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Send a Plant for Valentine’s Day

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Send a plant for Valentine's Day

For many people, Valentine's Day is associated with red roses. These flowers are perfect for showing somebody special how much you love them. Of course, if you want to give a gift that lasts longer than a couple of weeks, you could send a plant for Valentine's Day!

For those who want to send a plant but they don't want to give up on the romance of roses, you could send a potted rose plant. Florists usually stock at least one type of rose plant that will bloom time and time again to the lucky recipient's delight!

Another option is to choose an orchid. Orchids are not only elegant but they are also a symbol of affection and their beauty will impress any recipient. They are available in various colours and, although they might seem delicate, they are easy to care for. While you're at it, you should source a tray and some pebbles so that your Valentine can keep their new orchid happy by placing the pot on a humidity tray!

If you are looking for a plant with brilliant red flowers, then look no further than the anthurium! These plants produce bright flowers and their glossy appearance also makes them even more fascinating. This plant will capture the heart of your Valentine and you can be sure that it will brighten any room in the home.

Finally, don't forget about the beauty of lilies. Potted lily plants are extremely desirable. With large flowers and lush leaves, this plant is the very definition of sophistication. Available in various colours, ask your florist about availability and their recommendations.

No matter what kind of potted plant you choose, it's also important to make sure that you understand the needs of the plant. For example, certain plants can be challenging to care for while others are a breeze. Some require specific conditions and if they are subjected to excessive heat, cold, wind, or direct sunlight, it can cause the plant to perish.

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