What Flower Symbolizes Birth?

US style

JanuaryCarnation/Snowdropfascination, distinction, love
FebruaryPrimrosemodesty, distinction, virtue
MarchDaffodilspring, rebirth, domestic happiness, vanity
AprilSweet peagood-bye, or blissful pleasure

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What is your flower by birth?

Find Your Baby’s Birth Month Flower

Birth MonthBirth FlowerFlower Color
MarchDaffodil or JonquilWhite or Light Blue
AprilDaisy or Sweet PeaYellow, Red and Colorless
MayLily of the Valley or HawthornYellow, Red and Green
JuneRose or HoneysuckleLight Blue, White and Cream

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What is the birth flower for each month?

Birth MonthBirth FlowerFlower Color
JuneRose or HoneysuckleLight Blue, White and Cream
JulyLarkspur or Water LilyGreen, Russet and Red
AugustGladiolas or PoppyOrange, Red and Light Green
SeptemberAster or Morning GloryBrown, Deep Blue

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What flower symbolizes new beginnings?

Daffodil symbolizes regard and chivalry. It is indicative of rebirth, new beginnings and eternal life. It also symbolizes unrequited love.

What do certain flowers symbolize?

History of Flower Meanings

Nearly every sentiment imaginable can be expressed with flowers. The orange blossom, for instance, means chastity, purity, and loveliness, while the red chrysanthemum means “I love you.” Learning the special symbolism of flowers became a popular pastime during the 1800s.