There are so many Spring plants traditionally associated with the Easter Season. Here’s a look at some of our favorites along with the symbolism behind them.
Tulips are a classic Spring bloom. Just in time for the spring bloom, tulips make the perfect addition to any Easter arrangement and come in so many cheerful colors. Tulips are cozy, like snuggling up in your favorite blanket with a fire crackling and snow gently falling. They have a unique bell-shaped blossom that resembles the spherical shape of an Easter egg.
Sunny yellow daffodils have long been a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings since ancient times as they typically bloom near the Spring Equinox. This leads to their association with Easter, the Christian celebration of new life in Christ.
There is nothing quite like the sweet scent of hyacinth flowers. They come in pink, yellow, white and shades of purple, which are also the classic colors of Easter. 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?
Popular Easter Flowers