Winter has arrived and with it comes colder temperatures, snowy landscapes and a general lack of bright natural flora and fauna. However, even though your summer garden may currently be hibernating, there are still plenty of amazing varieties of hardy winter plants and flowers to be enjoyed throughout this season. The floral experts at Campbell’s Flowers have listed some of our favorites here to share with you as you discover the beauty of winter plants.
These festive plants bloom vibrant-colored flowers during the winter. They feature easy care and easy propagation. As a succulent, a christmas cactus, like our gorgeous Merry Christmas Cactus, can be propagated from its foliage. It can adapt to low light, but blooms best when exposed, intermittently to brighter light. With a little care and love, the blossoms on these outstanding plants will continue to bloom for years to come.
Grown from a large bulb, the Amaryllis rises on a sturdy green stalk and produces gorgeous, colorful blossoms. 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 like our Merry Amaryllis will bloom throughout the winter season.
This attractive plant is a favorite during the winter season. As a flowering succulent plant, the Kalanchoe is hardy and easy to care for. With flowers in hues of pink, yellow, orange and red, our Bountiful Kalanchoe will add color to your home during the coldest months of the year.
Beautiful, small white flowers that grow from a bulb planted in the fall. Among the first flowers from bulbs to sprout, these flowers often break the soil when there is still snow on the ground in colder climates. Snowdrops can be grown indoors by forcing the bulbs to bloom indoors after allowing the bulb to cool outside. Snowdrops add a freshness to your indoor decorating that bring a little bit of spring to your home in the winter.
The beauty of succulents can add rich texture and bright green life to any room throughout the winter. Succulents can also be a great wintertime gift, with easy maintenance and simple care. Versatile and exotic, succulents can create living art you’ll love to have.
Choose the perfect hardy winter plants or flowers to enjoy all season long. Brighten your own home with these natural beauties, or send to someone special as a gift during the cold winter months. The festive color, easy care and long-lasting freshness of these amazing plants will make a great gift for anyone. To learn more about the best winter flowers and plants to send, talk to the floral experts at Campbell’s Flowers. We’ll help you learn about each winter plant and help you find a new favorite, as well!