Pink carnations symbolize a mother's affection, dark red ones profound love, and white ones pure love.
Violets come in purple, yellow, blue, and cream colors. Violets symbolize modesty, humility, and loyalty.
Daffodils blossom early in spring, symbolizing rebirth and fresh beginnings. They're also regional. Wales and China think they bring riches.
A Scotsman found gerbera daises in South Africa in the late 1800s and brought them to Europe. They represent purity, love, and fresh beginnings.
May's birth flower is lily of the valley. Bell-shaped heads symbolize kindness, motherhood, and humility.
You may think red roses are the most romantic, but other hues have different meanings. Orange flowers symbolize passion, while pink ones express gratitude.
Larkspurs are beautiful yet toxic, making them harmful for gardens. July's natal flower represents happiness and devotion.
Today, the gladiolus symbolizes strength, integrity, and memory. However, Victorian romantics thought the blooms could penetrate hearts and cause infatuation.
Asters are called after "star" in Greek because of their star-like appearance. They symbolize love, wisdom, and trust, and Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh painted them.
Marigolds match October pumpkins with their striking orange hue. Mediterranean flowers symbolize boldness, passion, and creativity.
The single November birth flower, the chrysanthemum, was initially grown in 15th-century China. It represents pleasure, longevity, and loyalty.
December's official flower is the paperwhite narcissus. March's is yellow. Paperwhites are named for their paper-thin petals. Purity, faith, and respect.