Most people are familiar with their astrological sign, determined by their birthday. However, did you know that there is a flower associated with each month of birth? Unlike the astrological sign, the birth flower is determined by the month of birth. If you're interested in discovering your birth flower and the revelations it can reveal about your personality, read this article!
The New Year begins with the carnation, a flower with a variety of meanings depending on its different hues. Among them, pink stands out as a powerful symbol of pride, courage, love and friendship. People born in January are often described as charming and daring, a characteristic that finds astonishing resonance in the fascination and uniqueness that the carnation embodies.
Were you born in February? If so, your birth flower is the iris. This elegant flower embodies values such as faith, courage and wisdom. It is also frequently associated with wisdom and friendship.
Fun fact: Did you know that Iris is Greek for rainbow?
Goodbye winter, hello spring! If you were born in March, your birth flower is the daffodil. This bright, invigorating spring flower embodies new beginnings, self-confidence and unconditional love. It also symbolizes vanity. People born in March are often perceived by those around them as generous and affectionate.
Attention! If you offer daffodils in a bouquet, it means happiness, but if you offer just one, it will bring bad luck.
Si votre naissance a eu lieu en avril, alors votre fleur de naissance est la marguerite. Les individus nés en ce mois sont souvent décrits comme étant doux et enclins au changement. Ainsi, cette fleur aux teintes variées incarne le symbole de l'innocence, de la jeunesse et de la pureté.
Fun fact: It is said that the white daisy protects against lightning strikes. Do you believe this?
The delicate bells of the lily of the valley, silent but giving off an enchanting fragrance, carry within them the symbolism of happiness. This flower is an ideal choice for wishing someone good luck.
Fun fact: Did you know that in France it is tradition to give a bouquet with Lily of the valley as a gift on May 1st? Although this tradition has now become more associated with Labor Day, its origins date back to 1561 when King Charles IX was presented with a bouquet and decided to make the same gesture to all the ladies at his court on May 1 each year.
The rose, that royal among flowers! If you were born in June, you're in luck. Graceful and refined, this magnificent flower is renowned for its palette of colors and bewitching fragrance. It also has the distinction of being one of the richest in symbolism. Each hue and number of roses has its own meaning. Roses evoke sincerity, gratitude and, of course, a passionate declaration of love!
Those born in July appreciate simplicity and are renowned for their positive attitude. The delicate Delphinium, also known as larkspur, takes its name from the Latin word for "dolphin", due to its animal-like shape. Carrying positive symbolism, this elegant flower embodies truth and protection, while evoking vitality, joy, warm generosity and strong bonds of love.
Stand tall and dream big... that's how people born in August are. And what better flower to symbolise that than the gladiolus! With her long and strong stems she is the flower of August. She symbolises strength of character, honesty, generosity and eternal sleep.
Did you know that... The gladiolus became the symbol for the soldiers who died in the First World War.
If you were born in September, the aster is your birth flower. People born in September are often known for their outgoing disposition. The aster illustrates autumn cheerfulness and a happy old age. It could be a charming surprise for your grandmother!
Marigold, also known as calendula, evokes values such as modesty, prosperity, creativity and eternal love. However, this flower also carries connotations of sadness and distress, as it is associated with funeral ceremonies in many parts of the world.
Did you know that... People used to think that when you put dried marigolds in a pillow you got strong prophetic dreams.
If you were born in November, chrysanthemums are your flower of choice. People born in this month are often endowed with vibrant energy and an appetite for life. As such, this bright flower is the perfect embodiment of perpetual youth.
Did you know that... The chrysanthemum (also called Kiku in Japanese) is the emblem of the royal family of Japan and the national symbol of the country. In addition, the chrysanthemum is revered in all Asian countries and is a symbol of happiness and health.
This plant is a real eye-catcher and certainly one of the favorite gifts for the holidays. So if you were born in December, the poinsettia is your birth flower (well.. birth plant) It is said that people born in December think family is the most important thing.
Did you know that... The poinsettia is originally from Mexico and can be up to 4 to 5 meters high!
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