Pink lilies with their vibrant soft colours and irresistible fragrance are one of the most popular additions to bouquets. Choose from a mixed bouquet or pink lily bouquet and surprise someone with a floral delivery from SerenataFlowers.com.
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Flowers were beautiful if not a little too much greenery, but when the lilies opened a week later, they were the largest, most beautiful I’d ever seen. My mother loved them and they lasted for 2 whole weeks.
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Pink Lilies (Lillium) are herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs, with most species native to the temperatures of northern hemisphere, though their range extends into the northern subtropics. Many plants use "lily" as their description, when in fact they are not "true" lilies. Lilies produce large distinct flowers that come in shades of white, yellow, orange, pink, red and purple (resembling almost black). The markings on the flower can be in form of spots or strokes. Pink lilies bloom in spring or late summer. The taxonomy of lilies includes seven types - Martagon, Pseudolirium, Liriotypus, Archelirion, Sinomartagon, Leucolirion, Daurolirion.
Pink lilies are most suitable for following occasions:
Birthday flowers for mum
Birthday flowers for a friend
Birth of baby girl
Congratulations on new home
Congratulations on new job
We have a wide range of either mixed bouquets featuring pink lilies, including our bestselling Strawberry Sundae bouquet, Madonna, Someday Dreamer or use can choose bouquets crafter only from lilies like our Calliope bouquet. All of our pink lily bouquets come with free standard delivery available also at weekends.
Pink lilies are delivered in bud form, for two reasons. They are protecting the flower during the delivery process and secondly, the new owner of the bouquet can enjoy their beauty for a lot longer than when they are delivered opened. Our lilies come in sturdy cardboard box with their own supply of plant food and water. We also enclose instructions so that the recipient knows how to take care of them properly to make them last longer.
Lilies, just like other fresh cut flowers, need a little care before you can enjoy them. When your pink lilies are delivered, trim off excessive leaves and foliage, cut their stems around 3cm at a 45-degree angle and place them in a cleaned vase with fresh water. Add the supplied plant food and place them in a light room, away from draft or too warm places in the house. Keep them out of reach for cats as they can cause serious harm.
Meaning of Pink Lilies
Pink lilies have various meanings and symbolism, but they are most commonly used as a symbol of motherhood and pink lily bouquets are therefore often given to mums. This meaning could be derived from the mythology which tells a story of Hera, a Greek Goddess whose breast milk dropped to the Earth and lily started growing in that spot. Another meaning of lilies associates them with prosperity and hope. Lilies of this colour therefore make a wonderful gift for a new mum, to give someone as a congratulations gift on new job, or moving into a new home. They are also very popular as a flower for Mother's Day and a great alternative for usually more expensive roses.
Pink lilies for any occasion
Lilies are popular addition to mixed bouquet due to their impressive size and irresistible fragrance. Most commonly used in bouquets for new mums, lilies also make beautiful wedding flowers in combination with roses. To have pink lilies delivered, order from SerenataFlowers.com and enjoy our free standard delivery 7 days a week. Place your order anytime weekday by 10pm and you will get your flowers delivered the next day.
Are you wondering whether you can send pink lilies as sympathy flowers? White lilies are normally used for funerals, but lilies in general are considered as funeral flowers and symbolize the soul of the departed receiving a restored innocence after death. Therefore there shouldn't be anything offending or unusual to bring or send a bouquet of pink lilies, preferably mixed with other flowers to a funeral or send as sympathy flowers.
One thing you need to be cautious about when it comes to lilies is the fact that they are poisonous to cats. Any part of lily plant can be toxic for cats and you should always keep the flowers our of their reach or in a room where they don't have access. If you have suspicion that your cat might have eaten any part of the plant, contact your vet immediately.