The Easter lily, also known as the Bermuda lily, is an emblem of spring and is a traditional symbol of hope and purity during the Easter holiday season. This plant produces a number of trumpet shaped, fragrant, white flowers.
Potted Easter lilies grown indoors will need bright, indirect natural daylight. Cool temperatures between 65-75°F are best for growing Easter lily plants. Indoors, Easter lilies require a medium moisture level and must not be allowed to stand in water for any length of time. Easter lilies prefer slightly acidic to neutral soil (6.5-7.0). Hardiness zones range from 4-9.