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Find Out Your Birth Month Flower (and the Meaning Behind It)

Find Out Your BirthMonth Flower (and theMeaning Behind It) Just like birthstones, each month has its ownflower with a different meaning behind it. January’s flower is the carnation, whichsymbolizes love but may also have othermeanings depending on the color. February’s flower, the violet, standsfor faithfulness and loyalty. March’s flower is the daffodil, whichrepresents beginnings or renewal. April’s flower, the daisy, isassociated with youth and purity. May’s flower, the lily of thevalley, symbolizes motherhood. June’s flower is the rose, which, like thecarnation, represents love but may haveother meanings depending on color. July’s flower, the larkspur, is associatedwith gracefulness and positiveness. August’s flower, the gladiolus, standsfor integrity and persistence. September’s flower is the aster, whichrepresents daintiness and patience. October’s flower, the marigold,symbolizes passion and creativity. November’s flower, the chrysanthemum, isassociated with friendship and longevity. December’s flower is thenarcissus, representing hope.

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