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Flower Symbolism: King Protea, Chrysanthemum and Easter Lily


Flower Symbolism - King Protea
King Protea, Chrysanthemum, Easter Lily

When I was picking these flowers the arranging drove the selection. The King Protea was first to draw me in, the yellow Chrysanthemum was next then the Easter Lily, but I needed more green to offset the colors. The green Chrysanthemums were called in. The green mums needed to surround the protea, the protea needed to be nestled and protected.

This is what came in as I arranged the flowers, the ancient protea carries the history and regenerative power of Our of Mother Earth. The green mums surround, protect and heal Our Mother and our true history. The yellow mum carries the pain and sorrow that Our Mother feels for those who have not found their way, those who are unable to release their sorrow and choose to neglect their Mother and the Unconditional Love She offers. The Easter Lily is the crown of thorns placed upon Jesus Christ’s head and the trumpet sounding the call. The Easter Lily speaks to the Unconditional Love of not only the Father but the Mother, the sacrifices made to offer us beauty in our lives and the truth that so many have rejected the message of salvation. In rejecting the message of salvation, they choose another way. The trumpet shape of this flower symbolizes the call of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the message of the seventh angel, “The seventh angel sounded his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, which said: “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah, and he will reign for ever and ever.” Revelation 11:15 NIV

King Protea,
Flower Symbolism: King Protea

KING PROTEA flowers symbolize transformation, diversity, courage, and strength. They stand for the ability to adapt to change and overcome challenges in life. Protea flowers are also associated with creativity, abundance, and new beginnings.

Protea Flower Meaning, Symbolism & Spiritual Significance

The protea flower (genus: Protea) is one of the oldest flowers on Earth, dating back millions of years.

CHRYSANTHEMUMS have gained several symbolic meanings, happiness, abundance and wealth, luck, long life and unconscious beauty.

GREEN chrysanthemums symbolize rebirth, renewal, good fortune, good health, and youthfulness.

YELLOW chrysanthemums in Victorian floral traditions, yellow chrysanthemums represented sorrow and neglected love, contradicting their bright, cheerful hue.

Flower Symbolism: Easter Lily
Flower Symbolism: Easter Lily

EASTER LILY: Known as the “white-robed apostles of hope,” fragrant white lilies were believed to symbolize the purity of Christ.

The trumpet shape of the Easter lily also fit into the image of a trumpet sounding the message that Jesus had risen and thus loss becomes a form of rebirth too.

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