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Birthday Month Flowers

Subscribe Carnation January Birth Flower 0 / 12 (Dianthus caryophyllus) Very popular border plants, these flowers can be grown in mild winter areas, and they bloom in many different colors, including white, pink, red, orange, purple, and yellow. Junko Kimura/Getty Images Flowers for the Month You Were Born Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you? Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake. Skip ad in seconds Skip Ad
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Birthday Month Flowers

Subscribe Carnation January Birth Flower 0 / 12 (Dianthus caryophyllus) Very popular border plants, these flowers can be grown in mild winter areas, and they bloom in many different colors, including white, pink, red, orange, purple, and yellow. Junko Kimura/Getty Images Flowers for the Month You Were Born Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you? Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake.
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Birthday Month Flowers

Carnation January Birth Flower 0 / 12 (Dianthus caryophyllus) Very popular border plants, these flowers can be grown in mild winter areas, and they bloom in many different colors, including white, pink, red, orange, purple, and yellow. Junko Kimura/Getty Images Flowers for the Month You Were Born Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you? Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake.
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Birthday Month Flowers

Flowers for the Month You Were Born Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you? Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake.
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Birthday Month Flowers

Roses are red and violets are blue, but which flower symbolizes the birth month for you? Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake.
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Birthday Month Flowers

Each birth month comes with a host of symbolic connections. Two of the most popular are birth flowers and birthstones, which are supposed to symbolize the month of your birth and carry with them symbolic meaning. We are partial to flowers in the South, and we have heard that some Southerners even take to the yard to celebrate, gardening and replanting their birth flowers each year. To honor this tradition, we found each birth flower in The New Southern Living Garden Book, our go-to resource and unfailing guide for all things plant-related in the South, so that you can try your hand at planting the flowers that symbolize your birth month. When you see their blossoms bursting and blooming brightly in your garden, it will be just as sweet as a slice of birthday cake.
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Birthday Month Flowers

Enumerated below are flowers of the month and their special meanings which are associated with specific months. It would be a helpful guide for gifting flowers for someone’s birthday. The language of flowers was introduced to England in the early 18th century by Mary Wortley, Lady Montague, whose husband was Ambassador to Turkey.
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Birthday Month Flowers

In a cultural sense, flower characteristics such as appearance, color, and scent, have relevance as gifts. It is believed that it were the Romans who started celebrating birth and birthdays using flowers. Seasonal flowers were used not just for decoration, but also taken as gifts and therefore can probably be credited with the tradition of birth flowers. Some have been inspired by this tradition to create lists that associate a birthday flower with each of the days in a year.
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Flora the Roman Goddess of FlowersFlora was the Roman Goddess of flowers and her name continues to be used as a collective term for plant life and flowers. The festival of Flora, called the Floralia, was held in the month of April or early May and was marked with flowers. There were two temples dedicated to Flora in Rome, one was near the great Circus Maximus where chariot races were held and the other temple was on the slopes of the Quirinal Hill.
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Spicy-scented carnations, like ‘Cinnamon Red Hot’, are the birth flowers for January. Different colors convey different meanings. White carnations symbolize pure love, while yellow means “wish you were here” and pink says, “you’re unforgettable.” Snowdrops, which indicate hope and beauty, are also flowers for this month.
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January: In the north of the northern hemisphere, January is a cold and gloomy month, but in non-frozen areas, many flowers will bloom in the cool weather, and carnation is one of them. The flower associated with the month is Carnation and is said to symbolise love, fascination and distinction. Carnation, which is also commonly called Gillyflower, is found in a number of colors from pink to purple-red.
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March: This month is synonymous with the onset of spring (in the Northern Hemisphere). Accordingly, the flower associated with this month is Daffodil also known as Jonquil or Narcissus. The colours of the bloom include white, yellow and orange. A gift of these flowers conveys the hidden meaning of friendship and happiness.
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Merchant response:We are sorry to hear that you were not impressed with the necklace you received. Due to limited space in our catalogs, we are unable to showcase photos of each month, however we do provide them on our website. As this is handmade from actual flowers, there will be variation from flower to flower, even with the same birth month. We do not want you to feel stuck with an item you are not 100% satisfied with, so we are happy to send a pre-paid return label in order to return the item for a replacement (of the same item), exchange or refund. We have emailed you with instructions on how to proceed. Alternatively, you can contact us via phone at 888-365-0056 or email at help@uncommongoods.com. We look forward to hearing back from you.

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