Carnations and snowdrops are associated with January babies. Carnations typically symbolize love, beauty and fascination,

while snowdrops are thought to signify hope and beauty.February
February flowers include the violet and the primrose. Violets represent faithfulness and loyalty, while primroses symbolize virtue or young love.March
Daffodils and jonquils are associated with the third month of the year. They represent devotion, sympathy and new beginnings.

Daisies and sweet peas are the flowers designated for April. They represent innocence and youth,

suggesting that the recipient is forever-young, but can also symbolize departure.

The fifth month of the year is represented by lily of the valley and hawthorn.
Lily of the valley represents sweetness and humility, while hawthorn suggests hope and extreme happiness.June
Roses and honeysuckles represent June, both of which stand for serious displays of love.


Larkspur and water lilies represent the seventh month, conveying laughter, purity of heart and loving bonds.August
August is represented by gladiolus or poppy, suggesting strength of character, generosity, imagination and integrity.September
Aster and morning glory represent the first month of fall, symbolizing love, affection, elegance and daintiness.

Marigolds and cosmos both represent warmth, joy, modesty and serenity.

November is associated with chrysanthemums. They symbolize cheerfulness, friendship, abundance and wealth!

Narcissus or holly typically represents December, but sometimes poinsettias are used too.

They represent good wishes, cheer and merriment!