Allan's Flowers & More

Allan's Flowers & More

Posted by Rakini Chinery on December 16, 2019 | Last Updated: November 5, 2020 Uncategorized

Fall in Love with Winter Plants that Thrive

Just because winter has arrived does not mean it’s time to stop enjoying living plants and flowers. There are plenty of gorgeous plants that thrive throughout the winter months. With the right care and maintenance, you can enjoy these beauties all season long. Send gorgeous winter plants or flowers to friends and loved ones to boost spirits as the winter doldrums set in. The floral experts at Allan’s Flowers are eager to share our favorite winter plants with you. Find something special that you’ll love this season.

Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus

This indoor plant makes a great gift because it’s easy to care for and can thrive in moderate indoor conditions. Since Christmas cactus are succulents, 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. Send our beautiful Christmas Cactus to someone special for the holidays and give them something they’ll enjoy all season long.

Yellow and Purple Pansies


In warmer climates, pansies can be planted as a winter hardy plant, giving color and vibrancy to your winter garden. Their bright colors and variety make these perennials a must-have, since they can thrive in winter in many climates, and can survive temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Red Poinsettia Plant


These holiday favorites are actually a tropical plant, so they do well indoors in the winter in moderate temperatures. Native to Mexico and Central America, they love sunlight. Their bright red blooms will brighten any room this season. Keep plant soil moist but not flooded and your poinsettia will thrive throughout the winter months.

Holiday Wreath with gold bow and accents

Evergreen Shrubs & Wreaths

Evergreens make beautiful, lasting greenery during the winter. Our fabulous Glitter & Gold Wreath is all decked out for the holidays, but will last throughout the winter! Whether as a shrub to plant or a wreath to hang, use evergreens to dress up your home during winter.

Amaryllis Plant with Red Blooms


The big, bold blooms of an amaryllis range in color from bright whites to rich reds. With occasional watering when needed and repotting with plant food as cooler weather sets in, your amaryllis will thrive year-round, blooming over and over. Keep indoors near a sunny window to enjoy colorful blooms all season.

Choosing several varieties of winter plants and blooms will brighten your home throughout the winter and boost spirits. Add pops of color or fresh greenery for a taste of nature, even when the temperatures are frigid outside. Make a beautiful gift for someone special when you send lovely green winter plants and flowers. To discover which winter plants are best for you, talk to the experts at Allan’s Flowers. We’ll be happy to share our collection and knowledge of winter plants with you.