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Just as each month has its own gemstone/birthstones, did you know that each month also has its own traditional birth flower appropriate for the month and season. Take a look at a complete list of Birth Flowers and each month they represent.
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Flower symbolism is common in many cultures, and can be complex. In China, certain flowers symbolize seasons: white plum blossoms represent winter, peach and cherry blossoms represent spring, lotus represents summer, and chrysanthemums the fall.

Belcher, Betty (1993). Creative flower arranging: floral design for home and flower show. Timber Press. pp. 16–17. ISBN 978-0-88192-247-9.
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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.

January Flower is Carnation and Snowdrops:
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February Flower is Violet & Primrose:
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March Flower is Daffodil, Jonquil: 
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April Flowers are Daisy, & Sweet Pea:  
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May Flowers are Lily of the Valley, Hawthorn:  
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June Flowers are Rose, Honeysuckle
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Each month has a flower that symbolizes the month of somebody's birth. Every month has a flower that is sometimes referred to as a Birth Month Flower. Not to be confused with your birth "DATE" flower.

Flowers by month is a term describing flowers related to a recipient's birth month, and in general flowers associated with particular months of the year. It is one of a class of specialized categorizations offered by florists.

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.[citation needed] 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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July Flowers are Larkspur, Water Lily
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August Flowers are Gladiolas, Poppy:  
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September Flowers Aster, Morning Glory
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October Flowers Calendula, Cosmos:
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November Flower Chrysanthemum:  
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December Flower Narcissus, Holly: 
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British List
January - Carnation - love, pride, beauty, purity, distinction, and fascination, loyal
February - Violet - faithfulness, wisdom and hope
March - Daffodil - rebirth, respect, regard and unrequited love
April - Sweet - Pea modesty and simplicity
May - Lily of the Valley - humility, chastity, and sweetness
June - Rose - love and appreciation, while other meanings depends on each color
July - Larkspur - levity and lightness
August - Poppy - remembrance
September - Aster / Forget-me-not  - patience, daintiness and remembrance
October - Marigold/Hops - Calendula winning grace
November - Chrysanthemum - compassion, friendship, and secret love
December - Narcissus - the sweetness of whoever receives it​
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