Flowers have always been a great gesture whether to give, receive, or buy for oneself or home, they are meant to brighten up a room, create an ambiance or send a message. Each Zodiac’s personality is also reflected on flowers. Follow our Zodiac Flower guide to give a more meaningful gift or to enhance your surroundings. The greatest part is to know that it was specially meant for you!
March 21 – April 19
Aries are conquerors and trendsetters; naturally driven with energy, light and power thanks to their element fire. They have a smooth confidence that attracts a wide variety of friends and business partners. People can’t resist their energy, charm and grace. They are the first of the flower signs and so you are assertive and a natural leader of the vine.
Birth flowers: Daffodil (March born), Daisy (April born), Honeysuckle/Tiger Lily (Aries) : Aries flower symbolize sweetness to the senses of others, love, gratitude, appreciation; the white petals of daisies signify loyal love, purity, beauty, innocence, patience, and simplicity, the bright petals of the daffodils represent rebirth, chivalry, devotion, or unrequited love, but don’t give just one, single daffodil stems represent misfortune; lilies are the essence of grace and refinement.
Other Flowers to Match the Aries’ enthusiasm and zeal with flowers the color of passion (romantic or otherwise) – Dazzling and full of energy, it’ll appeal to their love of bold gestures.
April 20 – May 20
Taurus are artistic, sensual, and perseverant; love the good things in life and pleasure. Taurus have a reputation for stability as well as stubbornness but there is most definitely a sensuous and sensitive side to this earth sign. They are well-grounded and strong, yet romantic and warm-hearted, and have a strong appreciation to things appealing to their senses.
Birth flowers: Daisy (April born), Lily of the Valley (May born), Poppy (Taurus). The white petals of daisies signify loyal love, purity, beauty, innocence, patience, and simplicity; lilies are the essence of happiness, sweetness, grace and refinement; the poppy is about pleasure and resilience.
Other flowers to Match Taurus’s appreciation for nature’s exquisite beauty with flowers that appeal to their full range of senses, the lily’s dramatic form and the romance behind roses and their fragrant perfumes, will indulge their romantic, sensual side.
October 23 – November 21
Have the power to transform the world around them, intense, mysterious, powerful, exciting, determined, sensitive, passionate, magnetic, sexual nature, energetic, compassionate, emotional and poised. When inspired, it’s said that those born under this water sign can exceed limits in almost all endeavors.
Birth flowers:Calendula/Marigold (October born), Chrysanthemum (November born), Dark Red & Purple Tulips/Stargazer Lilies/Red Peonies (Scorpio): Winning grace, protection, comfort, healing warm, elegance and devotion are represented by October flowers; the chrysanthemum in red is for love, white for innocence, yellow for unrequited love – they represent compassion, friendship, joy; deep red and purple tulips appeal to their passion; stargazer lilies are perfect since they are sensual and sweetly fragranced; red peonies with their luxuriously full shape and bold, passionate red color, these flowers embody both a sense of romance and power and are also regarded as omen of good fortune and prosperity.
Other Flowers to Match Scorpio‘s truth to reality and the natural, keen interest in the physical world, death, birth and sex are: Holly, Black-eyed Susans, Scarlet monkey flowers, Anemones, Heather, Gardenias, Honeysuckle, Various cacti, Arian flowers, Yews, Blackthorns, Rhododendrons.
November 22 – December 21
Free spirited, optimistic, honest, fun, adventurous, outgoing, life of the party, delightful, happy, sensual, independent, philosophical, imaginative. Life would be pretty boring without Sagittarius. They are naturally open-minded and thirst for new ways of thinking, craving travel and exploration. Ambitious and optimistic, a Sagittarian’s hopes are not easily dashed, and perhaps because of this, they tend to find much luck in life.
Birth flowers: Chrysanthemum (November born), Poinsettia (December born), Tulips/Narcissus/Carnations (Sagittarius): the chrysanthemum in red is for love, white for innocence, yellow for unrequited love – they represent compassion, friendship, joy; with good cheer, success the poinsettia sends out a message of “you are the special one”; tulips represent elegance and grace, but red tulips symbolize perfect love, yellow tulips for cheerful thoughts, white tulips for forgiveness, or purple tulips for royalty and other occasions; narcissus represent sweetness, self-esteem, vanity, carnations are associated with love, fascination, luck, and have a long-lasting nature which personify Sagittarius’s strength and endurance.
