Which Flower Represents Your Personality, Based On Your Zodiac Sign?

Photo: weheartit

Bloom, baby, bloom.

Flowers can instantly beautify a room, pick up your spirits, and remind us of the incredible power of nature. The flowers we like can tell us about ourselves.

All flowers are unique, even when they appear similar. Every one of them is different, not unlike those people born under the same zodiac sign. We are all our own singular version of our sign. Check out which flower best represents your sign and see if you agree.

Aries (March 21 - April 19): Lotus


The meaning of the lotus flower differs from culture to culture, but it's often seen as a symbol of rebirth, love, compassion, beauty, perseverance, spirituality, and overcoming obstacles and blossoming. Sounds a lot like Aries.

Taurus (April 20 - May 20): Poppy


Poppies are vibrant, strong, beautiful, resilient and can weather any storm just like the Taurus.

Gemini (May 21 - June 20): Lavender


Just like Gemini, there's very little lavender can't do. Besides being beautiful and fragrant, when the flower is turned into an essential oil, it has a calming effect, can be used as a sleep aid, reduces swelling, helps with all kinds of skin issues, and it alleviates nausea or motion sickness. It's good to have a little lavender and a Gemini in your life.

Cancer (June 21 - July 22): Delphinium


Delphinium flowers symbolize an open heart, loving attachment and a feeling of lightness and happinessLike Cancer, it's emotional and lovely.

Leo (July 23 - August 22): Leo


Like Leos, sunflowers stand out from the crowd and symbolize self-confidence, self-acceptance and personal growth. Both sunflowers and Leos are vital, captivating and strong.

Virgo (August 23 - September 22): Plumbago


The plumbago flower is very precise, controlled and pretty, just like a Virgo. Neither the plumbago or a Virgo are completely in your face and showy, but over time their beauty and specialness are revealed.

Libra (September 23 - October 22): Hydrangeas


Hydrangeas personify the balance of opposites with their strong wooden stems and their lacey, star-shaped pom-poms. The symbolize heartfelt sincerity and an understanding nature which sounds a lot like a Libra.

Scorpio (October 23 - November 21): Chrysanthemums


Chrysanthemums have many layers to them and aren't subdued their appearance. Scorpios prize honesty and clarity in all things, and white chrysanthemums are the symbol for honesty. Scorpios are also well-known for their passions and connections with other people. Not surprisingly, red chrysanthemums symbolize the invitation to form a new relationship.

Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21): Rose


Roses get right to the heart of the matter and expose the truth in all things. When the rose is your zodiac flower it means that you're attracted to philosophy, poetry, and art. You're happiest when you're outside enjoying nature or seeing new things. 

Capricorn (December 22 - January 19): Alstromeria


The alstromeria or Peruvian Lily has a lot in common with a Capricorn as it symbolizes friendship, long-lasting beauty, devotion, commitment, and care. But that's not all: this delicate flower is also the symbol of wealth, prosperity and good fortune, and that fits Capricorn perfectly.

Aquarius (January 20 - February 18): Proteas


The proteas flower symbolizes everything that is an Aquarius: strength, diversity, transformation and courage. This flower doesn't conform to traditional ideas of beauty but is beautiful in its own unique way.

Pisces (February 19 - March 20): Narcissus/daffodil


The flower of narcissus symbolizes good luck, happiness, slight self-centeredness, renewal, and inspiration — all the qualities that dreamy, creative Pisces possess.


Explore YourTango