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Easter is packed with traditions, customs, and symbols borrowed from Christianity. Before you start looking for flowers this season, there are a few things you need to know about Easter flowers. We’ve created this guide to make the whole process easier and more rewarding for you.

Flowers to Give on Easter

Here are some of the flowers you might consider getting from Fiesta Flowers for your Easter Celebrations.

1. Tulips

The good news is that Easter typically comes when Tulips have hit the prime of their season. These flowers come in attractive colors that are simply irresistible and will blend perfectly with other flowers you have in mind. Since they tend to wilt much faster, it’s a good idea to mix them with other flowers and keep them watered at all times. To keep them from drooping, make sure to trim them consistently.

2. Irises

Fiesta Flowers, Plants & Gifts will always have your back when you need some Irises to make your Easter celebration as memorable as possible. They also come in vibrant colors that make them suitable for making your space brighter and livelier.

Note that Irises also have a short vase life. They often last only three to five days, and they will wilt. But that doesn’t make them a bad idea because Easter is just a one or two-day celebration. You will love the changes they bring to your space.

3. Daffodils

These Easter flowers come in a wide range of blossom sizes and varieties. Like other flowers already mentioned, Daffodils tend to have a shorter vase life. To ensure an extended vase life, try to pick closed flowers that only show their yellow tips.

If you go for the fully opened blossoms, you won’t keep them for more than five days because they will wilt. To achieve the best result, you need to trim the bottom of the stems before placing the flowers in cool water that contains flower food.

4. Hyacinth

These flowers are more than just beautiful. As long as they are kept in a container that contains water, they will last more than five days without wilting. They come in a wide range of colors, so you will be able to get something that suits your taste.

Some think these flowers look better when left planted and given as a gift that way. You can give them planted or cut and either leave them on their own or mix them with other colorful flowers to achieve a perfect blend for your Easter celebration.

5. Hydrangeas

This is a romantic bloom that works for an array of occasions. It will work for your Easter and is easy to blend with other flowers. Since they have thick stems, it is advisable to give them a slanted cut for the best experience.

Flowers are delivered as quickly as possible, though you should call a couple of days ahead when buying a gift during busy holidays. All you have to do is make your choice and place your order as soon as possible. There are lots of flowers that you can use to decorate your home for Easter celebrations. Try to pick something that would last at least three days before wilting, especially if you are giving them as a gift.

However, we always use the freshest, longest lasting flowers, so don’t worry too much if you think your recipient will enjoy the more ephemeral of floral gifts; we will make sure that every arrangement last as long as possible.