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Indian Festival Flowers

Indian Festival Flowers
Indian Festival

Celebrate Traditional Indian Festivals with Fresh Flowers

A common thing that unites all Indians across the globe is cultural festivals. India is not a single country, it's 28 small countries joining one nation, and every region has its unique festival in India. Some of the traditional Indian Festivals are Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Basant Panchami, Maha Shivaratri, Onam, and Teej these are celebrated with regional fresh flowers

And, occasions like Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami, Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, and Diwali are among the commonly celebrated festivities all over the world including Australia. Let's indulge in all festivals and flowers used on these special occasions. 


This brightest festival in India celebrated in the month of October or November has a special place in every heart. For a perfect Diwali flowers decoration, below are the famous florets that you should order for a Happy Diwali. 

  • Carnation flower heads

  • Rose heads 

  • Mixed garlands of Marigold and mango petals 

  • Carnation Heads for Diwali

Prepare a simple Diwali flower rangoli to welcome your guest traditionally. Lotus flower for Diwali holds a special significance, and you can use it to decorate the centre table.    

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi falls in the month of September and the decor should be colourful, bright, and full of enthusiasm. Take 'fragranceful inspiration' for flower decoration for Ganesh Chaturthi and plan a unique decoration using blossoms like:

  • Jasmine

  • Mixed flower string of roses & hibiscus

  • Carnations

             Jasmine for Ganesh Festival    Marigold for Ganesh Festival Decoration

Rakhsha Bandhan

To celebrate the strongest bond of brothers and sisters, make a perfect combo of flowers and gifts. Enjoy this August festival with your family and delicious treats. Coming to floral decor, you can pick:

  • Roses

  • Marigold

  • Carnations

              Carnations for Rakshabandan    Pink Roses for Decoration

Maha Shivaratri

To celebrate the most significant fast in the months of February or March and indulge in the devotion of Lord Shiva, you can order flowers online like:

  • Marigold flowers garland

  • Seasonal florets

  • Red roses

              Red Roses for Maha Shivaratri Decoration    Marigold Garlands


Indulge in the pious nine-day festivity with the freshness of seasonal flowers. This festival is celebrated in September or October and you can start your flower decoration for Navratri with:

  • Jasmine

  • Marigold

  • Roses

  • Mixed flower garland

               Jasmine Flowers for Navratri Decoration    Marigold Flowers for Navratri Decoration


Enjoy this colourful festival that falls in March with your loved ones with delightful sweets, organic colours and fresh blossoms. Decorate your place with:

  • Fresh carnation flowers head

  • Colourful Orchid 

  • Roses 

               Purple Orchids for Holi Festival    Blue Orchids for Holi Festival


This harvest festival arrives in August or September and is celebrated to commemorate King Mahabali in Kerala and many other places of the world. Order flowers in Melbourne and decorate your home using fresh:

  • Jasmine

  • Red roses 

  • Carnation


Janmashtami is among the most celebrated festivals across the globe and it's celebrated in the month of August. To commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna, choose:

  • Garland of mix flowers

  • Marigold

  • Roses

    Get quick flower delivery in Melbourne at your doorsteps from the nearest florist and begin the festivities with loads of love and devotion.

              Marigolds for Janmashtami    Rose Heads for Janmashtami


This festival is dedicated to celebrating the sacred union of Parvati and Shiva in July or September. Women keep fast on this day and to popular flowers to mark this occasion are:

  • Red roses

  • Carnations

  • Jasmine

Basant Panchami 

This festivity is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, and it's the festival of celebrating ripening by farmers in January or February. This occasion has a special significance of yellow colours. Order these flowers online in Melbourne:

  • Garlands of marigold

  • Roses

    Rose Heads for Basant Panchami Marigolds for Basant Panchami


Pongal is celebrated all over the world in January as a thanksgiving festivity, and people express their gratitude towards the sun for a healthy harvest. Popular flowers for Pongal occasion are:

  • Marigold

  • Red roses 

  • Mango Leaves

Makar Sankranti

The festival of Makar Sankranti comes in january and it is among the most auspicious events as it's the first day of the sun's transition towards the Capricorn. And to make the celebration of Makar Sankranti, you can order flowers in Melbourne like:

  • Marigold

  • Red roses

  • Jasmine


It's primarily celebrated in January by Sikhs across the globe to embrace the entry of the sun to the northern hemisphere. This festival is all about 'Bhangra', delicious food and family get-together. Call your nearest florist in Melbourne and order:

  • Red and yellow roses

  • Carnations

  • Orchids

Send flowers in Melbourne to your loved ones to greet them this festive season with the freshness of blossoms. Mark these festivals with sheer joy, family and fresh blooms to make every moment memorable.  For more enquiry please contact us.

              Red & Yellow Roses for Decoration    White Orchids for Festival