Zodiac Signs Have Been Replaced by Birth Flowers

January - Carnation

 Red and pink are the most popular colors for them because they represent strong emotions like love and adoration.

February - Violet

Violets are so hardy that they may bloom in the dead of winter. Violets were considered a token of sincerity throughout the Regency period.

March - Daffodil

Daffodils represent optimism in France. However, it's considered bad luck to send only one flower, therefore it's best to send a bouquet.

April - Daisy

The daisy represents love, beauty, and fertility in Norse mythology. A daisy given between friends symbolizes a trustworthy confidant.

May - Lily

The flower's light fragrance and delicate petals have long been a symbol of innocence and purity. 

June - Rose

Long-lasting love is represented by red, excitement and yearning by orange, and pleasure and companionship by yellow.

July - Larkspur

 It was used as a talisman against ghosts and magic in Victorian times, and it towered above other plants in bright colours of purple and blue.

August - Gladiolus

The Roman audience would throw gladiolus stems at the victor of a gladiatorial combat.

September - Aster

The aster was formerly used to honor fallen warriors but is now more usually associated with revolutionary ideals.

October - Marigold

Traditional Indian weddings aren't complete without a bouquet of marigolds to bring luck and prosperity to the couple.

November - Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums, according to Chinese folklore, help prevent aging and graying of the hair.

December - Narcissus

The paperwhite narcissus, a close relative of the daffodil, is a symbol of innocence and unrequited love.



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