Valentine's Day Flowering Plants

Our greenhouse is filled with a fresh selection of plants that are budding and in bloom. since, flowering plants usually last a lot longer than cut flowers, why not include living plants in your home decor? Our sales associates can help you pick out the prettiest ones. Or, give as a gift. We'll wrap your plants in cellophane, offer a card and you are ready to go!



Cyclamen  - Cyclamen has flowers that float like butterflies above delicately, patterned foliage. Choose from solid or two-toned blooms in red, pink, white, violet or magenta. Cyclamen thrive in bright, indirect light and prefer cooler temperatures. During bloom, it’s important to keep the root ball damp.


Pink Azalea 

Azalea - The Indoor Azalea has voluptuous, white, pink, red or violet flowers that resemble small roses. The bright colors contrast nicely with the glossy, dark-green leaves. Azaleas are native to the forests of Japan and China, but are also cherished as a houseplant. If you are lucky, you will see azaleas available in topiary or standard forms, too.


Mini Roses

Miniature or Micro-mini Roses - So sweet and tiny in every way-- from flower to leaf size! The flowers will bloom indoors for a week or two, although eventually, they'll need to be planted outdoors to receive the sunlight they need for the long run. But give them a little care, and miniature roses can be exquisite, although temporary, houseplants. Pair rose plants with a beautiful container that she or he is sure to love.



Anthurium or Painters Palette- This unique plant is native to the rainforests of South America. It thrives in bright but indirect light and prefers to be watered a little everyday--but needs a potting mix and a container that drains well. Anthurium has large and sturdy, dark-green leaves and unusual flowers that are shaped like hearts or a painter's palette. Look for flowers in deep red or pink.


Pair one of these lovely plants with a unique container from our large selection of pots and containers.