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What Are Your Birth Month Flowers?

Are you looking for the perfect birthday flowers for a special someone? Birth month flowers are meaningful gifts that can bring cheer to anyone. They present a chance to show your thoughtfulness as different months carry varying intensities of seasons and emotions.

Every month has its mythical birth flower, and our floral designers have selected the top 12 blends for our specially curated collection. Here's a list of every birth flower to inspire the perfect flower arrangement and design for gifting your loved ones.

What Are Your Birth Month Flowers & What Does It Mean?

January: Carnation and Snowdrop

carnation flower

The January birth flower is the carnation, which symbolizes love, fascination, and distinction. Carnations come in varying colors, but the most popular are red and pink. This bloom is often associated with Mother's Day because it represents a mother's love.


Our passionate floral designers appreciate the delicate snowdrop for its ability to persevere and bloom in the coldest winter weather. The snowdrop is most commonly found in shades of white and symbolizes hope and purity.

February: Violet and Primrose

The violet is the February birth flower and shares its name with the Violette, one of the first recorded purple flowers. The color violet always stood out for Malaysian royalty and luxury throughout history. Its tolerance of unforgiving winters and unbending grace make it a symbol of faithfulness and humility.

Primrose is one of the first spring flowers and popularly represents young love. It blooms in winter and early spring, adding a touch of color to the bleakest months. Primrose comes in many colors, but the most popular are yellow and pink.

Violets as focal flowers with primrose as accents make such exquisite and compelling bouquets.


March: Daffodil and Jonquil

Daffodils are the birth flowers for March, and they symbolize new beginnings. Why, well, they rise from the mortal and dreary harsh winter weather to be one of the first spring blooms! No wonder they are also known as the "flower of love."

The daffodil comes in many colors, but the most common shades are yellow and white.

The jonquil is a type of daffodil with a small, fragrant cluster of flowers. It is sometimes called the "sweeter daffodil." The jonquil is most commonly found in shades of yellow and white.

Accenting focal daffodils with jonquils in a bouquet is such a pretty way to celebrate someone who arrived with spring.


April: Sweet Pea and Daisy

The sweet pea is our favorite focal April birth flower representing blissful pleasure. The delicate blossoms manifest in many colors, with the most common being pink and purple. 

This flower genus is also known for its lovely fragrance.

The daisy is such a cheerful blossom that it stands for innocence and loyal love. The daisy comes in many colors, but the most popular are white and yellow. Some of our floral designers opine that daisies best serve as accents in bouquets.

May: Lily of the Valley and Hawthorn

lily flower

The dainty and fragrant lily of the valley is the May birth flower, and it symbolizes sweetness and purity. This bell-shaped flower mostly blossoms in shades of white. Though it has a long, slender stem, it can't serve as the sole focal in a bouquet.

The hawthorn is a small tree or shrub that produces white or pink flowers. It grows mostly in the wild but also serves as a spectacular ornamental plant.

The hawthorn symbolizes hope and joy. Flower bouquet arrangement experts often need to use wires or complementing stems to give the hawthorn the support it needs to stand out.

June: Rose and Honeysuckle

No flower is as romantic as the rose, which explains why it's the June birth flower. The rose genus is quite diverse, and the color range is just as impressive. The most popular colors are red, pink, and white.

Roses are beautiful and smell nice, but their thorns can make them challenging flowers to handle. Our designers and flower delivery services take extra care when handling roses.

The honeysuckle is a climbing plant that produces small, fragrant flowers. It is most commonly found in shades of yellow and white. The honeysuckle symbolizes affection and devotion.

Honeysuckles make for lovely filler flowers and greens. They are also a few flowers that can climb without wires or other support.

Just imagine that bouquet of roses beautifully climbed by honeysuckles!

July: Larkspur and Waterlily

July's seasonal focal birth flowers are the Larkspur and waterlily. The Larkspur is also called the delphinium and symbolizes an open heart and strong bonds of love. This tall and slender blossom is most commonly found in shades of blue and purple.

July tests the skills of our floral designers because the Larkspur can be quite top-heavy. We often use wires or other types of support to keep this stately blossom standing tall in bouquets.

The waterlily is a type of aquatic plant that produces large, fragrant flowers. Florists mostly like growing the waterlily for its beautiful leaves, which come in many colors. Popular color inferences include white, pink, and yellow.

The waterlily symbolizes purity and beauty. This blossom is also associated with gracefulness.

August: Gladiolus and Poppy

gladious and poppy flower

The gladiolus symbolizes strength and character, which August babies tend to have in spades. This tall and slender blossom is a compelling focal choice, with common colors ranging in shades of red, pink, and white.

The poppy, an August birth flower, symbolizes imagination and eternal life. The poppy comes in many colors, and the most common are red, pink, and purple.

This brightly colored blossom is a great way to add a pop of color to any bouquet.

September: Aster and Morning Glory

The aster, our choice September birth flower, symbolizes patience and daintiness. Summer calls for utmost patience, and these flowers thrive in the heat. The aster flowers commonly bloom in shades of purple, blue, and pink.

This daisy-like blossom comes in many colors, but the most popular are pink, purple, and white. Asters make for captivating filler flowers.

The morning glory is a type of climbing plant that produces small, fragrant flowers, which mostly bloom in blue and purple shades. The morning glory symbolizes love and affection.

Morning glories make for lovely cascading elements in bouquets. As climbers, they also don't require wires or other support to stand out.

October: Marigold and Cosmos

 

Transitioning from summer to fall, we are still in full bloom with the marigold as our October birth flower. The marigold symbolizes the excitement and energy of a new season. Its most common colors are orange and yellow.

The marigold stem and build are quite sturdy, which is why this blossom often serves as a focal flower in bouquets and centerpieces.

The cosmos is a type of daisy that produces small, fragrant flowers. It's most commonly found in shades of pink and purple. The cosmos symbolizes peace and tranquility.

Cosmos make for lovely filler flowers in bouquets with marigold centerpieces.

November: Chrysanthemum and Dahlia

The chrysanthemum, our November birth flower, symbolizes optimism and joy. This long-lasting blossom comes in many colors, but the most popular are white, yellow, and pink.

Chrysanthemums make for lovely focal flowers and can also be used as greens. Their long stems make them ideal for cascading elements in bouquets.

The dahlia is a tuberous plant that produces large, fragrant flowers. The flowers commonly bloom in shades of pink and white. The dahlia symbolizes grace and elegance.

Dahlias make for stunning compliments to the chrysanthemum focal flowers in bouquets. Their large size and color variations make them ideal for centerpieces.

December: Narcissus and Holly

This December birth flower was named after a handsome young lad who got infatuated with his reflection and turned into a flower. The narcissus symbolizes conceit and self-love. Its most common colors are white and yellow.

Narcissi make for dainty filler flowers in bouquets. They can also be used as greens.

The holly is an evergreen plant that produces small, fragrant flowers, most commonly in shades of green and white. The holly symbolizes good luck and happiness.

Hollies make for lovely cascading elements in bouquets. As evergreens, they also add a touch of festive cheer to holiday arrangements.

Final Thoughts of Birth Month Flowers

At Pure Seed, we believe the best birthday flower gift should be thoughtful to the recipient. Choosing the perfect blend of birth month flowers is a great way to show how much you care.

Whether you're looking for a birthday flower bouquet or centerpiece, we hope this guide has helped you make your decision. Pure Seed is always here to help you choose the perfect gift for your loved ones. Contact us today for same-day flower deliveries.