year and home to both Valentine’s Day and the infamous Leap Day. With so many unique qualities, February is a very special birth month.  Although one might expect the rose to be the official birth flower for February because of Valentine’s Day, February birthdays are celebrated with Violets … Read more

January Birth Flowers: Carnation and Snowdrop

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Even in the dark cold winter months or northern temperate climates, the lovely birth flowers for January, carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus) and snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis), provide a bright and cheery reminder of the new beginnings and opportunities for love and happiness in the new year. Beyond reminding us of the prospect of change and growth, these … Read more

Birth Month Flowers: Meanings and Symbolism

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Every month of the year has unique and interesting qualities. Nature shows us the hidden truths and beauties of an ever-changing world. These truths reflect not only the natural world but also the qualities of people born in each month.  Flowers that thrive and bloom in colder months must persevere despite harsh conditions, while summer … Read more