Recipe Same As Very Berry Punch:
Hot Pink Mini Carnations
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Doesn't Everyone Love Easter Lilies?
I'd be thrown off if I ever met someone who didn't like Easter lilies. I'm sure this person would have a good reason, but I can't think of one off hand. Easter lilies are just that cool! Though not really a "plant" per se, I have decided that these springtime favorites should be the featured plant profile for March.
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Easter is coming up soon. It's one of my favorite times of year. Spring weather is gorgeous which means blossoming flowers, warm rain showers, and blogs that randomly break into rhyme. With Spring comes Easter and with Easter comes Easter lilies.
Everyone loves the Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum). It's no surprise. It's great! My favorite thing about Easter lilies is that they bring to mind so many different memories for each person. It doesn't matter who is looking at them. Each year provides another memory and another reason to send Easter lilies to a loved one.
My favorite memory involving Easter lilies takes place in church. (Go figure, right?) My mother always loved attending the sunrise services held each Easter Sunday. One particular morning started out rather chilly because of a morning breeze.
We warmed up quickly, at least warmed our hearts, as my good friend and pastor began a short sermon. He began to discuss the many flowers that we see each Easter on the altar. After finishing the sermon he gave each of us a small Easter lily to drive his point home. We were all duly impressed. This simple gesturer along with the memory of his words solidified my opinion of the beautiful flowers.
Do you have a favorite memory that involves Easter lilies? Share it! We always love to hear how your life has been touched by flowers.