If you are searching for a somewhat prettier substitute to the birthstone, you should be looking at Birth Flowers. A birth flower is associated with the birth month. Much like birthstones, it also helps in predicting something about the personality of a person.
Overall, birth flower makes up for beautiful, unique, and personal gift to give to someone whose birthday is approaching – it will certainly make his/her birthday more special. So, let’s take a look at some “floral zodiacs.”
January – Carnation
It symbolizes love, affection, distinction, and fascination. It comes in an array of vibrant shades, for instance, pink shade is for affection, white for purity, and red for deep and passionate love. Carnation represents a down-to-earth, loyal, and genuine personality.
February – Violet
There is a perception that rose is the flower of February (due to Valentine’s Day), however, violet is the birth flower of this month. It signifies loyalty and faithfulness. And also represents wisdom and hope. It predicts an extremely loyal personality and also that a person is a bit of a dreamer.
March – Daffodil
Even though March is not officially the start of the spring season, Daffodils have become widely associated with spring and rebirth. This means that people who are born in March can easily adapt to new situations. Daffodil represents a creativity, and life of peace and happiness.
April – Daisy
As the name Daisy suggests something sweet and innocent, people born in April are pure and decent. Daisy is not only a symbol of purity and innocence but secrecy as well. This birth flower of April represents a happy-go-lucky personality, someone who just cheers everyone up.
May – Lily of the Valley
It is believed that it is the return of happiness when the lily of the valley blooms. In the past and even present, people gift lily of the valley during times of celebrations and happiness. That explains why May babies have happy and sweetest personalities.