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January's Birthday Flowers

What's Your Winter Birth Flower All About?

January's Birth Flower: Carnation

Meet one of the longest-lasting blooms in the bunch! With mentions of this popular flower in Greek literature up to two centuries ago, the carnation is one of the oldest to ever bloom and a well-known symbol of joy.

January's Birthstone

What's Your Winter Birth Flower All About?

February's Birth Flower: the Violet

February's birth bloom represents truth, faithfulness and affection. Long-believed to be the flower of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, this sweet-smelling blossom is also a classic symbol of modesty – hence the expression "shrinking violet."

January's Birthstone

What's Your Winter Birth Flower All About?

March's Birth Flower: the Daffodil

If you were born in this transitional month, your bright yellow birth flower is a classic symbol of spring, sunshine, friendship, hope and joy. These delicate blooms once decorated the tombs of ancient Egypt and the frescoed walls at Pompeii.