What is April Birthstone Color and Flower?

April Birthstone DiamondThe April Birthstone Color is White or Clear


The April Birth Flower is the Sweet Pea


The Official April Birthstone is Diamond


The Alternative April birthstone is Clear Quartz

April Birthstone Diamond

April Digital Kit by Chey Okota
April Scrapbooking Digital Element Kit by Chey Okota
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April Birthstone Necklace - April Birthstone Bracelet
April Birthstone Necklace / Wrap Bracelet - by Nona Designs

April Birthstone Color - White or Clear

The April birthstone color is clear or white representing the transparency of the April birthstone Diamond. Diamonds are the most popular gemstone worldwide and are valued according to carat weight, clarity, color, and cut (the 4 'C's).  Diamond is made up entirely of carbon and is the hardest natural material known to man. Nowadays Fancy colored diamonds or black diamonds are considered a trendy alternative to the conventional clear diamond birthstone.

Alternative birthstones for April are any clear or white gemstones such as clear quartz, white sapphires and white topaz. Quartz is the most abundant mineral found across the planet and is also a very durable substance. Besides the clear or transparent variety, quartz occurs in many colors known by different names, such as amethyst and aventurine.

April birthstone jewelry is usually set with these alternative gemstones as diamonds are traditionally reserved for engagement rings. Clear quartz birthstone jewelry is a popular gift for April birthdays.


April Birth Flowers - Sweet Pea and Daisy

April has two birth flowers - the Sweet Pea and the Daisy.

The first April flower is the Sweet Pea which naturally occurs with purple flowers and originates from the Mediterranean. Many cultivars have been produced with blue, white and pink flowers besides the original purple color and sweet peas are well known for their lovely fragrance.

The language of flowers introduced in Victorian times says that Sweet peas symbolize pleasure or gratefulness.

The second April flower is the Daisy, a common flower originating in Europe but now widespread across most continents. The flower's name is thought to have started as 'day's eye' as the flower closes at night and opens in the morning.

April Birth Flower - Daisy
French Beaded White Daisy by Laura's Bead Creations
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