Valentine’s Day is over, but the gift of flowers is here to stay. In many of our previous blogs, we gave you the history of flowers, such as the messages they carry and how flowers today have changed the way many individuals view receiving flowers compared to previous centuries. However, in today's post we’ll be giving you the meaning of the Easter flower: The Lily.
The Easter Lily blooms in early spring, even though they’re planted in the fall. Although they can be grown nearly anywhere, their natural habitat includes our very own Pacific Coastline. If you decide to walk along the coastlines of Oregon and California, we’re sure you’ll find some natural Lilies growing in towards the sun. These borders are natural to the Easter Lily because of the water, soil and climate. But the meaning of the Lily is much deeper than people know.
Easter is a holiday that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and it is a way for Christians to show their Easter traditions; they decorate their homes with the Easter Lily. The flower symbolizes virtue, purity, innocence, life and hope, which is the spiritual essence of Easter.
We make things easy; these trumpet-shaped white flowers can be ordered online from our Portland, Oregon, florist at any time. We want you to have the best Easter possible with the daily view and smell of our wonderful Lilies. We invite you to shop with Nancy’s Floral online today to order your Easter flowers! We suggest you order your Easter Lily bouquets early to ensure guaranteed delivery. Lastly, the florists at Nancy’s Floral wish you all a happy Easter!