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Posted by Busch's Florist on December 16, 2019 | Last Updated: November 6, 2020 Flowers

Surround Yourself with the Beauty of Winter Plants

As winter approaches, we enter a time of year when many people could use a little cheer. One way to brighten your home is to bring potted flowers and plants into your home. During the holidays, there are many ways to decorate with plants and flowers. The beauty of winter is evident in so many beautiful winter plants and flowers. Hardy enough for cold temperatures and so pretty they’ll chase the winter blues away, these amazing plants are perfect for this time of year. The floral designers at Busch’s Florist are happy to share our favorite winter plants and flowers with you. Hopefully, you’ll discover something new to love this winter, too!

Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus

These festive plants bloom vibrant-colored flowers during the winter. They feature easy care and easy propagation. As a succulent, a cactus-like our Merry Christmas Cactus can be propagated from its foliage. It can adapt to low light, but blooms best when exposed, intermittently to brighter light. Plus, the blooms at the tips of these hardy plants are lively and colorful all season long!

Tulips and Pine Bouquet


Evergreen plants bring a fresh, woodsy look to your home. Keep a potted cypress indoors to brighten your home, or plant a lush fir or pine tree outside to enjoy all year round. Our Tulips and Pine Bouquet make a stunning floral design for any winter home, filling the air with the fresh scent of pine. When planted outside, pines and other evergreens will provide shade and noise reduction, plus a bit of privacy as well.

Opulent Orchids


These flowers tend to remind us of tropical locations and exotic vacations. However, some orchids love the cool weather. Other species can be grown indoors during any season. Our Opulent Orchids design features divine white phalaenopsis orchid plants that will bloom for months when properly cared for (which is so easy!).

Amaryllis Plant with Red Blooms


Grown from a large bulb, the Amaryllis rises on a sturdy green stalk. The blooms are large and range in color from bright white to rich reds. Originally from South America, the Spanish name for the flower means sparkle. These gorgeous flowers will bloom throughout the winter seasons.

Poinsettia - red


Another holiday favorite, the vivid red, pink or white blooms of the Poinsettia welcome the season with beauty and brightness. A native plant of Mexico and Central America, these flowers have been a Christmas tradition since the early 19th century in America. They are a welcome sight in any home during the season and will bring the Christmas spirit right to you and your loved ones.

Choose the beauty of hardy winter plants and flowers this season to enjoy the fullness of winter’s natural essence. Enjoy these plants in your own home or share with someone special. These make great pick-me-up gifts and can brighten anyone’s day. To learn more about winter plant varieties, or for help choose something perfect to send, talk to the floral experts at Busch’s Florist. We’re here to help you find the best winter plants around!