Favorites in Funeral Planter Baskets
Candle Moss Garden
Peace LilySpathiphyllum Plant
Phalaenopsis With Angel Garden
Paisley and Ivy
Moss Dish Garden Planter
Candle & Orchid Moss Garden
Planter Garden With Angel
European Ceramic Garden
Terrarium Planter With Lid
Ceramic Dish Garden
Dracena Lemon Lime Plant
Paisley & Calla
Phalaenopsis Moss Garden
Paisley Peace Lily
Anthirium Delight Garden
Serenity Calla Garden
Best Value Planter Dish Garden
Anthurium Moss Garden
About Funeral Planter Baskets
Planters & Dish gardens are a great gift for all occasions. They come in a variety of containers ranging from glass, terracotta, or baskets. Fresh flowers are a great way to add some extra color to this special gift. Planters are a great condolence gift for a family member to take home in remembrance of their loved one. Dishgardens can be delivered right to the funeral home. Griffins delivers Columbus funeral flowers, Newark funeral flowers, Westerville funeral flowers, and Central Ohio funeral flowers with only the perfectly worded sentiments on each funeral gift.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Griffin's the best place for a sympathy planter?
When we talk about customer service, we mean more than just efficiency, exactness, and courtesy. We mean that we operate from a "Yes We Can" mentality, which starts with having a variety of quality flowers and plants on hand for our customers to choose from, all of which have been meticulously designed, cared for and quality checked before they make their way into the world. We source our florals from across the globe, often directly from growers, which allows us to offer them not only the best quality but at the best price.
For us, integrity and service are givens. Connect with the best, connect with Griffin's Floral Design.
Where does Griffin's Floral Design offer same-day delivery of funeral planters?
Griffin's Floral Design is honored to serve all funeral homes, memorial centers, churches, and cemeteries in the Greater Columbus, Ohio area. This includes, but is not limited to the towns of: Alexandria, Bexley, Black lick, Buckeye Lake, Canal Winchester, Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, Galloway, Grandview Heights, Granville, Grove City, Groveport, Hanover, Heath, Hebron, Hilliard, Johnstown, Kirkersville, Lewis Center, New Albany, Newark, Pataskala, Pickerington, Powell, Reynoldsburg, South Columbus, Thornville, Upper Arlington, Utica, Westerville, Whitehall, and Worthington.
This also includes the funeral homes:Academy-Professional Funeral Home,Brucker & Kishler Funeral Home,Caliman Funeral Services,Cook & Son-Pallay Funeral Home,Cotner Funeral Home,Criss Wagner Hoskinson Funeral and Cremation Services ,Day Funeral Service Canal Winchester,Diehl-Whittaker Funeral Service,Dwayne R Spence Funeral Home,Edwards Funeral Service,Evans Funeral Home,Gary Memorial Chapel & Funeral Home,Henderson-Van Atta-Stickle Funeral & Cremation Services,Hill Funeral Home,Jerry Spears CO The Funeral Directors,Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home,Marlan Gary Funeral Home, Chapel of Peace,McPeek-Hoekstra Funeral Home,Moreland Funeral Home INC,Newcomer Funeral Home & Crematory,O R Woodyard CO,Pfeifer Funeral Home & Crematory,Reed Egan Funeral Home,Rutherford Funeral Homes & Crematories,Rutherford-Corbin Funeral Homes & Crematories,Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Service - Dublin,Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Service - Worthington, Spence Dwayne R Funeral Home,Spence Miller Funeral Home,Tidd Funeral Home & Porter-Tidd Funeral Home,Vensil & Chute Funeral Home, and Weir-arend Funeral Home
What is the best plant to give for a funeral?
Much like flowers, plants can convey a range of emotions. The peace lily is by far, the most popular plant to send for its easy care and symbolism of innocence and purity.
Why are plants given at funerals?
The peace lily is by far the most popular sympathy plant, but choosing the right plant is about what the recipient would like. If they are a creative, unique person, sending an anthurium garden, might be more appropriate.
Are plants appropriate to send in-lieu of flowers?
Usually, there are instructions attached to "in lieu of flowers". Following those directions is important for respecting the wishes of the deceased. Of course, sending plants as a condolence gift to the family is usually appropriate.
How do I keep my funeral planter alive?
Many of our funeral planters contain low-maintenance plants. Watering once a week, in in-direct light is usually a great way to keep them alive and growing. For most specific plant care, reach out to one of our experts, we'd love to help.