- Fedrick Chettiar
An Easter garden is a popular and meaningful way to celebrate the Easter holiday. It is a miniature garden that is usually created indoors, but can also be made outdoors, using materials such as soil, rocks, plants, and figurines. The garden is designed to represent the empty tomb of Jesus, and it typically includes a small hill or mound to represent Golgotha, where Jesus was crucified, as well as a small cave or tomb where Jesus was laid to rest. Many people choose to decorate their Easter gardens with colorful flowers and greenery to symbolize new life and resurrection, and some even add small crosses or other religious symbols to further emphasize the significance of the holiday. Overall, the Easter garden is a beautiful and meaningful way to honor the traditions and beliefs of the Easter season.