These Christmas gift plants are way better than poinsettias!
We all know that poinsettias symbolize the holiday season. The gorgeous red flower can be seen everywhere during Christmas, so it’s not a surprise if it’s also one of the most popular Christmas gifts. However, if you’re looking for a unique gift plant, something unexpected with more staying power, then you’ll love these Christmas gift plants! They’re beautiful, budget-friendly, and are sure to last for months (some even years).
Named for its bloom time, the Christmas Cactus is one of the easiest Christmas gift plants to give this holiday. It can live more than four weeks of white, pink, and light red blooms. Further, you can propagate the Christmas Cactus and make it bloom again next holiday season.
Your family and friends would definitely love the Cyclamen as a gift! They may be short, but these flowers are gorgeous. Plus, they bloom through the bleak winter until March. You can choose from a lot of colors, like pink, lavender or white. However, if you’re lucky, you might find hybrids like lavender, purple, red, and rose. The Cyclamen grows well under bright, indirect sunlight. Keep it in a cool space and water when the soil is dry.
The Moth Orchid is one of the simple yet stunning Christmas gift plants. It’s easy to care for, which makes it ideal to grow indoors. The Moth Orchid is one of the longest-flowering orchids. They can live up to a few months or even years if they are properly taken care of. The Moth Orchid prefers bright, indirect light and water them when the soil’s surface is dry to touch.
Yes, rosemary is one of the ideal Christmas gift plants because of its aromatic scent. It’s perfect as a windowsill Christmas tree, but it certainly belongs in the kitchen for cooking. Plus, you can plant them in the garden come spring. Rosemary thrives under bright, sunny spaces. It’s best to plan them outside when the frost has passed.
St. John’s Wort
If you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary Christmas gift plant, then the St. John’s Wort is perfect! It’s vibrant, low-maintenance, and drought-tolerant. Place them under bright, indirect sunlight and water them when the soil is dry to touch. The St. John’s Wort can grow up to 18 to 36 inches tall.
Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.
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