10 Best Beautiful Christmas Plants and Flowers

by Marry Dell

    Christmas is just around the corner! Have you had ideas to decorate your house more beautiful? One of the best things about Christmas is decorating your house more wonderful and warmer. And as you know, there are lots of ideas for creating a magical atmosphere and bring festivities into your house, of course, you don’t have to spend too much money on buying Christmas decorations. Sometimes, you just need simple things that can make decorations really, really great. And some of the plants and flowers below will help your home warm and lucky at Christmas.
    10 Best Beautiful Christmas Plants and Flowers
    Phalaenopsis Orchid, Christmas Tree, Poinsettia, or Christmas Cactus, and more… these plants symbolize the peaceful Christmas season, they are decorative accessories that bring joy, and luck to your family on the occasion of Christmas. Not only that they also can keep your space cozy with a welcoming feel to visitors. Just placing them in your home, will create a balanced atmosphere that you are always looking for.

    #1 Phalaenopsis Orchid

    This plant will bloom for months with little care. It loves bright, indirect light, so you should keep it in an east or west window. Avoid sudden temperature changes, which cause buds to drop. Water once a week.

    #2 Christmas Tree

    Christmas trees are the most iconic Christmas plant, and you can get them cut or potted. There’s no need to feed it anything other than water.

    #3 Poinsettia

    Poinsettias are nearly as classic as Christmas movies! Water when dry to the touch.

    #4 Christmas Cactus

    Christmas cacti are so pretty, they just might rival the beauty of the ornaments on your tree. Place in a bright window. Water when dry

    #5 Cyclamen

    This Cyclamen plant tolerates temperatures into the 40s, which is why they’re popular in the winter months. They can bloom for more than eight weeks with the right conditions. Place in medium diffused, not super-bright, light. Water from the base, not from the top. Avoid splashing water on the leaves.

    #6 Rosemary

    This plant often is sheared into a topiary or pyramidal shape to mimic a Christmas tree. Its fresh piney scent is invigorating in the middle of a dreary winter and is a savory addition to stews and roasts. Place in bright light in a south or west-facing window. The more light the better or it tends to drop leaves. Keep the soil evenly moist.

    #7 Paperwhites

    These often come in kits or loose bulbs with a planting medium. Pot them up and enjoy the fragrant blooms in two to three weeks. Keep them in a cool but sunny location. Water regularly so that the soil stays evenly moist.

    #8 Amaryllis

    These exotic-looking flowers bloom about four to six weeks after you plant the bulb. It’s the perfect winter plant. Place in bright light. Keep the soil evenly moist, but don’t drown it.

    #9 Norfolk Pine

    With soft, Christmassy, fringed needles, this plant looks like a prop straight. Keep it medium-bright light such as an east or west-facing window. It needs about six to eight hours of light per day. Water when dry to the touch, but don’t let it dry out too much.

    #10 Frosty Fern

    These adorable tiny fern-like plants tinged with white are a newcomer to the holiday lineup. Keep them on your dining room table or desk; just the sight of them will inspire some seriously meaningful Christmas card messages. Place in low to medium light. They prefer consistent humidity

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