Christmas Plant Delivery
The most wonderful time of the year is here and with it comes a whole set of music, food, traditions, and décor to mark the season. To help you spruce up your living space, order some Christmas plants for yourself and your loved ones. Christmas plants are a holiday tradition, beyond just mistletoe. Of course, there are Christmas trees but you can also bring a plant to any holiday gathering or Christmas party and it will be greatly appreciated. From Christmas cactus to tropical plants, holly to poinsettia, Christmas is a great occasion for plant delivery.
Plant Delivery for the Holidays
All the holiday excitement making you have trouble sleeping? Add some soothing warmth and calm to your room with a fresh plant next to your bedroom window. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, you don’t have to miss out on our wonderful plant deals. If you celebrate other winter holidays such as Hanukkah, Kwanza, Rohatsu, the Winter Solstice, New Year, or Chinese New Year, our holiday plant selection always makes a great gift.
Popular Christmas Trees
We love Christmas. From the standard to the two-story giants to mini size, Christmas trees don’t just look great but they bring a fresh, invigorating aroma to your home. Fir trees, like the Balsam Fir and Douglas Fir, are very popular for Christmas. Pine trees, such as the Scots Pine or White Pine, also make popular choices. To round out the trio of the most popular Christmas trees is the spruce, particularly the Colorado Spruce and the Norway Spruce.
Whichever tree you prefer, The Bouqs has tabletop plants that make a superb complement to your tree and any blooms you bring for holiday tablescapes.
What Are Popular Christmas Plants?
Poinsettia and amaryllis are traditionally popular Christmas plants. Other plants that make good holiday accents include wreaths (of course), ivy, zebrina, holly, Christmas cactus, anthurium, monstera, calathea, and orchids.
Are Red Christmas Berries Poisonous to Dogs and Cats?
Mistletoe and holly, popular Christmas greens with red berries. Both the berries and plants themselves are toxic to cats and dogs. If you have furry friends, be careful where you hang mistletoe or holly around the home and make sure your little pals can’t get into any trouble that might cause a panicked visit to the vet.