There are specific kinds of flowers that are typically used in celebrating Easter, which is by far the most holy Christian holiday; they are given the name of Easter flowers. These blossoms are multicolored, and they symbolize both the Resurrection and renewal associated with Easter. They are the ideal signs of both Easter and spring. Flowers that are commonly used for Easter time include lilies, hyacinths, azaleas, tulips, daffodils, and narcissus flowers.
White lilies are the most common and well-known Easter flowers, and they are typically utilized to garnish houses of worship during the period leading up to Easter. These blossoms are originally from Japan, and people in the US started growing them during World War II. Lilies that are white have come to be signs of the pureness and renewal that Easter is known for, in addition to the Resurrection of Christ. The flower’s petals have the shape of trumpets, which symbolize the trumpet used by God to call for Jesus to come back after His death. It is notable that the growth of white lilies is forced in greenhouses specifically for Easter.
Hyacinths are blossoms that are traditionally used for Easter flower arrangements. They come in many assorted pastel colors that are ideal for Easter, including blue, purple, and pink. They are also available in white. Hyacinths can grow up to twelve inches long.
Azaleas are commonly given as gifts to the hostess at Easter meals. They grow naturally during the Easter season, and they come in a wide array of lovely colors including white, orange, pink, and red. These flowers are seen as signs of Christ’s Resurrection, as well as of renewal and well wishes.