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Whether you start every morning by reading your horoscope or you only look at it from time to time, there’s no denying that it’s fun to learn what the stars have in store for you. But has astrology made its way down from the sky to Earth?
While most people know they have corresponding traits, likes, dislikes, and even numbers associated with their zodiac sign, few know that they also have an astrological flower. Take a look below to see what your flower sign is and the traits you both share!
Aries: March 21 – April 20
As the first sign in the zodiac, Aries signifies the start of something new. With honeysuckle blooming in early spring, the season most associated with rebirth and new experiences, the two pair perfectly together!
Taurus: April 21 – May 21
People born under the Taurus sign are strong, compassionate, and love being surrounded by love and natural beauty. Similar to a poppy flower, they stand their ground (especially on matters they’re passionate about) and exude beauty and positivity.
Gemini: May 22 – June 21
Lavender’s exuberant appearance perfectly blends with a Gemini’s social and energetic nature. With a distaste for the bland and ordinary, lavender makes the perfect birthday present for the wonderfully unique Gemini in your life.
Cancer: June 22 – July 22
Flower: White Rose
Cancers are known for being highly imaginative and emotional. Though they enjoy adventure from time-to-time, Cancers find comfort in sticking to what they know. Like the delicate nature of people born under the zodiac sign of Cancer, white roses are elegant, subtle, and universally adored.
Leo: July 23 – August 22
Perhaps the only people more social and outgoing than Geminis are those born under the Leo sign. With their happy demeanor bringing a smile to everyone’s face they meet, it’s only natural that their flower is just as “sunny” as them!
Virgo: August 23 – September 23
Virgos may not always want to be the center of attention, but don’t let their shyness fool you. Once you get to know them, their fun-loving personality begins to show. Just like the subtly beautiful buttercup, Virgos are organized, neat, and enjoy (occasionally) blending into the background.
Libra: September 24 – October 23
Just like a classic rose, Libras are adored by everyone they meet. As a symbol of peace and love, roses perfectly compliment a Libra’s passion for justice and strong sense of right and wrong.
Scorpio: October 24 – November 22
Like the many petals of geraniums, Scorpios have many sides to them and never let anyone fully know what they’re thinking. Once you think you know a Scorpio, they’re quick to show you another, completely unexpected side of themselves.
Sagittarius: November 23 – December 21
Like a carnation, those born under the sign of Sagittarius are strong, yet beautiful. With Sagittarius’ being known for their love of love, it makes sense that they’re paired with one of the most commonly chosen wedding flowers!
Capricorn: December 22 – January 20
Like a pansy, Capricorns seem to only get better with age! Known for being hardworking and tenacious, Capricorns enjoy showing off the fruits of their labor, similar to a newly sprung, showy pansy.
Aquarius: January 21 – February 19
Don’t let an Aquarius’ shy demeanor fool you. While they can sometimes be quiet, they’re incredibly energetic and eccentric when around friends they trust. Plus, they’re wonderfully intelligent and diligent problem solvers. Naturally, a strong, yet delicate looking flower like the orchid makes the perfect gift for an Aquarius.
Pisces: February 20 – March 20
With their element being water and symbol being the two fish, perhaps no pair goes together better than a water lily and a Pisces. With a knack for art and all things whimsical, Pisces enjoy unique shows of affection. Skip the roses this year and opt for something a bit more unique, like water lilies!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Flower (disambiguation).
"Floral" redirects here. For other uses, see Floral (disambiguation).
A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms). The biological function of a flower is to effect reproduction, usually by providing a mechanism for the union of sperm with eggs. Flowers may facilitate outcrossing (fusion of sperm and eggs from different individuals in a population) or allow selfing (fusion of sperm and egg from the same flower). Some flowers produce diaspores without fertilization (parthenocarpy). Flowers contain sporangia and are the site where gametophytes develop. Many flowers have evolved to be attractive to animals, so as to cause them to be vectors for the transfer of pollen. After fertilization, the ovary of the flower develops into fruit containing seeds.