Birth Flower for February

Like birthstones, birth flowers are flowers assigned to each of the twelve months of the year.

Birth flowers were introduced in the 18th century and stem from floriography - the language of flowers. February has two birth flowers: primroses and violets.

Birth flower-themed items make unique and meaningful gifts for loved ones, especially if they enjoy flowers!

Giving flowers to people in February (especially around Valentine’s Day) is always special. So what about giving February birth flower gifts? Read on to learn about these special blossoms and their meanings.

February Birthflower

February Birthflower - Primrose

One of the birth flowers for February is the primrose. Despite what you might be thinking, these aren’t quite roses. Primroses come from the Primulaceae family while roses are from the Rosaceae family.

Primroses bloom in different colours, including white, yellow and red. The word “primrose” comes from the Latin “primis”, which can be translated to “first.” This name fits, because primroses are often the first flowers that bloom in springtime. They are a lovely symbol to mark the end of winter.

These bright blossoms can represent young love. Primroses also have different meanings depending on their colour. While the flower itself signifies modesty and affection, lilac primroses symbolise confidence and red primroses signify unappreciated merit.

February Birthflower
February Birth flower

Violet - Birth Flower February

Violets are the other February birth flower. These cute little blossoms are named for their purple petals. Even so, they also bloom in white, yellow, and even blue!

Violets are rich in history and carry numerous meanings, depending on their colour. Purple violets are known to symbolise faithful love, while white violets signify innocence and simplicity.

Birth Flower February
Birth Flower for February

Birth Flower of February Gift Ideas

Whether it is for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, a birthday, or just any old day of the week, flower-related gifts are always a good idea. You can never go wrong with a beautiful blossom, right?

Our birth flower pendants are made from actual flower petals that are cast in silver for a classy look that complements any outfit.  The February birth flower necklace consists of a sweet primrose petal pendant, specially handcrafted to show the intricate details of each petal. This is paired with the February birthstone - the amethyst.

A flower gift is such a special way to show your loved ones you care.

February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace
February Birthflower Necklace

February Birthflower Necklace

£ 59.00

This February birthstone necklace is perfect as a birthday gift for those born in February.  Consisting of a Primrose petal pendant handcrafted from a real flower, it has beenpaired with the corresponding birthstone - Amethyst.  

The Primrose flower in the language of birth flowers stands for young love and vitality.  The Amethyst stone represents wisdom and courage.  It is said to help strengthen relationships.

Connect with these characteristics by giving your jewellery collection and upgrade with this meaningful piece.  Comes complete with gift packaging and a meaning card explaining the symbolism behind your chosen month.

Curb chain 18" 

18ct gold plated on sterling silver 925

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Birth flower and birthstone guide

Birth Flower Chart - Birth Flower by Month

Click on the months below to read more about birthflowers.

MonthFlower Meaning and Symbolism
January Birthflower
The snow drop is a symbol of hope, innocence and purity.  The carnation has a meaning of love and affection. 
February BirthflowerPrimrose bring to mind young love and vitality.  Violets symbolise loyalty & faithfulness.
March BirthflowerThe daffodil (also the jonquil) are associated with happiness, friendships and new beginnings.
April BirthflowerA daisy is a symbol of purity, innocence and true love. Sweet Pea's are an omen of blissful pleasure!
May BirthflowerThe Lily-of-the-valley has a meaning of humility and sweetness. The hawthorn flower is a sign of hope & happiness.
June BirthflowerThe rose represents passion and love.  Honeysuckle stands for everlasting love.
July BirthflowerLarkspur has a meaning of an open heart and positivity.  The lotus or water lily is deeply spiritual and represents patience and purity.
August BirthflowerGladiolus is associated with strength of character.  The poppy stands for pleasure and success.
September BirthflowerThe Aster has a meaning of wisdom, faith and powerful love.
October BirthflowerA marigold signifies creativity and passion. Marigolds can also symbolise grief and despair over losing a loved one. Cosmos represent peace and harmony.
November BirthflowerA red chrysanthemum is associated with love and loyalty.
December BirthflowerNarcissus mean hope and wealth.  Holly stand for happiness and protection.