Traditionally, flowers are given on Valentine’s Day, but why not give something more practical and durable? Indoor plants are an excellent alternative to a bouquet, because they are not only beautiful, but they can be fresh and decorate any interior for years.
A live plant is a more thoughtful and long-lasting gift. A selection of the best room flowers for Valentine’s Day was distributed by Martha Stewart.
This exotic plant is a symbol of beauty and perfection. Her delicate flowers come in different colors and shapes, so you will easily find the one that is perfect for your loved one.
Orchids need careful care, but with proper watering and lighting, they can live for many years, constantly reminding you of your feelings.
Instead of the usual green leaves in begonias, they vary from red to brown, orange and purple. In addition, in February and March, they bloom in masses of pink, red or white flowers.
This unpretentious plant does not require much care and blooms for many months, so your loved one will enjoy its beauty for a long time.
Money plants are very simple and practical. They have beautiful, shiny leaves and can take various forms.
The money tree is ideal for beginners in the world of houseplants, because it does not require special care and can go without watering longer than most other houseplants.
This plant is known for its bright red or pink heart-shaped leaves. Due to such a feature, the flower gains extraordinary popularity before Valentine’s Day.
Anthuriums are quite easy to care for, they like moist, well-drained soil and medium lighting.
Philodendrons have a particularly beautiful appearance standing on bookshelves and furniture, since most of them have long hanging stems.
The shape of their leaves is also similar to a heart, so this unpretentious plant will be a great reminder of your feelings for your partner.
Succulents do not require much care, so they are suitable for people who do not have much time or gardening experience. Giving this houseplant for Valentine’s Day, the best choice would be a heart-shaped hoya.
Sometimes the plant can begin to bloom, but mostly it is grown for the sake of beautiful leaves.
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