Birth Month Flowers and Their Meanings

What Is Your Birth Flower?

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What are the birth flowers of your loved ones? Listed below, we have birth flowers by month as well as the meaning and symbolism for each birth flower.

The Meaning of Flowers

Today, flowers remain a welcome substitute for words, enhancing each giver’s message with fragrance and beauty. 

Browse the links below to the individual birth month pages and be prepared to be your recipient’s new favorite person!

The Birth Month Flowers

The January birth flowers are the carnation and snowdrop. Learn more about January birth flowers

January birth flower, the carnation

The February birth flowers are the violet and primrose. Learn more on our February birth flowers page!

February birth flower, violet

The March birth flowers are the daffodil and the jonquil. Learn more on our March birth flower page

March birth flower, daffodil

The April birth flowers are the daisy and the sweet pea. Learn more on our April birth flower page! 

April birth flower, daisy

The May birth flowers are the lily of the valley and hawthorn. Learn more on our May birth flower page! 


The June birth flowers are the rose and the honeysuckle. Learn more on our June birth flower page! 

Rose, June Birth Flower, The Old Farmer's Almanac

The July birth flowers are the larkspur and the water lily. Learn more on our July birth flower page!  

July birth flower, the larkspur

The August birth flowers are the gladiolus and the poppy. Learn more on our August birth flower page!  


The September birth flowers are the aster and the morning glory. Learn more on our September birth flower page!


The October birth flowers are the marigold and cosmos. Learn more on our October birth flower page! 


The November birth flower is the chrysanthemum. Learn more on our November birth flower page! 

November birth flower, the chrysanthemum

The December birth flowers are the narcissus (paperwhite) and the holly. Learn more on our December birth flower page! 

Paperwhite, narcissus, December birth flower

To learn more about flowers and their meanings, visit our Flower Meanings page!

Did you know: Birthstones also have special meanings. Visit our Birthstones by Month page to see each month’s birthstone.  


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I want to know about begonias

I want to know about begonias, black eyed susans, cone flowers, chives, cosmos, daisies, lobelias, maple trees, marigolds, roses, shasta daisies, sunflowers, and tulips.

Flower Guide

Hi Emma, I’m not sure what you’d like to know, however, we have growing guides to many of these flowers. See our Flower Plant Guides here:

Flowers year round

I want a calendar please help me get one thank you

What about the Southern

What about the Southern Hemisphere flowers???

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i like that birthflowers and birthcolors,,.............perfect

Why is November the only

Why is November the only month with only one flower? All the other months have two.

We're just selecting the most

We're just selecting the most popular flower; there may be others if you Google around.

Thank you. I want to

Thank you. I want to decorate the front of the church each month and i thought a flower of the month would work. Thank you