Easter Lily Plant (Lilium longiflorum)

Easter Lily Plant


What is Easter Lily Plant

A traditional symbol of hope, peace, and purity during the Easter season (and beyond), the aptly-named Easter Lily Plant is a beacon of elegance. White trumpet-shaped blossoms emit unmatched fragrance, welcoming passers-by no matter where they’re placed. by entryways, on patios, dressing up tabletops and more.

Whether you gift them or use them as lovely living centerpieces during the holidays, they delight with their natural blooms and pure white color. Often referred to as the Trumpet Lily, this plant’s full flowers and contrasting dark-green foliage dress up any area with ease – from Easter entryways to springtime tabletops and more.

You get the vibrant, iconic good looks of the Easter Lily and the promise of healthy, effortless growth. First, we ship your Easter Lily with tight buds and no open flowers. This tried-and-true process ensures that you don’t miss out on any blooms!

Plus, your Easter Lily is grown and nurtured to bloom naturally in a home setting. That means no guesswork in growing for you – simply select the perfect spot for your Easter Lily, sit back and enjoy the show.

You won’t get the same bloom potential or no-nonsense care from gift order sites and big-box stores.

Don’t wait – these gorgeous gift flowers sell out quickly. Get your Easter Lily Plant today!

Note: Easter Lilies are toxic to cats and dogs so we advise keeping your plant a safe distance from curious furry friends.

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How to Grow and Care for Easter Lily Plant

Easter Lily Plant (Lilium longiflorum) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone Indoors


Select an area with full to partial sun for your Easter Lily (anywhere that receives 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day). A sunny window in your home is perfect.

You can keep your Easter Lily in its container until it’s ready to be repotted. When it outgrows its container, select a pot that’s about twice the size of your plant’s shipped container, use organic soil, and place your plant with the soil in its new pot. Also, ensure your new pot has drainage holes.


Generally, you’ll want to water your plant about once a week. If you’re not sure when to water your plant, simply check the surrounding soil for dryness. If the soil is dry about 2 inches down, place a couple of ice cubes at the top of the soil.

Easter Lily Plant (Lilium longiflorum) Details

Common name Easter Lily Plant
Botanical name Lilium longiflorum
Plant type Flowering Trees
Hardiness zone Indoors
Growth rate Medium
Height 1-3 ft.
Width 1-3 ft.