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Florigraphy reportedly originated from Greek and Roman culture, it has been used for centuries as a way of communicating feelings that would otherwise go unspoken.
January Birth Flower- the Carnation or Snowdrop
February Birth Flower- the Violet or Primrose
March Birth Flower- the Jonquil (aka Daffodil or Narcissus)
April Birth Flower- the Sweet pea or Daisy
May Birth Flower- the Lily of the Valley

June Birth Flower- the Rose
July Birth Flower- the Larkspur or Water Lily
August Birth Flower- the Gladiolus or Poppy
September Birth Flower- the Aster or Morning Glory
October Birth Flower- the Calendula (Marigold)
November Birth Flower- the Chrysanthemum
December Birth Flower- the Narcissus
1 Anniversary: Carnations or Pansies
2 Anniversary: Cosmos
3 Anniversary: Fuchsias
4 Anniversary: Geraniums
5 Anniversary: Daisies
6 Anniversary: Calla Lilies
7 Anniversary: Jack-in-the Pulpit
8 Anniversary: Clematis
9 Anniversary: Poppies
10 Anniversary: Daffodils
11 Anniversary: Morning Glory
12 Anniversary: Peonies
13 Anniversary: Hollyhocks
14 Anniversary: Dahlias
15 Anniversary: Roses
20 Anniversary: Day Lilies
25 Anniversary: Iris
28 Anniversary: Orchids
30 Anniversary: Sweet Pea (Pearl)
40 Anniversary: Nasturtiums (Ruby)
50 Anniversary: Violets (Golden)
60 Anniversary Any flower in white (Diamond)
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