Tuesday, January 29, 2008

What Is Your Birth Flower?

Birth Flowers

Every month of the year is represented by a particular flower. Some months have 2 or 3 flowers. Flowers have meanings according to historical tradition and folklore. To find your birth flower and it's meaning, locate the month of your birth below.

January- Carnation and Snowdrop. Carnations represents pride, affection, fidelity, beauty, and distinction. Snowdrops represents hope and consolation.

February- Violet and Iris. Violets represent faithfulness, chastity, and modesty. Iris represent valor and wisdom.

March- Daffodil. Daffodils represent friendship, domestic happiness, rebirth, and hope in love.

April- Daisy and Sweetpea. Daisies. represent innocence, youthful attitude, and childlike playfulness. Sweetpeas represent delicay, bliss, and pleasure.

May- Lily and Hawthorne. Lilies represent virtue, honor, humility, and chastity. Hawthornes represent hope.

June- Rose. Roses represent love, passion, and perfection.

July- Larkspur and Water Lily. Larkpurs represent openness, joy, and levity. Water Lilies represent purity of heart.

August- Gladioulus. Gladioli represent stregnth, courage, and sincerity.

September- Aster and Morning Glory. Asters represent faith, wisdom, and bravery. Morning Glorys represent love and affection.

October- Marigolds (Calendula). Marigolds represent grace and affection.

November- Chrysanthemum. Chrysanthemums represent friendship, perfection, longing for a secret love, and optimism.

December- Poinsettia, Holly, and Narcissi. Poinsettias represent good cheer and merriment. Holly represents foresight. Narcissi represent fidelity and constancy.