Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate mom, but to also give her something that symbolizes your love and appreciation. Why give mom a bouquet of flowers when you can give her a plant that will grow for years to come? Read on for the best plants that are perfect for Mother’s Day!
Best Plants To Give Mom For Mother’s Day
Over the years I’ve given my mom plenty of plants. But I can honestly say that I don’t remember ever giving her a bouquet of flowers. Unless you want to count the time when I was 3 or 4 and I collected the most beautiful bunch of crimson red leaves to give to her. Those leaves ended up being poison ivy and my mom is highly allergic. Cut flowers don’t last but a week or so. Plants, even hanging baskets, will last for years. All as a beautiful reminder of when they were given.
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Types of Plant Gifts for Mom
These are the best plants for Mother’s Day!
Hanging baskets are a great way to showcase beautiful plants. You can find a large variety of hanging baskets HERE.
Bring the look of the tropics indoors with a fun plant that mom will love seeing every day. This indoor palm tree is available HERE.
An aloe plant is perfect for sitting on the window sill in the kitchen because it’s great for burns. Get an aloe plant for mom HERE.
The remaining plants on my list are flowering and beautiful. They thrive outside and can be planted to be enjoyed season after season. Mom can even make a bouquets to decorate around her home with these pretties!
I love everything the about a lilac. The smell, the look, the color… all of it. Perfect for mom and available HERE.
Bring paradise to mom with a gorgeous hibiscus. This peach bloom hibiscus plant is available HERE.
I’m quite fond of this plant. Periwinkle blue hydrangeas with yellow roses were our wedding flowers. So pretty and fragrant. You can get this blooming hydrangea HERE.
Wisteria is a vine plant that is known for attracting hummingbirds. This gorgeous wisteria plant is available HERE.
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