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Do You Know What Your Birth Flower Is?

Updated on February 6, 2015

You may be surprised what your birth flower is.

Most people don't know what their birth flower is but below are the 12 months and their flowers with a video showing pictures of each month. When you send your friend or significant other a bouquet for their birthday you'll know what type to send them, whether its real flowers or silk flowers you can't go wrong by getting them the ones that correspond to their birth month. Take note of these months and their birth flowers so your next gift of thought has more meaning than ever before.

See Your Birth Flower On This Video

Birth Flowers By Month

January: Carnation and Snowdrop

February: Iris and Violet

March: Jonquil and Daffodil

April: Daisy and Sweet pea

May: Hawthorn and Lily Of The valley

June: Honeysuckle and Rose

July: Larkspur, Tulip and Water Lily

August: Gladiolus and Poppy

September: Aster and Morning Glory

October: Calendula, Marigold and Cosmos

November: Chrysanthemum

December: Holly, Orchid, Narcissus and Poinsettia

Birth flowers are great for that special day
Birth flowers are great for that special day

Birth Flowers and Home Décor

These can also be used to change your décor to match the seasons and will let you change out your florals in your favorite vase. If your looking to use silk flowers you can use a product called craft water. Craft water is a clear gel like liquid that doesn't set up hard like typical acrylic water and is re-usable so you can change out your artificial florals as you desire. Craft water can be purchased at many craft stores along with some quality silk flowers and arrangements. So next time you would like to send flowers for someones birthday or would just like to change your décor for the season remember these flowers or add this page to your favorites and you will always remember the meaning. You can check out some of my other hubs regarding decorating your home with silk plants and flowers if you need a little inspiration.

What is Your Birth Flower? Not many people know that june is the rose and not february which is Valentine's Day. Roses have been a symbol of love for hundreds of years and continue to be the most popular flower.
What is Your Birth Flower? Not many people know that june is the rose and not february which is Valentine's Day. Roses have been a symbol of love for hundreds of years and continue to be the most popular flower. | Source

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