Traditional Christmas Flowers and Plants
There is a reason why Andy Williams sang that Christmas is “the most wonderful time of the year”. It's November, which means it's high time to start looking for cosy festive decorations that will adorn your house and get you into the right mood. So, what are the most popular traditional Christmas flowers and plants? How to select flower types that will last for longer? Continue reading!
Christmas plants and flowers — 5 popular types
There are some meals and flowers we automatically associate with the Christmas season. What are the most popular festive plants and how to take care of them properly to enjoy their beauty for longer?
Amaryllis is one of the Christmas pot plants that enjoy the greatest popularity. The aesthetic red and white flowers ideally match typical Christmas colours that usually fill our houses.
It's worth mentioning that this plant blooms for approximately seven weeks, therefore, buying it right before Christmas means that you'll be able to admire it long after the New Year. Amaryllis symbolises determination, confidence, and success. It's a perfect gift idea for every plant lover.
There is probably no person who wouldn't know this Christmas pot plant. It's an iconic combination of extremely vibrant red and green shades that add a unique character to every house. It's worth noticing that approximately eight million poinsettias are sold every year.
To keep your plant healthy for longer, make sure that it has access to sun and daylight at least six hours a day. Water it regularly but make sure that there is no excess liquid.
Azaleas belong to the Rhododendron family and will ideally decorate your Christmas dinner table. Interestingly, this popular pot plant can adorn your house thought out the entire year — the red colour variant is typically associated with the festive season, whereas white flowers are a more versatile option.
Azaleas bloom for approximately four weeks. It's advisable to keep them in humid and cool rooms. They are a symbol of femininity and temperance.
Although roses aren't typical Christmas flowers, it's hard to imagine any special occasion without these breath-taking, royal plants.
Red roses will be the best for decorating a festive dinner table. Unfortunately, they aren't as durable as the above-mentioned options, so make sure that you buy them maximally a few days before Christmas.
Traditional Christmas flowers and plants — the takeaway
Christmas is just around the corner. It's time to plan your festive decorations and think about solutions that will work best in your house. Although there is a wide variety of available flower types, it's advisable to do thorough research and don't organise these important elements at the very last minute.
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