Rosh Hashanah Flowers, Gifts & Plants
Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, is a two-day celebration that usually occurs during September. As a tradition, it’s the perfect time to send a gift, like fruit and treat baskets, to your friends and family members.
Celebrating Rosh Hashanah
While everyone celebrates Rosh Hashana, or the Jewish New Year, differently, it’s a time where we come together, reflect, and better ourselves. Typically occurring in the month of September, Rosh Hashana also begins High Holidays and ends with Yom Kippur – the holiest day of the Jewish Year. Whatever your celebrations are, we have a great selection of Rosh Hashanah gifts for the host or to bring to your gathering.
What to bring to Rosh Hashanah
Some of the most meaningful ways to celebrate the Jewish New Year is with gifts that embody tradition. No Rosh Hashanah is complete without the perfect spread of food to share with your friends, family, and loved ones. Some common Rosh Hashanah gifts found on nearly every table include honey, apples, and other fruits. These offerings are not only present because they are tasty, but they hold special symbolism and different meanings for this holiday. Honey is to symbolize a sweet New Year and is heavily incorporated into the Rosh Hashanah meal. Other food items are given a place at the Rosh Hashana service, like apples, pomegranates, and fruits we haven’t enjoyed yet in the New Year. You can also find dates, beets, and carrots in abundance at any celebration.
Kosher Food & Rosh Hashanah Gifts
Looking for the perfect Jewish New Year gifts and Rosh Hashanah gift ideas for the celebration you were invited to? Rosh Hashanah flowers are always appreciated and make a beautiful gesture as you bring in the Jewish New Year with your loved ones. They add color to any home and deliver a heartfelt message that will be brought into the new year. If you want to add something to share with the celebration, Rosh Hashanah gift baskets are a great choice! We offer plenty of certified Kosher items, pending on your hosts’ dietary restrictions, that will bring a smile on this special holiday. Even if you cannot make it to the gathering, sending a gift basket is a thoughtful way to wish your loved ones the very best in the new year.