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. 

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. 

February: Violet - Throughout history, they've also been associated with devotion and innocence.

March: Daffodil -
Another spring flower, daffodils symbolize new beginnings, joy, and a deep love that can't be duplicated. They also symbolize innocence and creativity.

April: Sweet pea -  This delicate flower can mean blissful pleasure, good wishes, kindness, and friendshi

May: Hawthorn -
Hawthorn delivers not only small flower petals, but also small berries. Known as signs of hope, the plant also signifies strength.

June: Rose - ound in several colors, the classic red is closely tied to passionate desire. Pink represents joy and admiration, while white stands for purity.

July: Larkspur -
Larkspur symbolizes a strong bond, grace, good intentions, and positivity. It can be found in a variety of tones, including pink, purple, white, and blue.

August: Gladiolus -
Growing tall with a huge variety of hues, gladiolus have since ancient times been a symbol of victory and healing.

September: Morning glory -
An emblem of undying love, morning glory has a strong meaning of affection. And as a flower that grows on a vast vine, so will your love.

October: Cosmos -
Blooming in colors of light pink to white, the dainty cosmos are a flower of order and balance. They're also tied to luck and peace.

November: Chrysanthemum -
Coming in a variety of colors, these hearty blooms symbolize joy and longevity. They also mirror loyalty, fortune, and friendship.

December: Poinsettia -
Another plant strongly associated with Christmas, the poinsettia was once a symbol of purity for the Aztecs. 

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