How to Choose Flowers for Rosh Hashanah
What better way to decorate the table to usher in the New Year than with an arrangement of scented flowers? We’ve put together a quick guide for choosing flowers for the Rosh Hashanah festivities but we’re also here to help – if you have any questions you can email us here or call us on 01730 818 300.
White Flowers for Rosh Hashanah
White is a symbol of purity, positivity and clarity, and white flowers are a popular choice for Rosh Hashanah. White also represents a blank canvas and so signifies the idea of the new possibilities ahead in the year to come. Our Pure Bouquet is brimming with scented white and ivory roses from our Fairtrade farm. Hand-tied to order with seasonal foliage and aromatic herbs by one of our expert florists, it’s a fitting arrangement to welcome in the new year in your home.
Autumn Tones for Rosh Hashanah Flowers
Seasonal colours such as deep reds, soft oranges and muted pinks also work well for Rosh Hashanah, complementing the apples, pomegranates and other fruit that adorn the table. Our Wild Autumnal Bouquet is hand-tied with the best blooms, berries and foliage the season has to offer and our Dahlia & Herb Bouquet showcases our glorious English dahlias, exquisitely arranged with wildflowers and herbs. Dahlias symbolise grace, inner strength and kindness and so are doubly appropriate for a time of setting goals and intentions for the year ahead during Rosh Hashanah.
Table Centrepieces for Rosh Hashanah
The round Challah eaten at Rosh Hashanah symbolises the cyclical nature of the year and represents the idea of a year in which life and its blessings have no end. Flowers displayed in a round arrangement can also convey this idea and so form the perfect accompaniment. Our hat boxes filled with fragrant roses and herbs can be placed straight on the table – choose from the Pure Hat Box filled with scented white roses or the English Summer Hat Box with the best of what’s in bloom on our Hampshire Farm. Our signature hat boxes also make a useful keepsake to treasure into the new year.
When to Send Flowers for Rosh Hashanah
If you are planning to send flowers as a gift for Rosh Hashanah we’d suggest arranging a delivery for Thursday 26 September or Friday 27 September so the blooms can be enjoyed both before and after the festival. We can deliver flowers same day Monday to Saturday in London and next day throughout the UK from Tuesday to Saturday, direct from our Hampshire farm workshop. We can also help with a bespoke arrangement or bouquet for Rosh Hashanah – you can email us here or call us on 01730 818300.