Chrysanthemums are known as a typical funeral flower in many parts of Europe and Asia, as they are thought to symbolise grief. In the UK, they are known more to show friendship but are still a popular choice for funerals.
When choosing flowers for a funeral, you may also want to think about the preference of the person who passed away, and the cost of the flowers. It’s also important to remember to take into account the wishes of the family when choosing funeral flowers - some families would rather have donations in their loved one’s name rather than flowers, so it’s worth checking beforehand.
I hope you have learned more about the kind of flowers traditionally used in funerals and their meanings.
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