This calendar features the flowers of the months. Flowers have a language of their own. Every sentiment is expressed in one form or another by the delicate blooms. Of course, even the experts disagree on the true meaning of many flowers and most have different meanings to different people. While all flowers convey thoughtfulness and love, here are some of the more traditional flower meanings.
- January: Carnation which can mean I'll never forget you, fascination, sorry I can't be with you, sweet and lovely, innocence or true love.
- February: Violet meaning let's take a chance, faithfulness, I'll always be true, or there is sunshine in your smile.
- March: Daffodil which can mean regards, unrequited love, you're the only one or the sun is always shining when I'm with you.
- April: Daisy one of the most liked flowers can mean innocence, loyal love, I'll never tell or purity.
- May: Lily of the Valley could mean sweetness, tears of the Virgin Mary, return to happiness, humility or you've made my life complete.
- June: The Rose regardless of the color always means love. Pink roses mean happiness, red roses say "I Love You", white roses stand for innocence and purity, and rosebuds mean pure and lovely.
- July: The Larkspur represents fickleness.
- August: The Poppy means pleasure, wealth, success, imagination or eternal sleep.
- September: Asters are a symbol of love and daintiness.
- October: The blooms of the Cosmos represent cheerfulness and admiration.
- November: Chrysanthemums mean rest,t ruth, slighted love or you're a wonderful friend.
- December: A Narcissus represents egotism, formality or stay as sweet as you are.
If you were to ask a dozen people what a particular flower represented you would most likely get a dozen different answers. But always remember that a gift of flowers for a special someone will certainly create its own personal meaning and a cherished memory.
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