What Are My Best Options For Easter Flowers?

Easter Flowers, What’s the Best Flower Option for this Season?

Easter has long been associated with giant egg hiding rabbits, chocolate eggs and flowers. All these have become a tradition in the world. But, more than the chocolate eggs, it’s the Easter flowers that attract the attention of most people. People are not sure which flowers is right for easter with no clear choice for the holiday and ordering from florists can be time-consuming and frustrating. At Rosenerds, our easter flower selection comes with free shipping and we have many easter flower arrangements for you to choose from.

Among these selections are white carnations that have become a symbol for Christians during the Easter season. They are considered the traditional flower for this holiday. Each country also has its own flower for Easter rather  than adopting to the Christian traditional Easter flowers of white carnations.

Choosing Easter Flowers

Rosenerds offers a wide selection of carnations, gerbera daisies and roses all at wholesale prices and free shipping to make buying easter flowers a breeze.

If you are still having a hard time picking the right flowers for easter here are some basic tips below to guide you:

  • Determine What the Flowers are for

 There are several reasons why you would want to buy easter flowers. You may be planning to give these flowers as a gift to someone. Or, you may want to use the flowers for decoration. What is your reason?

  • Where Do You Plan to Display the Flowers?

Consider the environment of the where you plan to place your easter flowers and where you will display them and see if it will match your décor.

  • Are You Planning to Give the Flowers as Gifts to Someone?

 If you are, the first thing you need to think of is if it will suit them. Consider their age, color preferences and personality before choosing and purchasing.

Top Easter Flower Options and Its Meaning

Lily Flowers: Also referred to as white-robed apostles of hope, lilies signify hope and purity and resurrection. In legends, lilies were said to have sprang from the earth, at the exact place where Jesus’ sweat dropped during the final agony. Most medieval artists used these flowers in their Annunciation paintings to signify purity and womanhood. These flowers also signify innocence, life and virtue. They also commemorate the resurrection of Christ.  

Azaleas: Azaleas’ showy blooms represent self-control or temperance. It also symbolizes womanhood, which is linked to the Virgin Mary at Easter. Each of the colors of azaleas also signifies something, such as purity for white, joy for pink and royalty for purple.

Daisies: Daisies are a popular choice during Easter and they symbolize purification.

Roses: The five petals of the flower symbolize the wounds sustained by Jesus before and during the crucifixion. Their red color stand for the blood He had shed. And, the white roses signify innocence and purity.

Tulips: Just like other flowers, their color also signifies a meaning. White tulips signify forgiveness and purple tulips stand for royalty. Their meanings suit the religious theme of Easter with the meanings of passion, belief and love.