Birth Month Flowers - April

Spring is definitely in the air now. Days are getting longer and warmer which encourages a whole host of brightly coloured blooms.

African Daisy

African Daisy

A popular “sunny” star amongst these is the DAISY - thought to symbolise purity, innocence, true love and new beginnings.

Daisies have been around, in one form or another, for four thousand years. In the last millennium they have become a favourite of the English culture - children’s games (daisy chains), predicting fortune in love (“He loves me, He loves me not”) and even used in herbal medicine.

But now my own delights I make,
My thirst at every rill can slake,
And gladly Nature’s love partake
Of Thee, sweet Daisy!
— Wordsworth

Our Daisy print is now available to purchase over at Not On The High Street! This sweet Daisy print features the petals of the deconstructed flower, and has been photographed in natural light which gives a lovely 3D feel.

This gorgeous botanical print can be personalised with a name or date to make it that extra meaningful gift. If you prefer a more minimal look without text then you can select this from the drop down menu. These floral prints are also a lovely addition to a childs room.

New Deconstructed Daisy Personalised Artprints available now on Not on The High Street - makes an excellent baby or birthday gift for anyone born in April.

Birth Month Flowers - March


Spring at last! March releases all the beauty of nature stored over winter. The daffodil is one of the most vibrant flowers and represents Spring and new beginnings.

A member of the narcissus family, the fresh yellow shades remind us of the coming of sunnier days and happiness.

“Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.” Luther Burbank


  We are very excited that the daffodil will be the first of our new range of birth flower art prints to be released on Not on the Hign Street.

Birth Month Flowers - February


Flowers are used to convey many special meanings and feelings. There is at least one flower to represent each month of the year.

In the U.K. February is represented by the iris or violet. 

The blue iris brings meaning of faith, hope, wisdom and courage whilst the blue violet symbolises love and faithfulness.

Sarah Blythe will soon be releasing a new range of art prints featuring birth flowers. Whilst some of our art prints are available as ready made, bespoke orders are also available for products such as baby wraps, tote bags and scarves. These would make ideal gifts for the arrival of a new baby, a birthday gift for a friend or even an anniversary gift for a loved one!