Did you know every birth month has its own flower? Each of those flowers has its own dedicated meaning, as well. It’s believed that the Romans began this tradition, and the Victorian era also brought floriography, the language of flowers. Charming ruffled petals and a wide array of colors have made the January birth flower: carnation, popular all over the world. Known for its delicate powdery fragrance and long-lasting bloom life, carnations symbolize genuine affection, admiration, true love, purity and devotion.
Cheerful, Colorful Carnation Bouquets
GiftTree’s fresh flower bouquets are never delivered in the box, leaving the recipient to find a vase, trim and arrange the bouquet themselves. Our expert florists are located all over the country, arranging bouquets in glass vases and delivering them in perfect condition.
Want to know the other months’ birth flowers and their meaning? Here’s a quick guide to glance at! Check back on GiftTree’s blog every first Monday of the month over the next year. We’ll be featuring that month’s birth flower as well as showing you our beautiful bouquets that feature the flower.
|January||Carnation||Devoted Love, True Friendship|
|May||Lily of the Valley||Hope, humility and sweetness|
|June||Rose||Love, devotion, passion, desire|
|July||Larkspur||Affection, Laughter, Lightheartedness|
|August||Gladiolus||Moral Integrity, Generosity|
|September||Aster||Daintiness, elegance, love, magic|
|October||Calendula||Gracefulness and Joy|
|November||Chrysanthemum||Cheerfulness, Friendship, Abundance|
|December||Holly||Good Wishes, Glad Tidings|