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For more than 90 years, and four generations, the Gidas family has been providing Pittsburgh and its suburbs with the best in floral services. We have a reputation for excellence and guaranteed satisfaction. Our master designers are here to assist you in selecting just the right floral expression for your occasion. Come visit our open-air flower display. Touch, smell, feel, and create your own bouquet with over 20 varieties daily. We Provide Same-Day Delivery, City Wide and Suburbs, on Orders Placed by Noon. Call Gidas Flowers today, the best Pittsburgh flower shop!

Birth Flowers and Their Meanings

Birth Flowers and Their Meanings

21st Mar 2019

Looking to send the perfect gift for a special someone’s birthday? Make their big day one to remember with a flower arrangement that matches their birth month. We've got just the right floral gifts to make sure their birthday surprise is unique and oh-so special.

Rumor has it, the tradition of celebrating birth flowers originated long ago, when the Romans began commemorating birthdays by using certain, special flowers. Depending on the birth month, different flowers were given as gifts and used for celebration decorations.Today, you can keep the tradition alive by sending a meaningful arrangement that’s tailored your loved one’s birth month. Each seasonal flower symbolizes unique characteristics and qualities, so send a gift that’s original, special and extraordinary – just like they are.

carnation

January - Carnation

Also popular for St. Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Teacher’s Day and weddings, carnations are sweetly fragranced and feathery soft.

Meaning: Fascination, Distinction and Love.

violet

February - Violet

This birth flower’s presence in religious works of art often denotes spiritual wisdom and faithfulness. Though this flower’s name is also it’s typical color, you can also find violets in sky blue and soft yellow.

Meaning: Modesty, Faithfulness, Distinction and Virtue.

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March - Daffodil

Synonymous with spring, daffodils symbolize new beginnings and rebirth. They are also often given for tenth wedding anniversaries, and promise happiness and joy.

Meaning: Spring, Devotion, Rebirth.

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April - Daisy

April’s birth flower represents a forever-young attitude. Put some spring in their step with an arrangement that brings child-like joy.

Meaning: Innocence, Youth, and Blissful Pleasure.

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May - Lily of the Valley

These birth flowers boast a gentle and sweet fragrance, and traditionally denote humility.

Meaning: Happiness, Sweetness, Humbleness and Hope.

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June - Rose

Roses of all colors have many different meanings. Love, beauty, passion, perfection…visit our webpage on Flower Meanings for an in-depth look at the feelings and emotions that roses can signify.

Meaning: Love, Gratitude and Appreciation.

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July - Water Lily

These birth flowers are also known as “Queen of the Water,” and symbolize life, love and enlightenment.

Meaning: Joy, Sweetness and Laughter.

gladiolus-august

August - Gladiolus

Derived from the Latin word “gladius,” meaning sword, these flowers represent strength with grace.

Meaning: Moral Integrity, Sincerity and Generosity.

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September - Aster

These flowers symbolize both elegance and wild beauty, as they bring a punch of color to autumn-time landscapes.

Meaning: Daintiness, Love and Affection.

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October - Marigold

These flowers say “autumn” all over! Brilliant and richly colorful, marigolds represent warmth and grace.

Meaning: Joy, Modesty and Grace.

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November - Chrysanthemum

Depending on the color, Chrysanthemums can represent love, innocence, or unrequited desire. As a birthday gift, these flowers say simply: “Be happy!”

Meaning: Cheerfulness, Friendship and Abundance.

narcissus-december

December - Narcissus

Named after a character in Greek mythology, these flowers collectively send the message: “you are special” or “you are the only one.” Send that same message with this classic bloom that also symbolizes hope and good fortune.

Meaning: Self-Esteem, Hope and Good Wishes

Which is your birth flower? Does it reflect your personality traits? For the next birthday celebration in your life (whether yours or a loved one’s), remember birth flowers for truly original gifts and decorations.