View Cart ()
Same Day Delivery available if you order by 3pm MST (Arizona time)

Traditional Christmas Flowers and Plants

Christmas is a time of joy and celebration. Decorating your home is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. This article will give you an overview of some of the traditional Christmas plants and flowers that you can use to decorate your home this year.

  • Christmas flowers and plants

Christmas is a time of joy and celebration. Decorating your home is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. This article will give you an overview of some of the traditional Christmas plants and flowers that you can use to decorate your home this year.


Poinsettias

Poinsettias are one of the most popular holiday plants because they come in various colors and sizes, so you can find one that suits your taste perfectly. Some of those colors are white, pink, yellow, marble, light pink and white bicolor, white variegated, and red and white variegated.

In addition to being ideal for indoor decorations, poinsettias make great outdoor decorations, too—make sure you bring them inside once temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.


Cyclamen

Cyclamens are a species of flowering plant that comes in shades ranging from white to deep pink. Above their heart-shaped leaves, cyclamen produce unusual flowers that resemble shooting stars. Depending on the variety, cyclamen can be white, pink, magenta, cherry red, or any combination thereof, and they bloom at varying times throughout the fall, winter, and early spring. This plant can also reach a height of 12 inches.

You can enjoy this flowering plant indoors for about a month. Water often to keep the soil moist but not soaked. Additionally, cyclamen prefers indirect light for optimal growth.


Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe is a type of succulent that comes in various colors and sizes. It's ideal for those looking for something less traditional than poinsettias. Plus, unlike poinsettias which require lots of sunlight, these plants thrive best in partial shade, so you don't have to worry about giving them too much attention during the colder months.


Red Roses

Red roses are classic Christmas flowers that look beautiful on any home decor. Whether you arrange them in a vase or use them in a centerpiece, red roses will add a festive touch to your holiday decorations.

To maintain red roses, keep away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Additionally, change the water in their vase every couple of days and give their stems a fresh cut on a deep angle to keep them looking fresh.


Red and White Carnations

Red and white carnations are a great addition to any holiday decorations. They look stunningly arranged in a vase or as part of a mixed floral arrangement, and their contrast of colors makes them extremely eye-catching.

If growing Carnations, they need ample sunlight to thrive, so ensure you keep them in a spot that gets plenty of light. Additionally, carnations prefer slightly alkaline soil with a pH of 6.5 to 7.0, so make sure you use the correct type of soil when planting them.


Anthurium

Anthuriums are believed to have originated in the tropical Americas and are known for their large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves and long-lasting bloom. The flowers come in various colors, including red, pink, white, yellow, purple, and evergreen.

To keep anthuriums blooming all season long, place them in indirect light and water them frequently. They prefer temperatures between 65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, so keep them away from cold drafts.


Holly Berries & Mistletoe

Holly berries and mistletoe are classic holiday decorations, but did you know they can be grown indoors? Holly berries are typically grown as small shrubs or trees and look beautiful when paired with other festive plants like poinsettias or amaryllis. As for mistletoe, this evergreen parasitic plant grows best near tree branches or ceilings, so you can hang it around your home without worrying about it taking over your garden!

Echeveria

Echeveria is a genus of succulent plants that come in many shapes and sizes. These unique-looking plants produce large rosettes of colorful leaves, ranging from pink to green and purple. Some have leaves that feel like velvet, while others are smooth. Some look silver, while others look blue.

This plant needs a sunny window and shouldn't get too much water. Echeveria species are beautiful because they bloom around the holidays in the middle of winter, which coincides with the holidays.