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The Best Flowers For A Funeral

In the U.S.A, we are lovers of flowers, among other things, because they transmit joy, happiness and are in themselves beneficial for health and life in general. But they do much more than that.
In times of loss, farewell, and sadness, they give comfort and show respect. They have their own language, they tell a story with all the meanings associated with it, and they accompany us in all the moments of life, even in the most painful moments.
we already told you how to choose flowers for a funeral, and today we review which are the best flowers for occasions like these.
Agapanthus
The nickname of this flower is “flower of love” and comes from the Greek words ‘agape’ (love) and ‘ethos’ (flower). No doubt it is a perfect flower if the lost person is someone you loved and wanted a lot.
Astromelia
Represents eternal friendship and is a more than right choice if you want to commemorate one last time the strong friendship that you joined someone.
Cala
Represents purity, sympathy, and beauty. The shape of these flowers, with their stylized ornate chalices, is ideal if you want a floral arrangement that decorates the church. Chrysanthemums
The white and yellow chrysanthemums are used a lot to say goodbye to a loved one in Asia. This flower of gold, as we told you in the post about flowers for All Saints’ Day, symbolizes the desire for a long and prosperous life, in addition to good luck.
Dalia
Symbolizes wealth, strength and throws the message “forever yours.” It is perfect for farewells and to celebrate love.
Freesia
Along with the dahlia, freesia gives off a slight perfume and is another great representative of unconditional love. It is also among the 5 most resistant and durable flowers.
Hydrangea
It symbolizes gratitude, grace, and beauty. Its colors represent love, harmony, and peace, which makes it the perfect flower for a funeral.

Lily
It could not be missing from the list of favorite flowers for moments of loss, as it is one of the most representative flowers of moments like this. It is closely linked to Holy Week and it’s pure, serene and elegant appearance expresses desires for improvement in times of loss and mourning.
Lisianthus
Symbolizes appreciation, gratitude, and charisma. It is a precious way to thank the lost person.
Rosa
If there is a flower that expresses love above all, that is the rose, perfect for a commemorative bouquet. Each color of the rose has a meaning and it is important to know it to get it right and not throw a wrong message.
From the U.S.A, we want to accompany you with our flowers even at the most difficult times and that is why we have a special catalog for these occasions. We have all kinds of flowers and arrangements for funerals and cemeteries, and our proposal includes wreaths, palms or flower crosses.

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