Just because the weather outside is frightful doesn’t mean you have to do without fresh greenery and blooming plants all winter long. There are plenty of beautiful winter plants that continue to thrive, even in colder temperatures. Some even bloom, presenting gorgeous color when the world outside is blanketed in snow. The floral experts at Adrian Durban Florist are excited about the plants we see so frequently this time of year. Here are some of our favorites and how you can be sure to enjoy them this winter, too.
Not only do Norfolk Pines make adorable little potted Christmas trees, they’re also fantastic indoor plants. Once the holiday decorations are packed away, enjoy your indoor Norfolk pine by providing plenty of light, water, and humidity (in drier winter climates, a humidifier and plant misters will help).
A tropical plant is a perfect remedy to the winter doldrums. Our Schefflera Plant in an 8” basket is a beautiful ray of sunshine for a winter’s day. Leafy and green, this low-maintenance indoor plant just needs a little water and bright light to stay healthy and fresh.
Succulents and Dish Gardens
The beauty of succulents can add rich texture and bright green life to any room throughout the winter. A basketful of leafy foliage can be a welcomed bright spot during colder, darker months. Our Emerald Garden Basket presents a cheerful abundance of living greenery in a dish garden assortment. Succulents can also be a great wintertime gift, with easy maintenance and simple care.
The big, bold blooms of the amaryllis can cheer any room in the winter months. With occasional watering when needed and repotting with plant food as cooler weather sets in, your amaryllis will thrive year-round, blooming over and over. Keep indoors near a sunny window to enjoy colorful blooms all season.
This indoor plant makes a great gift because it’s easy to care for and can thrive in moderate indoor conditions. Grow in loose soil that stays moist but not soggy and watch for colorful blooms to explode at the tips regularly when placed in a sunny spot.
Choose to bring fresh green or blooming winter plants into your home. Or, send these lovely plants as gifts during the winter months as an easy, natural way to boost spirits and enjoy fresh foliage. While many traditional gardens are waiting for spring to show off their colors, you can fill your world with bright winter blooms. To learn more about which winter plants and flowers are best for you, talk to the floral designers at Adrian Durban Florist. We’ll be happy to match you with the right winter greens this season.