Easter Plants Delivery
Send them an Easter plant delivery on Sunday April 21, 2019. Easter plant gifts come in planters, pots and ceramic vases. Give someone an Easter plant this year and let them know you're thinking about them this holiday. Easter plants are hand delivered and come with a card message too. Easter planters are available and can be replanted if desired.
Easter Plant Delivery
An Easter plant makes a wonderful gift for the holiday. Easter flowers and Easter gift baskets are traditional gifts, but an Easter planter will continue to grow. It's a long lasting gift that your recipient will enjoy seeing over and over again. Easter deliveries are usually sent to someone's home, but can also be delivered to a work office or a church. Many churches order white lily plants for Easter to decorate their stairs or entryway. Simply enter the recipient's address and a florist will take care of the rest.
Plants For Easter
If you've decided to send a plant for Easter, it's a good idea to learn the popular Easter plants names. The best Easter plant is the white Easter lily plant. It's the most requested and locally purchased variety. Standing for purity, new beginnings and the start of a new season, it's easy to see why it's the most commonly requested. Hydrangea, violet, cyclamen and orchid plants are also popular Easter plants. They typically arrive in a decorative potted arrangement or colorful pot and last at least 6 weeks if not longer. Easter orchid plants tend to live anywhere from 6 - 9 weeks, while a lily, violet or cyclamen plant can continue to live. A lot of your plants longevity will depend on how well you care for it.
Why Send Easter Plants in Pastel Colors?
There are religious and nonreligious reasons to pick pastel Easter plants. By pastel, we are referring to the flowering Easter plant types with lilac, lavender, pale pink, peach and white flowers. In general, lighter colors are associated with a clean start and match the holiday theme. Spring arrives with new freshly bloomed flowers, the turn of the year and the start of everything we love on warm days. For religious reasons, it's also associated with christ's death and resurrection. No matter your background or beliefs, this is the time fo year to send lightly colored, clean flowers that resemble both ideals.