Birth Flower for January

According to the language of flowers, also known as floriography, birth flowers are flowers which have been designated to different months of the year.

Like birthstones, a birth flower is a particular flower that directly correlates with the month that an individual is born in. 

The month of January has two birth flowers - snowdrop and carnation. 

January Birthflower

January Birthflower - Snowdrop

One of the birthflowers of January is the snowdrop. While snowdrops are not as widely recognised as the carnation, they are captivatingly white and elegant.

Snowdrops typically bloom during winter and early spring, symbolising hope and rebirth.  This stems from the story in the Garden of Eden, where God sent snow after casting Eve from the Garden.

As the Earth was cold and bare, an angel breathed upon a snowflake, creating a snowdrop flower.  As these snowdrops only bloom in white, they also symbolise purity — like other white flowers. Their petals are oblong and bent on the stem, giving off a mild scent.

January Birth flower
January Birthflower

Carnation - Birth Flower January

The other birthflower of January is the carnation. Carnations are typically found in the Mediterranean area and give off a “spicy” fragrance.

This flower is also used in the flower industry as part of bouquets. These carnations come in various colours, including red, purple and white. Their bright colours symbolise admiration and distinction. They are a flower often used in Mothers Day gift bouquets.

Birth Flower January
Birth Flower of January

Birth Flower of January Gift Ideas

Birth flowers can make for a special gift for a loved one, especially if they are fond of flowers.   If you are searching for a January gift for a loved one, why not delight them with a birth flower necklace?  

Our Birthflower and Birthstone Jewellery Collection consists of 12 different flower necklaces all paired with their matching birthstone.  Each petal pendant has been made using an actual flower, before being cast in silver.  January’s birth flower necklace features a snowdrop petal pendant,  complete with lovely touchable textures.

 If you know someone who is born in the month of January, or they love snowdrops, a flower gift can be a perfect way to let them know that you are thinking of them.

January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace
January Birthflower Necklace

January Birthflower Necklace

£ 59.00

The perfect sentiment for a thoughtful gift, a birth flower and birthstone necklace.  This necklace consists of a petal from the January birth flower, the Snowdrop and a garnet gemstone, the January birthstone.  This personalised January birth flower necklace is a great way to add a meaningful touch to your daily outfit.  

The snowdrop petal pendant has been handcrafted from an actual snowdrop flower.  This birth flower symbolises hope and new beginnings.  The birthstone of January is Garnet stands for protection but also love, luck loyalty and good health.

Whether you are looking for a birthday gift for a January born loved one or wanting to treat yourself, this necklace is a must-have for your jewellery collection.

Curb chain 18" 

18ct gold plated on sterling silver 925

Read more about the January Birth flower here and January Birthstone here. 

 

 

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Birth Flower Chart - Birth Flower by Month

Click on the months below to read more about birthflowers.

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