Birth Month Flowers |March Birth Flowers Meaning: Daffodil

What is the March birth month flower?

With March, comes spring, and a whole array of new flowers in bloom. The birth flower of March is the Daffodil, the national flower of Wales whose patron saint, St. David, is celebrated on the 1st of March every year.

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What's the meaning of the March birth flower?

Daffodils are one of the first flowering plants of spring, and therefore have connotations of rebirth and new beginnings. In other cultures such as French and Chinese daffodils are also motifs for good fortune and hope, however, offering a single daffodil to someone is thought to bring misfortune.

The genus name for daffodils is Narcissus, though no one quite knows why, particularly as the name is thought to predate the earliest tellings of the famous Greek myth about the self-obsessed youthful hunter who fell in love with his own reflection. The most convincing link to that particular tale seems less concerned with symbolism and more simply to do with how the heads of daffodils, as they bend and peer down over streams, could be said to resemble Narcissus as he looked down into his own reflection.

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Does March have any other birth month flowers?

March differs when it comes to months and their official birth flowers as there is only one birth month flower.

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What does the March birth month flower say about your personality?

March babies are said to be happy and optimistic, they will either be a Pisces or an Aries in star sign. Pisces are said to be optimistic, ambition, and determined. Aries are said to be fiery and passionate.