Give The Best Flower Arrangement This Christmas!

There are many reasons why flowers make the perfect Christmas gift, but the top one would have to be because of their aesthetics. Flowers can easily spruce up a room and give a great vibe for the occasion.

They’re very easy and accessible too, so you won’t have to look too hard to find them. Flowers also have their own meanings, and giving and receiving flowers is considered a sentimental gesture in itself. 

Take a look below at some of the best Christmas plants and flowers you can enjoy for the occasion!

  • Amaryllis – Amaryllis is one of the most popular flower choices, not only during Christmas but even all year ‘round. That’s thanks to its dainty red color and thick, green stems that make them perfect for a vase arrangement.
  • Chrysanthemums – To achieve that fresh and cool Winter Wonderland theme, use white Chrysanthemums. Not only do they give a refreshing sight, but they also have great meanings of joy and optimism. 
  • Christmas Foliage – Fir and pine cones are quintessential foliage for Christmas. They can easily add to the rustic vibe of your decorations and go well with bouquets, wreaths, or even as an accent or decoration for the Christmas tree or mantle.
  • Holly – It’s time to deck the halls with boughs of holly, indeed! This Christmas plant offers an excellent pair for brightly colored flowers, like Amaryllis or Poinsettia. You can arrange it for boughs to hang on doors and walls, or as a base for table vases.
  • Mistletoe – Another quintessential Christmas flower is the mistletoe. More than hanging it on doorways to catch a Christmas kiss from your beloved, it also makes for a great addition to your seasonal decor. This wood climber lasts for up to several weeks if kept in a cool spot.
  • Poinsettia – This, undeniably, is one of the favorite Christmas flowers. It comes in bright red, but also has white and bi-colored varieties. Nothing spells Christmas quite like the Poinsettia, so if you really want to have your decorations on point, make sure to have this flower in your space.
  • Rosemary – Did you know that you can do much more with rosemary than simply use it as an herb for a tasty Christmas dinner? In fact, it’s long been known to be a Christmas plant for even longer than the Poinsettia! Prune and put on a bough or wreath, and add Christmas accents to achieve the season’s look.
  • Snowdrops – Snowdrops are petite white flowers that look great bunched together, or bundled together with other flowers like roses or tulips. They get their name from their white snow color, and their droopy growth, looking like snowfall.