Birth Flowers

The term “The Language of Flowers” appeared during the Victorian Era. But the subject existed for centuries in the custom of Oriental nations. The Jews used the flowers as symbols in the Bible. In the Middle Ages, the poets devoted their best writings to these creatures of nature. Eventually, the term a “birth flower” has become our custom on a par with the word “Birthstones.”

Each of us is special thanks to the variety of symbols and signs. Each man, in turn, was born under a particular sign of the Zodiac. As a result, he lives under the influence of the planets and constellations. We believe that an individual flower fits a person according to the date of birth. Each flower, furthermore, is capable of causing the mood or emotion.

If to dig deeper into the history of flowers, we could discover thousands of myths and legends on the subject. Each flower thereby correlates with the event or a person as well as with some curious case. As a result, some flowers played the vital role in the history of our ancestors, while others were a subject of misunderstanding. The ancient healers also applied various healing and medicinal properties to the flowers. So, we believe that it’s essential to study at least a bit of information about your favorite flower before you make a present to you below or order a bouquet for a birthday.

Below, there is a current list of flowers by month. Please, choose your favorite flower to learn more about its history, mythology, healing and magical properties, as well as the legends that embrace its subject.

Carnation

January — Carnation

Violet

February — Violet

 Narcissus

March — Narcissus

Daisy

April — Daisy

Lily of the Valley

May — Lily of the Valley

Rose

June — Rose

Delphinium

July — Delphinium

Gladiolus

August — Gladiolus

Aster

September — Aster

Calendula

October — Calendula

Chrysanthemum

November — Chrysanthemum

Holly

December – Holly

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