Aster and morning glory are the official September birth flowers. They themselves are beautiful and so are their special meanings!
Every month has its own set of birth flowers. They represent the month and have meanings that are believed to have origins in Ancient Rome. The Victorians also assigned meanings to flowers that are neat to know!
You may consider one or both September birth flowers when choosing a gift for your loved one! I have a list of ideas here to get those gears turning for you as well.
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Asters represent love, wisdom, and valor.
During the Victorian era, asters represented charm and patience.
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Morning Glory represents purity, affection, and innocence.
During the Victorian era, morning glory flowers represented unrequited love or even love that never ended. Seems strange to have those two vastly different meanings from the Victorians for this one but it all depends on how you look at it. Some believed in the representation of unrequited love because of their short life span while others see it as something that will never end not even in death.
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September Birth Flower Inspired Gifts
- Floral jewelry - There are many different places to search for September birth month flower jewelry. Amazon and Etsy both have great options. Some options have tiny flowers in them while others have the image engraved into the pendant.
- Embroidery - Do it yourself or buy it on Etsy for either a lovely piece of art for the wall, a throw pillow, or add a bit of detail to clothing and even plush toys! The possibilities for this are truly endless.
- The card - A lovely card with their birth flower on the front and a heartfelt note inside is sure to bring a smile to their face!
- Gift tag - Have the perfect card already? Put a personalized September birth month flower gift tag on their present for that extra special touch!
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Which of the two September birthday flowers do you prefer, aster or morning glory?
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