For Rosh Hashanah flowers and gifts, we have you covered. This year, Rosh Hashanah starts 9/20 and ends 9/22, but ProFlowers Rosh Hashanah flowers will last at least a week!
Rosh Hashanah Gifts and Rosh Hashanah Flowers
A gift of Rosh Hashanah flowers is a time-honored way to celebrate the Jewish New Year. This annual festival marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and is celebrated on the first or second day of September. Rosh Hashanah is followed by Yom Kippur, known as the Day of Atonement and one of the two Jewish High Holy Days. Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on and is a time of self-examination and repentance for any wrongs the person might have done during past year. Observance of Rosh Hashanah begins with a ceremony known as “Tashlich,” which literally means “casting off.” Pieces of bread, representing the person’s sins committed during the previous year are tossed into a body of water. Several other foods play an important part of Rosh Hashanah. For example, apple slices are dipped in honey represent hope for the coming New Year and Challah bread symbolizes life’s continuity. ProFlowers offers an abundance of wonderful gifts that are extremely suited for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. From beautiful baskets of mouthwatering fruit to delicious baked items, you’ll find the perfect gift for all of your friends and family. Of course, apples and honey are also a great choice as a Hashanah gift, as they are traditional foods eaten during this Jewish holiday. Another great gift option is flowers. And ProFlowers offers 18 roses for those looking to gift in that traditional denomination. If you choose to send flowers for Rosh Hashanah, you will want to make sure they arrive at least a day early and look amazing. ProFlowers can help with an unbelievable selection of fresh and lovely bouquets. No matter how you observe Rosh Hashanah, be sure to send gifts to those who you know observe it as it is this holiday on which a person's gains and losses for the upcoming year are decided. A bouquet of Rosh Hashanah flowers or a Rosh Hashanah gift of any kind can help start the year off on a positive note.