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Birth Flowers

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In addition to having a birth stone, you also have a birth flower. Here is a rundown on the plants that produce the birth flower for each month of the year.

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February: Iris

February: Iris

Irises are used in aromatherapy and for making gin.

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January: Carnation

January: Carnation

Carnation, the birth flower for people born in January, is one of the oldest flowers used in cultivation.

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December - Paperwhites

December - Paperwhites

Paperwhites are daffodils and they really are the perfect December flower.

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November: Chrysanthemum

November: Chrysanthemum

The rich colors of the fall landscape would be incomplete without garden mums.

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October - Pot Marigold

October - Pot Marigold

Pot marigolds are a great plant to have in the ornamental garden and in a veggie or herb garden.

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September - Aster

September - Aster

Asters just might be the perfect garden plant. Their daisy-like flowers provide late-season color, and many varieties attract butterflies.

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July - Delphinium

July - Delphinium

Theses lovely queens of the garden are best admired from a distance, as they are highly poisonous.  

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June - Rose

June - Rose

The rose may be the most prolific garden plant.

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May: Lily of the Valley

May: Lily of the Valley

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Sold in France on May Day, Lily of the Valley is a true harbinger of spring.

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April: Daisy

April: Daisy

Daisies are the birth flower for people born in April.

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March: Daffodil

March: Daffodil

One of the most beloved spring-blooming bulbs, and the birth flower for people born in March.

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