Flowers According to Months

Every flower is different and every month has its own fragrance and touch. That is why every month has its own special flower that contains the zest of it. Here is all that you need to know about these special couples

January – Carnations

When the northern hemisphere is freezing, there is one flower that defies all odds and blooms even in the harsh weather. This breed of the flowers is Carnation. Since Carnations bud in the toughest of the times, they are known to symbolise Love.

February – Viola

February is the month dedicated to St. Valentine. Contrary to popular belief, this month isn’t dedicated to Red Roses but to the violet Violas. These flowers stand for faithfulness, humility and chastity. Gifting these says that the person will always be true.

March – Daffodils

March means the beginning of the Spring season after the tough Winter. The flowers that are perfect for this month are the Daffodils. Their bright hues are a symbol of friendship and happiness.

April – Sweet Peas

Sweet Peas with their soft colours are the flower of the month of April. Sweet Peas come in two colour tones as well and are often given when someone is parting. They also show gratefulness.

May – Lily of the valley

Not your general Lilies but the Lily of the Valley is the flower of the month May. This flower is for sweetness and humility. These are generally white in colour and look magical. During the Victorian era, they were given to say, “You have made my life complete”.

June – Rose

The poetic Roses are for the month of June. These come in various colours and they all have their special meaning but the underlying message of Roses is Love and Passion. They bring a smile on every face.

July – Larkspur

Larkspurs are simple flowers with open leaves and petals. Following their style, the month of June has been attributed to these as they stand for the speech of the open heart.

August – Gladiolus

August means that it is the time to buckle up and face the challenges. That is why this month is represented by Gladiolus as they stand for sincerity and strength.

September – Aster

The name of this flower is derived from a Greek word which means ‘Star’. These come in various colours including pink, red, white, lilac and mauve and stand for love, faith and wisdom.

October – Marigold

Marigold has been associated with October as this is the month where Hindus celebrate some of their most important festivals like Dussehra and Diwali. They are a part of all the religious activities.

November – Chrysanthemum

As Feng-shui dictates, Chrysanthemum brings laughter to every house that it visits. So, for the sweet November, the symbol of love and cheerfulness is the flowers of the month.

December – Narcissus

Narcissus is known for their healing power since the ancient times. That’s why it is the perfect flower to close a year.

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