July was named in honour of Julius Caesar in 44bc. Previously it had been called Quintilis, which means fifth month in Latin.
July starts on the same weekday as April every year.
The Anglo-Saxon names for the month included Heymonath (hay month) or Maed monath(meadow month).
The birth flower's for July are the Larkspur (Delphinium) (left pic) or the Water Lily (Nymphaea 'Marliacea Chromatella).
On Average it is the coldest month in much of the Southern hemisphere.
In America it is Baked Beans Month, Ice Cream Month, Hot Dog Month and Blueberries Month.
July is the seventh month of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. It is one of seven months with 31 days.
In the Southern Hemisphere, February is the seasonal equivalent of August in the Northern Hemisphere.
On average it is the warmest month in most of the Northern hemisphere.
Was traditionally the fifth month of the year before it was changed to seventh by the Roman Republic in about 450 BC.