Easter is time for sharing spring flowers with loved ones, in person, to brighten a family lot, as well as, to liven your home or office. The greenhouse at the Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill showcases the finest Easter flowers grown in the Delaware Valley.
Those who live near this Drexel Hill landmark count on this spring tradition offered by Arlington. After all, it was over 100 years ago that the property was developed into today’s 130 acre community cemetery. And on this Saturday, April 12th, the greenhouse will open to the public to breathe in all the colors and aromas. Arlington’s Easter flowers are grown by local growers and available in garden boxes, bulb gardens and individual flowering pots. Certainly you may review and order by web or phone, however, those approaches lack the refreshing joy the Arlington greenhouse offers to those who stop by. The greenhouse also has flowers that are not included in the ordering brochure. The greenhouse services are designed to provide simplicity, for families near and far, to add beauty to a family lot including placement services. Perhaps it is due to the long hold of this winter that makes this Easter seem so delightful to share flowers and blooms. Spring’s awakening to reflect and refresh.
The Arlington greenhouse will be open from April 12th though April 20th from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. to investigate the exceptional variety of flowers and garden boxes. Spring bulb gardens, blooming azalea, gardenia and mini-rose bushes, tulips and daffodils, and of course, Easter lily plants are just some of the available selection. Refresh your thoughts, reflect on memories and share a breath of spring this Easter.