WHEN IS EASTER 2018 AND WHY DOES THE DATE CHANGE?
This year, Easter falls on the 1 April and the reason it changes every year is that Easter Sunday must always fall on the next full moon after the spring equinox. This was established by the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE and has been followed ever since. The date can vary though depending on whether the Gregorian or Julian calendar is being used.
FLOWERS ASSOCIATED WITH EASTER
There are several flower types closely associated with Easter celebration. The traditional Easter lily is representative of Christ’s resurrection and symbolises innocence, purity and new life. White tulips represent forgiveness, irises stand for faith and hope, whereas hyacinths are a symbol of peace.
This year’s collection of Easter flowers, plants and gifts has been created to celebrate the time of rebirth and renewal and brighten your home to impress the guests gathered around the Sunday table. Choose from a wide range of stunning flower arrangements, potted plants and delectable hamper baskets available for same or next delivery, in time for Easter celebration.
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