The Secret Meaning Behind Your Birth Flower
You've got strong preferences as to which flower you want on your birthday (pale pink peonies, please and thanks). But do you know what your actual birth flower is? And its symbolism? Here, a handy lil’ guide to what your birth month says about your personality...according to the secret language of flowers.
January babies are colorful, charming and hungry for life’s adventures. These frilly blooms symbolize fascination, as well as distinction of character.
February babies are the most steadfast and reliable of companions. These modest purple pretties exemplify loyalty and faithfulness to loved ones.
March babies are endlessly generous and affectionate. These sunny-hued, early spring blooms stand for boundless, abundant love.
April: Sweet Pea
April babies are masters of regeneration, and tackling change with grace. These fragrant, fluffy blooms symbolize the beauty in saying goodbye and embracing new chapters.
May: Lily Of the Valley
May babies are especially grounded and down-to-earth. These delicate, unpretentious wildflowers symbolize sweetness and humility.
June babies are a lucky lot, and boy do they know it and show it. The classic rose is a universal symbol of sincere, unwavering gratitude.
July: Water Lily
July babies live by a “simple is best” philosophy. These water-dwelling stunners symbolize the power of purity (as well as a majestic presence).
August babies don’t just dream big; they live big, too. These punchy-hued, ethereal flowers represent an appreciation of pleasure and the power of the imagination.
September: Morning Glory
September babies wear their hearts on their sleeves. This climbing, trumpet-like bloom stands for bestowing affection generously.
October babies are the preeminent pacifists of the calendar year. These whimsical, jewel-toned beauties symbolize complete peace and serenity.
November babies have boundless energy and lust for life. These hardy, happy fall plants symbolize youth and longevity.
December babies share a family-first mentality. These quintessential winter berries are a universal symbol of domestic happiness.