Do you know your birth month flowers
Roman origins: Birth month flowers originated in ancient Rome when people first began celebrating birthdays.
Language of flowers: The language of flowers, or floriography, is a cryptological communication through the use or arrangement of flowers
Further popularity: With each flower imbued with a secret meaning, floriography became super popular in the early 18th-century Great Britain.
Secrets meanings: Gifts of blooms and specific floral arrangements were used to send coded messages to the recipient.
Birth month flowers: And to this day, flowers remain a welcome substitute for words. Now, let's move on to discussing the birth month flowers.
January Carnation: Often referred to as a "flower to the gods," carnations are a symbol of love, loyalty, and perseverance.
January Snowdrop: Snowdrops, with their bright, white hue, symbolize innocence, purity, and hope.
February Violet: Violets come in a variety of purple hues and symbolize loyalty and faithfulness.
February Primrose: Often one of the first blooming flowers of spring, primrose is largely associated with youth, renewal, and optimism.
March Jonquil: As spring arrives, so do these beauts, reminding us of rebirth and hope after a long winter.