We recently shared with you details of your Birth Stone and today, we are taking a look at the stories behind our Birth Flower.
Each month is represented by a different flower and the meaning can be directly applied to our life. It is a great way to garner additional insights into who you are, and what to learn.
Birth Flower Chart
As you can see by the infographic above from Country Living, the various flowers have special stories to tell. January, for example, is represented by the Carnation. The Pink Carnation is the most powerful and symbolizes a Mother’s, undying love.
At the end of the year, December, Poinsettia represents good cheer, success, and celebration. Holly represents luck, fertility, and truth.