We Love That There Are Flowers For Your Star Sign

Did you know that flowers have meanings for different months either you or your children were born, and horoscopes around this. I love matching up star signs to different colours and precious stones and flowers are now different.
My birthday is in March and as the first Spring month it’s apt that I am matched to a daffodil! I love yellow during the summer months as it really does brighten up our home. Around us some neighbours have planted some daffodils in the communal areas and that always makes me smile!

Symbolism of the Daffodil:
The daffodil is the national flower of Wales and is worn each St David’s Day on the 1st March. The daffodil is a traditional spring flower, symbolising rebirth and new beginnings.

What does this mean?:
The qualities of the daffodil perfectly represent any new babies born throughout March. Those born in March are traditional charismatic people who easily relate to others with their affectionate nature.

My daughters flower is the very christmassy Poisenetta. I love the meaning of this flower too! It’s unique to the time of year – use like her!

Symbolism of the Poinsetta:
Grown in the long winter nights the Poinsetta thrives in the colder months when the mornings are crisp. For this reason, the plant is often associated with the festive season and it fits in rather nicely symbolising cheerfulness and success.

What does this mean?:
The plant is a symbol of success and cheerfulness which truly represents those born in December.

I love the uniqueness of each month and flower. As a lover of all of the seasons and with both spring, summer and winter babies in the house it’s lovely to know how our personalities match up with the flowers blooming at the time.

I’d love to know which one you are!

 

Chelle

Manic Mama of 2, wife of shouty singer Gav, blog writer, stationery obsessive, bed jumper, Brighton based social media consultant and semi-pro writer

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