September Birth Flower Morning Glory Gift Guide
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The month you were born in isn’t just linked to a gemstone and zodiac sign, but to a flower too!
September brings the end of summer and the beginning of some fall favorites: pumpkin-spice lattes, football season and late-season blooms like morning glories and asters. These two blooms are also known as the September birth flowers.
Here’s everything you need to know about the September birth flowers, including some of the best September floral-inspired gifts to help celebrate your family, friends and coworkers. Who doesn’t love a gift inspired by flowers?
What Are September’s Birth Flowers?
Those born in the month of September are blessed with two birth flowers—morning glories and asters.
Morning glories have distinct heart-shaped leaves and trumpet-shaped flowers that blossom in colorful sprays of magenta, purple, blue, pink and white. Morning glories typically bloom from early summer to the start of fall, right around September. They’re also one of the fastest-growing annual flowers, which is good news for any procrastinating gardeners. Not only will these speedy blooms add bright pops of color to the garden, they also attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
Late season butterflies and hummingbirds are also attracted to aster flowers—September’s other birth flower. Asters, which bloom in late summer and fall, have star-shaped flowers that resemble daisies. Available in a range of colors, the most common asters available in the U.S. are the New England and New York asters.
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What Are the Meanings of September’s Birth Flowers?
The meaning of both September birth flowers is rooted in love. Morning glories are symbols of love and affection. Aster flowers symbolize love, wisdom and faith. The aster flower’s star-shaped blooms inspired its name. Aster comes from the Ancient Greek word “aster” meaning “star.” Other star-related words, like asteroid and asterisk, are derived from the same word.
Now that you know more about September’s birth flowers, we’ve got the perfect gifts for everyone on your September birthday list—from luxuriously soft robes and custom stationary to flower seeds packs and everything in between.
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September Birth Flower Gift Guide
Aster Flower Robe
This super-soft robe features brightly colored aster flowers that look lovely on anyone. Designed by Juliet Meeks, this robe is made with sustainably sourced, biodegradable material and is available in two sizes for the perfect fit. This robe is also available in other birth month flower prints.
Morning Glory Botanical Art Print
This September birth flower-inspired art print will be enjoyed all year long. This original painting of three bright blue morning glories has been reprinted onto watercolor paper with hand deckled edges. Choose from three sizes.
Recycled Glass Birth Month Flower Vase
The gorgeous colors featured in this handmade recycled glass vase were inspired by the colors of the September birth month flower—the aster. Fill this thoughtful birthday gift with fresh blooms all year long.
Personalized Birth Flower Notepad
Jot down all of life’s important notes on this birth flower notepad illustrated with colorful morning glories and personalized with the name of your choice. This notepad is available lined or unlined in two different sizes. It’ll last longer than a birthday candle!
Morning Glory Seeds
This gift requires a little bit of a green thumb, but the result is totally worth it when these morning glory seeds bloom into a vibrant blue hanging vine. This practical gift idea looks beautiful and will attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
Birth Flower Glass
Say “cheers” to the start of a happy and healthy new birthday year with these special birth flower glasses. Each one features a digital print of asters, the September birth flower, on the sides of the glass tumbler. We’ll toast to that!
Birth Flower Necklace
Personalize this birth flower necklace with a pendant embossed with an illustration of an aster and a dainty birthstone charm in your choice of gold, rose-gold or silver-tone. Further customize this piece with optional back-side engraving. This necklace ships the next business day for any last-minute birthday shoppers.
Personalized Birth Flower Notebook
Gift this personalized vegan leather notebook to that someone special celebrating a September birthday. Customize the 112-page journal with the birth flower of your choice—available for all months of the year—one of 11 color options and the name of the gift recipient. So thoughtful!
Birth Flower Key Chain
Add some style to their day with a birth flower key chain. Perfect for house, car or office keys, this gold and white enamel keychain is made in the shape of an aster flower. Add an engraved message to the back to make it extra special.
Morning Glory Birth Flower Candle
This September birth-month candle is inspired by morning glory flowers. While the scent is delightful, the packaging is equally as lovely. The glass votive housing the candle wax features an illustration of morning glories, and the exterior packaging includes information about what the morning glory means for September birth days.
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