Red roses in Christianity stand for a sign of Christ’s blood or as a symbol of love.
White lily in Christianity symbolizes Christ’s purity and divinity. They are also sometimes used in conjunction with references to the Virgin Mary for Her own purity.
The star shape of the Poinsettia flowers is said to represent the Star of Bethlehem.
Roses are chosen for marriages and funerals along with a variety of palm leaves.
Muslims associate olive trees with Paradise.
Leaves and flowers from the henna plant signify good fortune and fertility.
Lord Shiva loves Datura, Dry lotus, Nerium Oleander flower, etc.
Goddess Lakshmi sits on lotus, its a symbol of fertility, youthfulness, and beauty.
Marigold garlands are very commonly used in the Hindu religion.
Goddess Saraswati is associated with Indian Magnolia (Champaka)
Lotus in Buddhism is a symbol of purity and spiritual elevation.
Olive trees represent beauty, peace, prosperity, and God’s relationship with His people.