Other Flowers to Match Sagittarius’ intellectual, opportunistic, flirtatious, romantic, non-judgmental, generous and just, highly optimistic, enthusiastic, full of confidence personality are Dandelions, Peonies, Blackberries, Thistles, Moss, Sage, Rush, Limes.
December 22 – January 21
Knows what they wants and how to get it, they are sophisticated, sensitive, brilliant, simple, patient, ambitious, fearless. Longevity, structure and material gain are all hallmarks of a true Capricorn personality. The responsible, reliable Capricorn is one of the most stable, disciplined and serious of the zodiac signs. This earth sign is happiest when secure, established and deeply-rooted.
Birth flowers: Poinsettia (December born), Carnation (January), African Violet/Pansy/Ivy (Capricorn): good cheer, success the poinsettia sends out a message of “you are the special one”; the carnation represents fascination, distinction, love; Capricorn’s flowers reflect their responsible and dependable personality ideal for a long lasting plant, they also symbolize truth, security, faithfulness and sensuality.
Other Flowers to Match Capricorn’s driven and determined strong personality include: Heartsease, Love-lies-bleeding, Pansies, Knapweed, Hemp, Scotch broom, Trillium, Baby’s breath, Camellias.
January 21 – February 19
Original, eccentric, independent, intellectual, unique, friendly, easy-going, communicative, Aquarians were born to be fabulous and famous. Forward thinking and expressive Aquarius likes things nonconventional, and that includes flowers. An air sign with an honest, spiritual and intuitive nature. They also possess truly romantic tendencies, are faithful and passionate about the people they care about and deeply loyal.
Birth flower: Carnation (January), Violets/Primrose (February), Orchid (Aquarius): the carnation represents fascination, distinction, love; purple and white violet represent faithfulness, wisdom, hope, truth; the primrose symbolize modesty, distinction, virtue; orchids symbolize inherent grace, art, love, beauty and strength and resonate with Aquarius sense of loyalty, pink orchids represent pure affection or cattleya orchids convey mature charm.
Other Flowers to Match Aquarius’ logical, sociable, kindhearted, fair, perverse, emotionally detached, rebellious personality are Solomon’s seal, Golden rain, Goldenrod, Jack-in-the-pulpits, Birds of paradise, Gladiolus, Trillium
February 20 – March 20
Pisces have an overactive imagination and go with the flow, are sensitive, creative, dreamers, sympathetic, compassionate, free spirited, intuitive, artsy, humorous, shy. Known for their gentleness and patience, those born under the zodiac sign of Pisces excel at understanding themselves and others more than any other birth sign. Easygoing and affectionate, they lead with emotion rather than rationality and are more often ruled by instinct over intellect.
Birth flower: Violets/Primrose (February born), Daffodil (March born), Water lilies/Bamboo/Iris/Alstroemeria also called Peruvian Lily (Pisces): purple and white violets represent faithfulness, wisdom, hope, truth; the primrose symbolize modesty, distinction, virtue; the bright petals of the daffodils represent rebirth, chivalry, devotion, or unrequited love, but don’t give just one, single daffodil stems represent misfortune; water lilies represent fickleness, sweet, lightness they are perceptive and deeply psychic, water lilies and bamboos accentuate Pisces intuitive abilities; the delicate blue or purple iris petals symbolize faith, valor, wisdom, and promise; alstroemeria with their delicate blossoms and miniature lily-like appearance capture just the right mix of generous beauty and quiet splendor for Pisces.
Other Flower’s to Match Pisces’ loving, caring, hospitable personality as well as temperament, wisdom, and great memory are Moss, Poppies, Rhubarb, Yarrow, Clematis, Lilac, Orchids.
Another great tip to giving or buying the best flower for you is to go with what suits your mood and likes!