Do you know your birth flower or the birth flower of your family or friends? See our list of monthly birth flowers and learn the meanings behind them! It’s also a fun way to plan a garden or make a bouquet for someone special!
The Meaning of Flowers
Today, flowers remain a welcome substitute for words, enhancing the giver’s message with fragrance and beauty. Every flower has a meaning, and can convey certain emotions, thoughts, or moods to the recipient. Learn the Language of Flowers, and you can practically speak in code. How romantic!
Browse the links below to the individual birth month pages.
The Birth Month Flowers
January ~ Carnation & Snowdrop
January’s birth flowers are the carnation and the snowdrop. Learn more about the January birth flowers!
February ~ Violet & Primrose
March ~ Daffodil & Jonquil
April ~ Daisy & Sweet Pea
May ~ Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn
The May birth flowers are the lily of the valley and hawthorn. Learn more on our May birth flower page!
June ~ Rose & Honeysuckle
July ~ Larkspur & Water Lily
The July birth flowers are the larkspur (delphinium) and the water lily. Learn more on our July birth flower page!
August ~ Gladiolus & Poppy
September ~ Aster & Morning Glory
October ~ Marigold & Cosmos
November ~ Chrysanthemum
The November birth flower is the chrysanthemum. Learn more on our November birth flower page!
December ~ Narcissus & Holly
The December birth flowers are the narcissus (paperwhite) and the holly. Learn more on our December birth flower page!
To learn more about flowers and their meanings, see our article on the Language of Flowers!
Did you know that birthstones also have special meanings? Visit our Birthstones by Month page to see each month’s birthstone.
Do you think the flower for your birth month fits? Let us know in the comments!