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Posted by Bice's Florist on December 16, 2019 | Last Updated: December 19, 2019 Flowers Plants

Discover the Beauty of Winter Plants

When we think of winter, we don’t usually picture a thriving garden. However, there are still plenty of beautiful plants and even flowers that thrive during the colder months. Bring the beauty of winter plants into your home this season and enjoy fresh plant life all year round. The floral designers at Bice’s Florist have chosen our favorites to highlight for you. Maybe you’ll find a new favorite plant this winter, too!

Arbicola

A tropical plant is the perfect remedy to the winter doldrums. Our Arbicola Plant, a miniature version of the schiffelera, is a beautiful ray of sunshine for a winter’s day. Leafy and green, this low-maintenance indoor plant just needs a little water and medium light to stay healthy and fresh. 

Arbicola Plant

Arbicola Plant

Succulents

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 like our Desktop Succulent Garden can create living art you’ll love to have. 

Desktop Succulent Garden

Anthurium

Another great indoor winter plant, Anthurium plants thrive all year long, needing indirect sunlight and warm, humid conditions. So, using this colorful plant as bathroom decor is a great fit. Water only when the soil begins to feel dry and enjoy the bright, tropical blooms all winter. Our Anthurium Plant arrives blooming and ready to thrive. 

Anthurium Plant

Anthurium Plant

Christmas Cactus

This indoor plant makes a great gift because it’s easy to care for and can thrive in moderate indoor conditions. Grow in loose soil that stays moist but not soggy and watch for colorful blooms to explode at the tips regularly when placed in a sunny spot. 

Christmas Cactus with Pink Flowers

Christmas Cactus with Pink Flowers

Poinsettia

These holiday favorites are actually a tropical plant, so they do well indoors in the winter in moderate temperatures. They love sunlight and humidity, so display your poinsettia near a bright window and mist regularly. Keep plant soil moist but not flooded and your poinsettia will thrive throughout the winter months.

Red Poinsettia Plant

Red Poinsettia Plant

Enjoy fresh foliage and greenery all winter long when you choose to include winter plants and blooms in your home’s decor. Send these gorgeous designs to someone special as a fresh pick-me-up in the dead of winter. To learn more about winter plants and flowers, or to find a new favorite, talk to the floral experts at Bice’s Florist. We’re happy to share our knowledge, expertise, and opinions on the best winter plants with you.