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White Lily / Easter Lily

White Lily - Easter Lily
The White lily, popularly referred to as Easter Lily is imbued with symbolic significance and spiritual associations. The beautiful trumpet-shaped white lilies symbolize purity, virtue, innocence, hope and life—the spiritual essence of Easter, hence the name Easter Lily. Decorating homes and churches, the white lily embodies joy, hope and life. Whether as a flower gift or enjoyed in our own home, the White Easter Lily is beautiful reminder that Easter is a time of joy and celebration.  White lilies referred to as the “white-robed apostles of hope,” are closely associated with the Virgin Mary. Victorian flower language, the pure White Easter lily translates to youthful innocence.

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Pink Lilies

Pink Lilies
Since the beginning of time Pink lilies have played significant role in the allegorical tales concerning the sacrament of motherhood. The Pink lily is deeply identified with the ancient goddess of the Western World. It was said, that the first lily flower sprang from the breast milk of the Great Goddess Juno, empress of Nature. The Pink Lily is considered symbolic of wealth and prosperity. Pink lilies make a great gift for any occasion, be it birthday, anniversary or the birth of a child. The Pink Lily is also viewed as a sign of aspiration and hope.

Orange Lilies Orange Lilies
One of the most stunning colored lily, the orange lily may be either the Asiatic orange lily or the oriental orange lily. One of the most popular and celebrated of the orange lilies is the Tiger Lily. The Dramatic orange tiger lily has a strong, sweet distinctive smell, and most parts of this plant are edible. The Tiger Lily stands for wealth and prosperity, and the orange lily is an impactful colored flower with an attention grabbing allure. The Orange lily, is featured in many of our flower arrangements. Either artfully combined with yellow flowers or in monochromatic displays with other orange flowers.
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Yellow Lilies Yellow Lilies
The Yellow Lily elegant, and lush with its delicate perfume and rich beauty is favorite in our flower creations. At a time the meaning of yellow lily flowers was connected to feminine sexuality. The meaning of having dreams of lily was said to be ensuing marriage, happiness and prosperity. The Yellow lily may be either an asiatic or oriental yellow lily, and adds cheer to any flower bouquet. In the Victorian language of flowers the yellow lily was symbolic of gaiety, falsehood and a sense of walking on air.
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Red Lilies Red Lilies
Red is the first spectral color our eyes see and the red lily has the same attention grabbing allure. The Red Lily is not as common as some of the other colors, and recently the appeal of red lilies has broadened, as extensive hybridization has produced a myriad of exquisite new varieties. Among the most popular red lilies are, the blood red lily, the Jet fire red lily and the Terracotta red lily, which is the variety that we use in our flower bouquets and arrangements. The red lily is featured in only a few of our more exotic arrangements due to their exceptional and unusual nature.
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Stargazer Lilies Stargazer Lilies
The Stargazer lily is among the most striking and celebrated lilies, a favorite for absolutely any occasion. The Stargazer lily with its dramatic blooms and heavenly scent is a recent addition to the lily family. A hybrid, the Stargazer lily has an exotic appeal, and combines beautifully with most flowers, adding a glamorous touch to any flower creation. The Stargazer lily is a favorite of our customers and we use it in multiple flower bouquets and arrangements to add that extra special dramatic touch.
 
Oriental Lilies Oriental Lilies
Oriental lilies have become increasingly popular, due to their large, blooms and heavy, sweet perfume. Oriental lilies are larger with more dramatic appearance than Asiatic lilies and have a sensational fragrance. Among the two most popular varieties of oriental lilies are the Stargazer Oriental Lilies and the White Casa Blanca Oriental Lilies. One thing to keep in mind is that as oriental lilies open there will be "pollen sticks" (anthers) that you should remove as soon as is practical. If left on they will shed an orange rust colored pollen that can stain clothing.
 
Asiatic Lilies Asiatic Lilies
Asiatic lilies are probably the most popular landscape or garden lily. The upward or outward facing flowers of Asiatic lilies are available in a widest range of colors usually speckled with dark spots. Asiatic lilies can be found in bright and pastel shades of almost any color except blue. Asiatic lilies are among the first lilies to bloom, and are hardy compared to other varieties. They differ greatly from oriental lilies in that they have the least scent of all the lilies and are smaller in size. We use variety of Asiatic lilies in our flower creations that include yellow, orange, light pink, terracotta colors.
 
Calla Lilies Calla Lilies
The Calla Lily which is originally from the continent of Africa, is rich with history, and has been treasured as a flower of celebration since the ancient roman times. The Calla Lily is unparalleled in its sophistication, simple beauty and innate grace. The Calla Lily, first cherished as a celebration of light, then a funeral flower, in today’s world the Calla Lily has become one of the most desired flowers brides use to celebrate their wedding day. Calla lilies make an elegant addition to any home, and are symbolic of purity and beauty. As a cut flower, Calla Lilies last a long time making the Calla Lily’s bloom is a show-stopper with its wide range of colors make it a special flower to enjoy. The Calla Lily is a thing of timeless beauty that excels in celebration of weddings, sympathy or just to celebrate the joy of living.
 
Peruvian Lilies

Peruvian Lilies
The Peruvian Lily or Alstroemeria as it is often called, is a beautifully spotted trumpet shaped flower that comes in wide range of colors. Originally native to South America, the Peruvian Lily was introduced to Europe by Swedish botanist Baron Von Alstroemeria in the late 18th century, hence the name Alstroemeria. Extremely popular, for almost any floral gift giving occasion, the Peruvian lily stands for friendship and devotion. A great compliment to almost any flower type in any color, Peruvian lilies or Alstroemeria is widely used by us in a variety of our flower bouquets and arrangements.

 
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