The meaning of your birth flower
Every birth flower has a different meaning and, just like you, is unique in its own way. Carry your own personal story close by and choose the flower that is important to you.
Which flower suits you?
Every month comes with a birth flower necklace that you can always wear. Perhaps you choose the birth month of yourself, partner or child. Maybe you want to remember a certain event that fits a flower? Stay connected and choose the right flower for you.
January – Carnation
January actually has two birth flowers, namely a snowdrop and the carnation. Carnations come in different colors. The pink Carnation represents pride and courage and affection. The red Carnation is central to love and white to happiness. In general, the Carnation is central to charming, kindness and gratitude.
February – Iris
The iris is a striking brightly colored flower and represents faith (Faith), courage (Courage) and wisdom (spiritual wisdom). This flower also represents friendship.
March – Daffodil
A beautiful spring flower. When you see this flower you know that spring is coming. The daffodil represents new beginnings, self-confidence and vanity. Mostly generous and loving people.
April – Daisy
Loyal in love, pure and innocent. The pillars of the daisy. In addition, the daisy stands for fertility and motherhood.
May – Lily of the Valley
The lily of the valley smells very nice, bright and sweet. It is a delicate flower that represents purity, sweetness, modesty, sincerity and happiness.
June – Rose
The flower of flowers. An elegant flower with a wonderful scent. Were you born in June? Then you are a lucky type. The rose symbolizes sincerity, gratitude and passionate love.
July – Delphinium (Larkspur)
Positivity is central to this beautiful purple flower. You won't easily overlook this one. Elegant and stylish people with a big heart.
August – Gladiolus
The gladiolus is a flower with a long and strong stem. People born in August have a powerful personality, are strong and independent. The gladiolus also symbolizes honesty, generosity and eternal sleep.
September – Aster
Graceful flowers in different colors. The aster symbolizes affection, patience, strong love and bravery
October – Marigold
The golden yellow flower, also called calendula, belongs to you if you were born in October. It is a strong flower with a powerful color and stands for stubbornness, steadfastness, creativity and warmth.
November – Chrysanthemum
The chrysanthemum symbolizes eternal youth. In Japan and China they put the leaves of the chrysanthemum in their wine glass for a long life. Often “November people” are energetic people who enjoy life.
December – Poinsettia
How could it be different from the poinsettia. The poinsettia symbolizes hope and happiness and that is why it is often given as a gift during the holidays. Family is important to these people.