Flower Plant Delivery Offers Live Blooms
If you’re thinking about having flowers delivered for a special occasion, a thank you gift, or just a fun surprise, why not consider delivering live rather than cut flowers? Cut flowers tend to offer the most variety and color, but you can easily use flower plant delivery to offer a gift of flowers that will just keep on blooming. There are different types of plants that typically come in the planters that florists use, and there are different things that can be done to accent these plants.
Peace lilies are a very popular option because they keep well indoors. These easy care plants range in size from small potted plants to large floor plants. Once in a while, they’ll come up with a tear-shaped white flower, but they’re typically more well-known for their glossy green foliage. Other plants are also used for their foliage, and different types of green plants are often combined into baskets and planters for an interesting textured effect.
In the springtime, you can get potted bulb flowers like narcissus, daffodils, and tulips. They’ll be beautiful for a few weeks, but they don’t last very long. Summery potted blooms may include daisies and gerberas, and in the fall you can normally get potted chrysanthemums that will last for several months with the right care and light.
With flowers that are already beautiful, like tulips, florists will typically just tie them with a matching bow before flower plant delivery takes place. Sometimes they’ll also use little inserts on sticks to add fairies, angels, and other items to the pot before they deliver it. These things can spice up the arrangement and make it match the occasion you’re sending it for. Tiny mylar balloons can also be used to send a visible message with the plant.
Sometimes planters and baskets made of all green foliage plants will be accented by cut flowers. A small piece of flower foam can actually be inserted into the dirt of the planter, and flowers can be arranged to accent the foliage. As the cut flowers die, they can be pulled out. You’ll still have the live plant left over from flower plant delivery, though. As long as these plants are properly cared for and transplanted as needed, they’ll thrive indoors indefinitely. They make beautiful accents for any room, and they help maintain air quality, too!