The Easter Lily, also known as the Bermuda lily, is an emblem of spring and has been adopted by many churches as a symbol of the resurrection of Christ. This plant originated on the southern islands of Japan, and produces a number of trumpet shaped, fragrant, white flowers.
Echinacea, commonly called the "coneflower", is a group of herbaceous, flowering plants in the daisy family. They are endemic to eastern and central North America, where they are found in moist to dry prairies or open wooded areas. The plant blooms from early to late summer and is drought tolerant.