Style Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing, and You Need to Know the Meaning Behind Yours ASAP

02:07  08 june  2018
02:07  08 june  2018 Source:   popsugar.com.au

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You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing , and You 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 .

January: Carnation and Snowdrop. Carnations' meaning can vary depending on its color, but in general they are representative of pure love and good luck. It's fun to gain insight into yourself based on your birthday .

a vase of flowers on a table© Getty / Karyn R. Millet It's fun to gain insight into yourself based on your birthday. Your zodiac sign can tell you everything from personality traits to how to decorate your home. But, if you want even more insight into your personality, you should check out your birth flower. 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.

January: Carnation and Snowdrop

a close up of a flower: January: Carnation and Snowdrop© Getty / Helaine Weide January: Carnation and Snowdrop

Carnations' meaning can vary depending on its colour, but in general they are representative of pure love and good luck. Snowdrops mean hope, rebirth, and purity — fitting for the first month of the year.

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Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing , and You Need to Know the Meaning Behind Yours ASAP .

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February: Primrose and Violet

a white flower on a plant: February: Primrose and Violet© Getty / DigiPub February: Primrose and Violet

In the Victorian era, primrose blossoms were thought to symbolize young love, bashfulness, and the feeling of not being able to live without someone. How romantic! Violets, on the other hand, represent innocence.

March: Daffodil

a close up of a flower: March: Daffodil© Getty / JohnnyMad March: Daffodil

Sunny and vibrant daffodils represent creativity, vitality, and inspiration.

April: Sweat Peas and Daisy

a vase filled with pink flowers: April: Sweat Peas and Daisy© Getty / fumie kobayashi April: Sweat Peas and Daisy

Sweat Peas have a meaning as exquisite as they are: delicate or blissful pleasure, thank you for a wonderful time, or even farewell. Daisies, erstwhile, symbolise youth, purity, and innocence.

May: Lily of the Valley

a close up of a flower: May: Lily of the Valley© Getty / Naomi Okunaka May: Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley is not only the birth flower for the month of May but it also blooms in May. It's said to represent luck in love, humility, purity, and happiness's return.

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Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing , and You Need to Know the Meaning Behind Yours ASAP . It's fun to gain insight into yourself based on your birthday . Your zodiac sign can tell you everything from personality traits to how to decorate your home.

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June: Rose

a close up of a flower: June: Rose© Getty / Isabel Pavia June: Rose

Roses, long used to signify love, can actually represent many nuanced types of love depending on their colour. Red, for example, means passion while yellow means friendship, and purple means love at first sight.

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Birth Flowers Are a Real Thing , and You Need to Know the Meaning Behind Yours ASAP .

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July: Larkspur and Water lily

a vase filled with purple flowers: July: Larkspur and Water lily© Getty / Cora Niele July: Larkspur and Water lily

Larkspur indicate intense romantic feelings and an open heart while water lily represents life and rebirth.

August: Poppy and Gladiolus

a close up of a flower: August: Poppy and Gladiolus© Getty / Jose A. Bernat Bacete August: Poppy and Gladiolus

Maybe it's because they contain the sedative opium, but poppies are known as a symbol of sleep, death, and peace. Gladiolus, conversely, represent strength, moral integrity, and infatuation.

September: Morning Glory and Aster

a close up of a flower: September: Morning Glory and Aster© Getty / borchee September: Morning Glory and Aster

Morning Glory has dual meanings: love or love in vain. The hardy vine is also said to represent mortality. Aster symbolises love and patience.

October: Marigolds

a close up of a flower: October: Marigolds© Getty / schnuddel October: Marigolds

Marigolds' colour reflect the intense warmth of the sun and, not surprisingly, represent passion and creativity. They've also been said to symbolise grief and sorrow.

November: Chrysanthemum

a close up of a flower garden: November: Chrysanthemum© Getty / dszc November: Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums represent friendship and cheer, which means you're probably a great pal if this is your birth flower. Say "you're a wonderful friend" with the flowers whose meaning is literally that: chrysanthemums. This festive flower has been said to represent friendship and cheerfulness. In short, a bouquet of mums is the perfect way to celebrate the nonromantic love you share with your best pal.

December: Paperwhite Narcissus and Holly

a vase of flowers on a table: December: Paperwhite Narcissus and Holly© Getty / Karyn R. Millet December: Paperwhite Narcissus and Holly

Paperwhite Narcissus, a cousin of the daffodil, represents modesty, faithfulness, and respect. Alternatively, Holly is also cited as December's flower and is said to signify luck, truth, and fertility.

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