Birth Flower for June

Birth flowers are beautiful blossoms that have been designated for each month of the year. These flowers have specific characteristics and meanings attached to them.

The idea of birth flowers began in 18th century England. The language of flowers, also known as floriography, is a form of communication through flowers.

Do you speak flowers? Each birth flower has a unique meaning. While some months have one birth flower, others have two. These birth flowers make for a unique and meaningful gift for your loved one.

Read on to find out more about the June birth flowers and what they mean for you!

What is the June Birthflower?

June Birthflower - Rose

One of the birth flowers of June is a rose. Also known as the Queen of Flowers, roses are one of the world’s most popular blooms. They go hand-in-hand with love and have long been cherished for their beauty and elegance.

Roses come in various colours, and their meanings vary depending on the colour of the flower. For example, red roses are symbolic of passion. Orange means desire. Yellow roses signify friendship. White roses stand for peace, love and innocent feelings.

With so many different possible meanings for roses, they make such a versatile and unique gift for any occasion!

June Birth Flowers

All About The Rose

The rose (Rosa) is a popular and widely cultivated flowering plant that is native to the Northern Hemisphere. It is known for its large, showy blooms, which come in a range of colors and sizes, and its fragrant, aromatic scent. There are over 100 species of roses, and thousands of cultivars, making it one of the most diverse and popular groups of flowering plants.

Roses are prized for their ornamental value, and are widely grown in gardens, parks, and other public spaces. They are also used in the production of rose water, rose oil, and other fragrant products, and are a popular choice for cut flowers and floral arrangements.

In terms of growing conditions, roses prefer full sun and well-drained soil, although some varieties are more adaptable to different conditions. They are usually propagated by cuttings or by grafting, and are often trained to grow on trellises, fences, or other supports.

Roses are also known for their role in modern and traditional medicine. The petals, leaves, and hips of the rose contain active compounds with potential health benefits, and are used in a range of products, including teas, tinctures, and topical preparations.

Overall, the rose is a versatile and widely cultivated flowering plant, prized for its ornamental value, fragrant scent, and potential health benefits. Whether grown in a garden, used as a cut flower, or appreciated for its aromatic qualities, the rose is a plant that is sure to bring beauty and joy to any setting.

Meaning and Symbolism of the Rose

In the language of flowers, the rose is seen as a symbol of love, passion, and devotion. Its delicate beauty and fragrant aroma have made it a popular gift for romantic gestures and expressions of love for centuries, and it remains one of the most popular flowers for this purpose today.

In Western cultures, the rose is often associated with the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, and is considered a symbol of beauty, passion, and sensuality. The color of the rose can also hold significant meaning, with red roses symbolizing love and passion, yellow roses symbolizing friendship and joy, and white roses symbolizing purity and innocence.

In terms of birth flowers, the rose is a symbol of love, devotion, and the joys of childhood. It is a popular gift for June birthdays, and is often used in bouquets and floral arrangements to celebrate the special occasion.

Whether grown in a garden, used as a cut flower, or appreciated for its symbolic meaning, the rose is a beautiful and meaningful gift for anyone born in June.

The rose is the June birthflower and you will love the way this petal pendant captures the light as it moves. 

The necklace is completed with Junes birthstone - the moonstone.

June Birth Flower

Honeysuckle - Birth Flower June

The other June birth flower is honeysuckle. Just like roses, honeysuckle flowers come in various colours, including yellow, pink and white. They are symbolic of happiness and everlasting bonds.

Honeysuckle blooms on a climbing vine and are often surrounded by colourful butterflies. Their name is thanks to their sweet scent.


Honeysuckle (Lonicera) is a genus of flowering plants that is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It is known for its fragrant, tubular flowers, which come in a range of colors, including white, yellow, pink, and red. The flowers of the honeysuckle plant are a popular source of nectar for pollinators, and are visited by hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and other insects.

Honeysuckle plants are generally fast-growing, and are often used as climbing vines or ground covers. They prefer full sun to partial shade, and well-drained soil, and are hardy in a range of growing conditions. Honeysuckle plants are also relatively low-maintenance, and are known for their ease of care and their ability to attract pollinators to the garden.

In addition to their ornamental value, honeysuckle plants have a number of other uses. The flowers and leaves of the honeysuckle plant are edible, and are sometimes used to make teas, syrups, and other medicinal preparations. The plants are also popular for use in landscaping and ornamental gardening, and are often used to create natural fences, screens, and trellises.

Honeysuckle is a versatile and attractive flowering plant that is valued for its ornamental beauty, its ease of care, and its ability to attract pollinators. Whether grown as a climbing vine, a ground cover, or used in landscaping and ornamental gardening, honeysuckle is sure to bring beauty and fragrance to any garden or outdoor space.

June Birthflower

Meaning of Honeysuckle

It is the birthflower for the month of June and symbolizes strong bonds of love and affection. The sweet fragrance of the honeysuckle flower is thought to attract good luck and prosperity, making it a popular gift for loved ones.

The honeysuckle flower represents both happiness and love, making it a fitting symbol for those born in the month of June.

Birth Flower of June Gift Ideas

If you or a loved one are born in the month of June, why not celebrate with a rose petal birth flower necklace? A birth flower pendant paired with a matching birthstone makes such a special gift. June's birthstone is moonstone.

The petal pendant has been handcrafted from an actual rose petal, which is why it keeps its texture even after being cast in silver! Each month of the year has its own birth flower necklace. With its gorgeous details and classy style, a June birth flower necklace is a great addition to any outfit.

This classic piece of birth flower jewellery will stand the test of time and will keep you close to your loved ones even if you are only thinking of them from afar. A beautiful, meaningful gift!


Birth Flower of the month and their meaning

Birthflower Chart - Birth Flower by Month

Click on the months below to read more about birthflowers.

Month Flower Meaning and Symbolism
January Birthflower
The carnation symbolises love and affection. The snow drop means hope, innocence and purity.
February Birthflower Primrose mean young love and vitality.  Violets symbolise loyalty and faithfulness.
March Birthflower The daffodil (also the jonquil) symbolises happiness, friendships and new beginnings.
April Birthflower A daisy symbolises purity, innocence and true love. Sweet Pea's mean blissful pleasure
May Birthflower The Lily-of-the-valley symbolises humility and sweetness. The hawthorn flower is a sign of hope and happiness.
June Birthflower The rose means passion and love.  Honeysuckle symbolises everlasting love.
July Birthflower Larkspur symbolises an open heart and positivity.  The lotus/water lily is deeply spiritual and stands for purity and patience.
August Birthflower Gladiolus symbolises strength of character.  The poppy means remembrance, happiness and success.
September Birthflower The Aster has a meaning of wisdom, faith and powerful love.
October Birthflower The marigold is associated with creativity and passion. Marigolds can also symbolise grief and despair over losing a loved one. Cosmos mean peace and harmony.
November Birthflower The chrysanthemum stands for love and loyalty.
December Birthflower Narcissus symbolise hope and wealth.  Holly represents happiness & protection.


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