Top 10 Easter Flowers

Ah Easter – the beginning of the Spring season, the end of a long hard winter. What better way to celebrate and spread love & happiness than with beautiful flowers! 

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The older I get the more I trust in the law according to which the rose and the lily bloom.

As the traditional flower of Easter, these classy little lilies joyfully symbolize new life, new beginnings, and motherhood, making them the perfect spring flower to give and receive. (Assuming you’re not a cat – they’re poisonous to our little feline friends!)

“A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone. It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose. It doesn’t have to. It is different. And there’s room in the garden for every flower.”

Just in time for the spring bloom, tulips make the perfect addition to any Easter arrangement and come in soo many cheerful colors.

Tulips are cozy, like snuggling up in your favorite blanket with a fire crackling and snow gently falling.

I wonder what spendthrift chose to spill Such a bright gold under my windowsill! Is it fair gold? Does it glitter still? Bless me! It’s a daffodil!

Ah, daffodils. If you’re looking for a little somethin’ somethin’ to lift your spirits, this is the flower for you. We don’t have to tell you why; their golden color and sunny disposition says it all!

4. Easter Cactus

Does every holiday have its own cactus!?
We don’t know…but we DO know a bit about this happy little guy.

The Easter cactus plant blooms late winter to early spring, and their colors range from white to red, orange, peach, lavender, and pink, making them the perfect Easter gift (especially if you can’t get together in person)!

“Daisies, simple and sweet. Daisies are the way to win my heart.”

Gerbera daisies have several meanings, but they all share a common denominator, happiness.

Talk about an upbeat, vibrant celebration of life! 

Gerberas look beautiful on their own, or surrounded by other blooms!

Ah, the sweet-smelling loveliness of the hyacinth. We all know this beautiful bloom for its to-die-for light and airy fragrance we wish we could bottle up and wear as a perfume.

But we all know spring has officially arrived when we pluck our first tiny little hyacinth bloom from its stem and take a good whiff.

What better flower to represent Easter? 

''You gave me hyacinths first a year ago; They called me the hyacinth girl.''

“I saw you riding on your bike In a corduroy jacket in the night, Past the hydrangeas that were blooming in the alley, With a galloping dog by your side”

A classic fan favorite. The best thing about hydrangeas is you only need a few stems, and you’ve got yourself a full, blooming bouquet!

“Then we had the irises, rising beautiful and cool on their tall stalks, like blown glass, like pastel water momentarily frozen in a splash.”

Iris brings a feeling of debonair and royalty to any space – making them perfect for the late winter – early spring months to get you in that *queen* or *king* mentality.

Their unique shape and deep blues & purple will compliment any arrangement.

“Scatter as a prayer escaping my lips… as orchids blooming in clouds.”

Symbolizing fertility, beauty, perfection, and love, orchids are the perfect Easter gift for any loved one! 

Fun fact: Scientists found fossilized orchid pollen on the back of a bee. The fossil dates back to around 10 million or 15 million years ago!

 

“I’d rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck.”

One of the world’s most popular flower, the classic rose come in just about every color imaginable and express a vast range of emotions!

You can never go wrong with roses! 

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