Easter Lilies

Known for their symbolism and unique appearance, these bulbs are grown in the millions each year. The Easter Lily’s flower looks like most of its relatives, but what sets it apart is the interesting way the inflorescence faces out or downward on a sharply bent stalk. This gives them the appearance of trumpets, or white robes if they’re downturned quite a bit. The species and its various cultivars are all white and fragrant, since the demand for them is mainly driven by their association with the Easter holiday and therefore the religious significance of white.