×

What Your Birth Flower Says About You

Getty Images

Even if you're not one to put a lot of faith in horoscopes (I mean, how right can the stars really be?), you may still be intrigued to learn what your birth flower is — and what it reveals about your personality. Not convinced? Don't worry! If these character traits don't ring true for you, you can at least enjoy a little laugh at how wrong they are.

January: Carnations

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Your creative nature comes in handy whenever you're problem-solving. You're ambitious and always ready to take on a new adventure. Carnations symbolize your passion and distinction.

February: Violets

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

If you're a February baby, your friends consider you reliable and trustworthy. The purple blooms of violets reflect your loyalty and allegiance. Chances are, your friends come to you when they have a secret to reveal.

March: Daffodil

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

These bright blooms represent your inner generosity and affection. As Elvis would say, you're "a hunk of burning love."

April: Sweet Pea

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Handling change with grace is a hallmark of your personality. You're the master of regeneration and reinvention, and your birth blooms signify your ability to embrace change.

May: Lily of the Valley

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

There's nothing pretentious about you, girl! You're a down-to-earth person whose grounded nature makes you the person everyone wants to be friends with. Lilies reflect your sweet and modest personality.

June: Rose

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

June babies get lucky — a lot! You're not afraid to flaunt it, but deep down, you have a kind and gracious soul.

July: Water Lily

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

"Simple is best" is your life motto. Your majestic presence and purity give off a silent sense of class.

August: Poppy

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

You live — and dream — large. These crimson-hued flowers symbolize your powerful imagination and ability to appreciate life's pleasures (like chocolate!).

September: Morning Glory

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

September babies let it all hang out. You don't hide your feelings; you wear your heart on your sleeve. Your blossoms represent your desire to dole out praise.

October: Cosmos

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

You're a lover, not a fighter. Steadfast pacifism aligns with the calm, peace, and serenity of your fall flowers.

November: Chrysanthemum

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

The hardy nature of chrysanthemums is a sign of your longevity. You have boundless energy (and we're jealous!) and a real zest for life. Can we be your friend?

December: Holly

(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

The quintessential Christmas plant, these white winter blooms represent your family-first nature. Plus, the red fruit is a universal sign of harmony at home.

More From FIRST

Your Lipstick Reveals Hidden Clues About Your Personality

Experts Know Which Personality Trait You're Most Likely to Pass On to Your Kids

What's the Best Dog Breed for Your Personality Type?