It’s the Jewish New Year!

AFM1From September 13th to September 15th, it’s Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year. It’s a special celebration that recognizes the end of one year and the fresh start to a new one.AFM2

At this time, there is reflection, prayer, and goals set for the New Year. Families and friends come together to visit Temple and enjoy meals.

To help set the mood, we are here with special flower arrangements and flower centerpieces that add color and enhance a special New Year table.AFM3

Here are some ideas to consider:

  • Tropical Fall is a unique display of birds of paradise, anthurium, ginger and tropical greenery.
  • Fashionably Fall includes yellow roses, solidago, and tiger lilies along with red alstromeria, purple spider mum and seasonal greenery in a ginger jar vase.AFM4
  • Calico Autumn contains purple and green hydrangea, red roses, and red berry accents in a bright display arranged in a low around vase.
  • Allen’s Autumn Basket has peach rose and carnations, yellow solidago and daisy pomss, and gerbera daisies, lavender snaps and greenery in a yellow handled wicker basket.
  • Earth and Wind is a compact arrangement that is overflowing with spray roses, sunflowers, hydrangea, curly willow, succulent plants and bear grass. The vase is filled with rocks and seashells.AFM5
  • Fall in Flanders features red gerberas, bittersweet, orange and red roses, purple stock, curly willow and foliage in a footed vase.AFM6
  • Sunkist is a bright flower arrangement of spray roses, daisy poms, and vibrant lilies in a glass vase.

Don’t forget we also have incredible gift baskets that you can order online, by phone, or in our store today!

Be sure to stop by our Long Beach flower shop for cash and carry specials or meet with our floral designers to create your own custom flower arrangements and custom floral centerpieces.AFM7

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Celebrating Rosh Hashanah with Floral Centerpieces, Bouquets, and More

lb3The Jewish New Year is here. This year, it is celebrated from September 24 until September 26th. Known as Rosh Hashanah, it is often referred to as the Head of the Year. Over the course of two days, many prayers, horn blowing, and food defines this observance of the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, representing the relationship between mankind and God

Celebrating the Jewish New Year

The Jewish New Year is a time to focus on that relationship with God and reflect on what you have done throughout the year, including those actions where you feel that it is now time to do penance for because of sins committed that you are now reflecting on. lb1

The observance of Rosh Hashanah includes many activities. One activity involves the sounding the shofar. This is a ram’s horn, which is used to announce the coronation of the king and calls for repentance from sin among all who want to continue their relationship with God.

This horn blowing also signals ten days of repentance that then ends with Yom Kippur, known as the Day of Atonement. The horn is blasted 100 times over the course of Rosh Hashanah services as a reminder of this need to repent.

Other parts of Rosh Hashanah include food, family, and celebrations. One of these involves eating an apple dipped in honey and many special foods that symbolize the blessings of a New Year. Special prayers are also said at services along with candle lighting ceremonies. march11lb1

Flowers and Gifts Await for Your Rosh Hashanah Observance

Our Long Beach flower shop has beautiful flower arrangements that are wonderful choices for Rosh Hashanah. You can decorate your home or gift them to loved ones. We can also make custom flower arrangements, custom floral centerpieces, and gifts based on your preferences and budget.

We only use the freshest flowers and greenery that are available. Our floral collection includes many varieties to choose from, including some summer and fall flowers. Every flower arrangement we make is hand arranged by our talented floral designers.

Our gift collection also includes cards, bakery items, and balloons as well as gift baskets full of fresh fruit or gourmet food that you can share with loved ones.falllb5

We hand deliver all of our flower arrangements and gifts throughout the Long Beach and Los Angeles area. Same day delivery is available as well as national delivery through our preferred network of florist partners across the country.

Check on our floral website or visit our Long Beach flower shop now to get ready for Rosh Hashanah!