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Easter Lilies

Easter lily bouquets are a classic, fresh and refined. Whether you’re sending a bursting plant or a handcrafted bouquet from a local florist, our collection sends the perfect message.

Easter Lily FAQ

Why Is the Lily Associated with Easter?

In Christian religions, lily flowers are a common motif that typically represent purity, whether that be within art or Biblical verses. It’s said that lilies grew where Jesus’ sweat and tears fell to the ground during his crucifixion—hence their association with his rebirth on Easter. Apart from its religious roots, Easter lilies also gained their name from the season when they bloom. When the blossom was brought to the United States, florists in Philadelphia would only have them available to sell around the time of Easter celebrations. With the combined power of Biblical references and increased production in the United States, lilies quickly became one of the most popular Easter flowers on the market!

What are Typical Easter Lily Prices?

Easter lilies are a unique flower—their large petals and long pistils give them a distinct look that floral lovers can’t get enough of. Because of their high demand, Easter lily arrangements range from $40 to $150. The best bouquets feature other smaller flowers to provide contrast with the large blooms. No matter your personal style, FTD has an Easter lily that will bring a smile to your face. With some of the lowest prices on the market, the quality of our blooms are second-to-none. This year fill your Easter baskets with as many lilies as possible! Not to mention, we pride ourselves on a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don’t absolutely love your blossoms, we’ll fix it in a flash. We also promise seven full days of freshness so you can make the most out of your beautiful Easter lily arrangement.

Can You Plant an Easter Lily Outdoors?

Unfortunately, our Easter lily bouquets are not able to be planted outside. We cut the flowers fresh for same day delivery so you get to enjoy their elegant presence for as long as possible. Without a bulb or root network, your blooms won’t last long being planted in the garden. However, we do have several Easter plants that can be planted outside once you’re done enjoying them indoors! The Pure and Simple Gardenia Topiary would make a great addition to any garden and keep the spirit of Easter alive all year round.