Whether you want to treat yourself or a loved one to a special gift, it’s always worth considering outdoor plants. Not only are these plants perfect for sprucing up the exterior of the home, but they are also delivered in beautiful planters that you can continue to use even if the current plant outgrows its home.
Where to shop?
There is no need to run around from shop to shop in search of the perfect outdoor plants. All you need to do is check out the products available at your favourite online florist. Shopping from home means that you don’t have to shop during regular business hours. You can browse and buy when it is most convenient for you. Be sure to always use a reputable and reliable online florist. If they do not offer some kind of satisfaction guarantee (usually specified within the terms and conditions section), this is often a red flag.
What to choose?
There are so many different types of outdoor plants from which to choose that it can make anyone feel overwhelmed. Roses, cyclamen and ferns are all excellent options. The most important thing to consider is where this plant might be placed. Each plant has different light requirements so make sure that their needs will be met in their new home.
What about winter?
This is one of the main concerns when it comes to caring for potted plants. Outdoor plants are perfectly happy outside even when the temperature drops. That said, there are certain steps that should be taken in order to protect these plants. Wrapping up the planters, covering the soil in the planter and even covering the plant might be necessary. If the plant is still very young, it might be small enough to move indoors during the winter. It will come down to personal preference and the amount of space you have available. If you have a patio area, this could provide enough shelter from the elements.
Outdoor plants make excellent holiday gifts for friends and loved ones. When you order them online, you can even have them delivered directly to the recipient which makes gift shopping that much faster and more convenient! If you are not sure what type of plant to send, take a look at the variety available and feel free to do a little bit of extra research regarding the needs of these plants before making your decision.