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Send Easter Flowers with Euroflorist
At Easter time, the world is alive with colorful flowers as spring has begun and the first full moon has passed. This means there is an abundance of popular spring blooms to select from for that special Easter flower bouquet. All these flowers come in a variety of hues, making for a vibrant and cheerful presentation.
You want to deliver Easter flowers? Then discover the Easter collection from Euroflorist. Be surprised by yellow Easter flower arrangements, bouquets of tulips and colorful bouquets of Easter flowers and send Easter greetings with flowers to a loved one.
Where Can I Buy Flowers for Easter?
We have a simple solution for you: the Euroflorist online Easter flower delivery. Have Easter flowers conveniently delivered to your home! Order online your Easter flowers and we will take care of the rest. Choose your Easter flower bouquet from our collection consisting of Easter arrangements, colorful spring bouquets and daffodils in yellow and white.
The chosen floral product is then freshly hand-tied or made by a local florist on site. Then, the Easter flower bouquet or arrangement will be personally delivered right to your doorstep. Just have Flowers Easter delivered to you!
What Flowers For Easter?
What flowers bloom at Easter? And what are the traditional Easter flowers? From a meteorological and traditional point of view, Easter is associated with spring. That is why the most popular flowers for Easter are also the typical spring flowers. Here you can find a list of flowers associated with Easter.
Daffodil / Narcissus: What is the name of the yellow Easter flowers? Why is the daffodil so popular at Easter? The answer to these questions is linked to the flowering period of the daffodil. Except for the months of March and April, when it blooms, the daffodil is considered dead for the rest of the year, similar to the rebirth of Christ. Therefore, in Christianity, the daffodil symbolises eternal life. Beware that daffodils can be slightly toxic to cats.
Tulips: At Easter, tulips are always a welcome gift. A bouquet of fresh, colourful tulips makes a perfect table decoration for an Easter table filled with colourful Easter eggs, chocolate eggs and bunny decorations. Besides, there is hardly any other flower or festival that represents spring like the tulip, or Easter for that matter.
Hyacinths: The hyacinth is another well-known and popular Easter flower. It is particularly popular in Easter flower arrangements, where it often comes with a bulb and soil. Often it is also possible to buy hyacinths directly in pots and grow them yourself. In this case, the beautiful spring flower blooms in white, pink or blue. Be aware that hyacinths can be poisonous to cats.
Crocus: Together with the daffodils, the crocus is one of the first to rise in spring. The crocus starts to bloom in February and is decorated with purple, white and yellow.
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