The January birth flower is the Carnation. The carnation, also known by the nickname ‘carn,’ has been cultivated for centuries for its ruffled blooms, favoured for its fragrance and hardiness.
The February flower is Violet. This is a low, herbaceous plant that comes in various shades of blue, mauve, yellow and cream as well as several species identified
The March flower is Daffodil. The daffodil, also known as Jonquil or Narcissus, is often recognized as a yellow flower but other colour varieties are white and orange.
The April flower is Sweet Pea. The fragrant pastel coloured flowers of this climbing garden plant make it popular. The sweet pea appears in a wide range of
The May flower is Lily of the Valley. This low growing perennial plant has small fragrant bell-shaped flowers and two large oblong lanceolate leaves and bloom in white
The June flower is the Rose. This flower and shrub of the Rosa genus are usually found in the Northern Hemisphere and are available in colours ranging from
The July flower is Larkspur. Native to the North Temperature Zone, Larkspur is a genus of ranunculaceous delphinium plants with bright flowers and spurred calyx and symbolizes feelings
The August flower is the Gladiolus. Glads, as they are often called, are native to tropical and South Africa and are any plant of the genus Gladiolus. The
The September flower is the Aster. This fall-blooming herb with daisy-like flowers is also called the September flower and is said to symbolize love, faith, wisdom and colour,