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Discover Spring Easter Flowers

Occasions Written by: Arbour blooms Posted on: 05/04/2023

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s little surprise that spring Easter flowers symbolise rebirth. Mother Nature awakens from her winter slumber and delights us all with an abundance of colourful, fragrant blooms. From flowers and plants to birds and bees – this is a time for new life.

As local florists, it is certainly our favourite time of the year and a great opportunity to have plenty of fun with floral design. Here we share some of the most popular blooms for fresh-cut Easter floral arrangements. We explain what and how you can organise flower and chocolate arrangements for your loved ones.

So let’s delve into the wonderful world of tasty treats and perfect petals!

Easter flower bouquets

This season, rely on our talented florists to create the most beautiful Easter flowers for you. Not only do we have the most exquisite hand-tied bouquets but we also offer Easter chocolate treats. Our special Easter flower bundle includes your favourite blooms plus delectable chocolates from the famous Belgium chocolate, Maison Fougère.




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Send Easter flowers and chocolate with Arbour Blooms

We make chocolate and Easter flower delivery a breeze. Simply place your order online and select either same-day or next-day delivery. Our busy bunny will take care of your online flowers and chocolates delivery. Just be sure to get your order in before 11 pm for same-day and 4 pm for next-day service. We deliver Easter flowers Ireland-wide, across the UK and indeed, the world.

OK, now you know all about our Easter flower gifts, let’s look at some of the most impressive flowers spreading joy this spring.

What are Easter flowers?

So, what are traditional Easter flowers? It’s a question customers often ask this time of year. We explore some of the most popular petals, all of which are available in stunning floral arrangements hand-made by our talented local florists.

Easter lilies

If you’re asking what is the flower of Easter, this might well be the answer over and above all others. Shaped like little trumpets, lilies certainly herald the arrival of spring! Mentioned in the Bible’s New and Old Testament, Christians closely associate this flower with Jesus Christ.

Some accounts suggest the white lily first formed from Jesus’s sweat hitting the ground shortly before his death. Others suggest the flower was growing in gardens where he prayed on the Eve of his crucifixion.

We do know with certainty that lilies bloom this time of year. White lilies symbolise rebirth and purity and there is no question they look exquisite in flower arrangements!


We began with the most traditional Easter flower, so let’s now move on to the most prolific.

The Netherlands is the garden bowl of the world, and tulips are its number one flower. Some reports suggest this small European nation produces more than 3 billion bulbs a year!

Tulips begin to bloom in spring, with many suggesting their elegant shape resembles small Easter eggs. With the mind-boggling variety of petal colours and textures now available, they certainly make for an incredible assortment of eggs!


It would be remiss to talk about this time of year and not mention the national flower of Wales. Some of the earliest spring flowers to bloom each year, daffodils have a strong rebirth connotation, often popping up out of nowhere from dry ground to cast spectacular sunshine yellow across the landscape.


Bunny rabbits and daisies go hand-in-hand with seasonal cuteness overload, don’t they? Also associated with the passion of Christ, daisies are the perfect, whimsical addition to an Easter basket of flowers.

We hope you’ve enjoyed discovering a little more about popular traditional Easter flowers. All the team here at Arbour Blooms wishes you a lovely spring and summer ahead. If we can help you with any of your flower orders, please just reach out to us!

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