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Whats your Birth Flowers – Presented by Avas Flowers

on September 26, 2013

Each month the year has a birth flower associated with it. Avas Flowers presents you with a list of those flowers along with a brief description of their symbolism.

January
The Snowdrop is this month’s flower. It is generally accepted to mean purity, love and fascination.

February
Primrose is February’s flower, symbolizing modesty, virtue and distinction.

March
Meaning rebirth, vanity and unrequited love this month’s flower is the Daffodil.

April
Daisies and Peonies are the birth flowers for this month. The accepted meaning for these flowers are loyal love, innocence, gratitude and healing.

May
May brings us Hawthorn and Lilies of the Valley symbolizing humility, happiness and sweetness.

June
The rose and the Honeysuckle are this months flowers expressing love, gratitude and appreciation.

July
This month bring the Water Lily and Delphinium. These symbolize sweetness, joyfulness and fickleness.

August
Poppies and Gladiolus are the flowers of August. They represent moral integrity.

September
Morning Glories and Asters are this months flowers. Symbolizing magic, love and daintiness.

October
October brings us Marigolds and Calendulas which represent grief and grace.

November
The Chrysanthemum is Novembers flower, their meaning is cheerfulness, friendship and abundance.

December
The last month of the year’s flowers are Holly and Narcissus, symbolizing sweetness and self-esteem.

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