Birth Flower for April
Birth flowers were introduced in the 18th century along with the “language of flowers”. Each month of the year has its own special flower or two that comes with unique symbolism!
Their special meanings make birth flowers similar to birthstones and great representations of each month.
April’s birth flowers are daisies and sweet peas.
April Birthflower - Daisy
One of April's birth flowers is the daisy. This is said to be one of the oldest types of flower on earth. Floriography, or the language of flowers, describes daisies as representing innocence, purity and new beginnings.
Daisies as a sign of innocence comes from the old days when young, unmarried women would wear the flowers to show their chastity.
Daisies are also commonly given as gifts to loved ones. This makes sense since they are such bright and cheerful blossoms! Daisy bouquets are also popular gifts for Mother’s Day because they symbolise fertility and motherhood.
Sweet Peas - Birth Flower April
The other birth flower for March is the Sweet Pea. In the language of flowers, sweet peas are an omen of blissful pleasure. Sweet peas are vibrant and bloom in clusters. They also give off a sweet scent that is irresistible.
Birth Flower of April Gift Ideas
If you know someone born in April, then daisies and sweet peas should be your go-to flowers.
In our elegant birth flower collection, flower petal pendants have been paired with their matching birthstones. These petal pendants have been created from real flowers, which allows us to capture the essence in detail of each blossom. capturing the essence of each flower. Our necklaces are a classic addition to any look and wearable all year round!
These petal pendants would make a thoughtful gift for a loved one whose birthday falls in the month of April. Or for anyone who simply loves daisies! The daisy petal pendant is paired with the April birthstone crystal.
Birth Flower Chart - Birth Flower by Month
Click on the months below to read more about birthflowers.
|Month||Flower Meaning and Symbolism|
|January Birthflower||The carnation represents love and affection. The snow drop is a symbol of hope, innocence and purity.|
|February Birthflower||Primrose is associated with young love and vitality. Violets symbolise loyalty and faithfulness.|
|March Birthflower||The daffodil (also the jonquil) represents happiness, friendships and new beginnings.|
|April Birthflower||A daisy is associated with purity, innocence and true love. The sweet pea is an omen of blissful pleasure|
|May Birthflower||The Lily-of-the-valley has a meaning of humility and sweetness. The hawthorn flower is a sign of hope and happiness.|
|June Birthflower||The rose symbolises passion and love. Honeysuckle represents everlasting love.|
|July Birthflower||Larkspur symbolises an open heart and positivity. The lotus or water lily is deeply spiritual and associated with purity and patience.|
|August Birthflower||Gladiolus symbolises strength of character. The poppy has a meaning of pleasure and success.|
|September Birthflower||The Aster signifies wisdom, faith and powerful love.|
|October Birthflower||A marigold has a meaning of creativity and passion. Marigolds can also symbolise grief and despair over losing a loved one. Cosmos signify peace and harmony.|
|November Birthflower||A red chrysanthemum represents love and loyalty.|
|December Birthflower||Narcissus is associated with hope and wealth. Holly brings to mind happiness and protection.|