Easter Flowers

A lovely selection of flowers for this Easter

Celebrate and let someone know you are thinking of them this Easter.  Send flowers, fruit or chocolate to someone this Easter. 5% online discount and free delivery in our Essex delivery areas. Delivery available for Easter week and Saturday (we do not delivery on Bank Holidays)

Beautiful range of Easter baskets to celebrate this religious festival in Essex   send a wonderful flowers et this easter to Essex.  A stunning handtied of flowers together with a balloon and an Esater egg.  Easter hampers comprising fruit and chocolate to send to someone to celebrate Easter in Essex

Sending Easter Flowers

It's easy to send flowers to someone this Easter.  Browse and order online for a special 5% discount or call us to place your order.  It's a wonderful opportunity to tell someone you are thinking of them with flowers and gifts and it's a great way to celebrate this religious festival.

When is Easter?

The date of Easter Sunday varies from year to year. It is celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon, on or after 21 March. In 2023 Easter Sunday is on 9 April. The week leading up to Easter is called Holy Week. Holy Week Palm Sunday This is the Sunday before Easter Sunday. It is the first day of Holy Week and celebrates Jesus's arrival in Jerusalem riding on a donkey. Crowds of people came out of the city to greet him, throwing down palm branches on the road. Anglican and Roman Catholic churches give out small crosses made from palm leaves, as a reminder of Jesus's entrance into Jerusalem and his death on the cross. Some Christians keep these in their homes all year as a symbol of their faith. Palm Sunday Maundy Thursday This is the Thursday before Easter Day. On Maundy Thursday Christians remember when Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples, breaking bread and drinking wine. Christians refer to this meal as the Last Supper. Many Christians remember the Last Supper by sharing bread and wine together in a church service called Holy Communion, Eucharist or Mass. It is a reminder that Jesus sacrificed his life for mankind. The last supper Good Friday Good Friday is the Friday before Easter Sunday. It commemorates the execution of Jesus by crucifixion. Good Friday is a day of mourning in church. During special Good Friday services Christians remember Jesus's suffering and death on the cross, and what this means for their faith. In some countries, there are special Good Friday processions, or re-enactments of the Crucifixion. Calvary Easter Sunday Easter Sunday marks Jesus's resurrection. After Jesus was crucified on the Friday his body was taken down from the cross and buried in a cave tomb. The tomb was guarded by Roman soldiers and an enormous stone was put over the entrance. On Sunday Mary Magdalene and some of Jesus's disciples visited the tomb. They found the stone had been moved and that Jesus's body had gone. Jesus was seen later that day by Mary and the disciples, and for forty days afterwards by many people. His followers realised that God had raised Jesus from the dead. Christians call this the resurrection.

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