Adrian Durban Florist

Adrian Durban Florist

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Celebrate Spring With Easter Lilies

By Kerry Durban on April 15, 2019 in Easter, Flowers. 0 Comments

Easter Elegant Easter Flowers "The beautiful spring came, and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also." ~Harriet Ann Jacobs Now that spring has arrived, we eagerly anticipate the celebration of Easter, with its sweet pastel colors, delicious fresh treats and small, soft animals. At Adrian Durban Florist, we also love to celebrate spring with Easter Lilies, also known as Peace Lilies. The color and shape of the Easter Lily is practically designed for spring. With creamy white petals symbolizing purity and new life, and a trumpeted shape that's perfect for announcing a fresh new season, this gorgeous flower is a natural favorite at Easter. Let our floral experts help you choose the perfect Easter Lily to share as you prepare to celebrate Easter this spring. Read More about Celebrate Spring With Easter Lilies

A Basket Of Fresh Greens

By Kerry Durban on March 26, 2018 in Easter, Holidays, Plants. 0 Comments

In February 2018, the famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow and predicted six more weeks of winter, and that prediction has come true for much of the country. Storms in the west and snows in the east have done their best to chase away the spring, which has made flower deliveries from Adrian Durban Florist of central Ohio all the more welcoming. Read More about A Basket Of Fresh Greens

Easter Flowers, Centerpieces & Gifts

By Kerry Durban on March 23, 2017 in Easter, Flowers. 0 Comments

Easter is a celebration of fun, color, and tradition - and every family seems to have their own customs. Whether your morning will consist of an egg hunt or a sunrise service, Adrian Durban Florist has the right flowers for the day. How do you celebrate? Did You Know? The Easter egg has its origination in ancient spring festivals. The egg was considered a symbol of fertility, and women would carry as many eggs as possible around with them, often in grass "nests". The nests eventually became baskets - and were used to carry the eggs, flowers, and other treats.  Read More about Easter Flowers, Centerpieces & Gifts