You have probably heard about birthstones and you might already know what yours is, but have you heard about birth month flowers and their meanings? This article will help you learn all birth month flowers as well as their meanings and symbolism. Find out what yours is! Flowers are the epitome of beauty and elegance, and can help a person easily convey their emotions and feelings without using any words. They all have their own uniqueness and are infused with symbolism and meaning. Here’s a list of all birth month flowers and their meanings: January Birth Flowers Red: “I love you” Yellow: disappointment or rejection Snowdrop
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A Naked Schock of Shocks
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