Houseplants have become a new sustainable alternative to cut flowers, and for good reason. Not only are they usually a better value for your money, but they also last much longer and come with a string of benefits such as improved mood, productivity and cleaner air.
This year, consider giving your mother a lovely houseplant that will remind her of your love for many years to come, rather than cut flowers that may only last a few days or weeks. Houseplants not only brighten up any space with their vibrant colours and lush foliage, but they also carry with them a range of symbolic meanings that make them a thoughtful and meaningful gift for any mother.
Explore our top 5 picks of houseplants for Mother’s Day that cater to different requirements, colours, and sizes, ensuring there’s something for everyone.
This beauty is the Gynura Purple Passion, which is known for its deep, rich purple leaves that symbolize royalty and luxury. This plant is an excellent choice for mothers who appreciate the finer things in life and who value the importance of self-care and relaxation.
Another popular choice is the Peace Lily, which is often associated with serenity and tranquillity. Its white flowers and glossy green leaves are a symbol of purity and innocence, making it a fitting gift for mothers who have a calming presence and a nurturing spirit.
This low-maintenance plant can thrive in low-light conditions and grows at a rapid pace, making it an excellent choice for those who want to watch their plants grow and flourish without spending too much time maintaining them.
The Nephrolepis Exaltata, also known as Boston Fern or Green Lady Fern is another beloved houseplant that is often given as a gift for Mother’s Day. With its delicate fronds and cascading leaves, this plant is a symbol of grace, elegance, and refinement, making it a perfect gift for mothers who have an eye for beauty and a love of all things sophisticated.
This plant is also a great choice for low-light environments, making it perfect for rooms without large windows!
Playful Polka Dot
The Hypoestes, also known as the Polka Dot or Freckle Face plant, is a playful and fun option that is perfect for mothers with a young and vibrant spirit. Its colourful, spotted leaves represent joy and cheerfulness, and its easy-to-care-for nature makes it an ideal plant for busy mothers who appreciate a low-maintenance yet beautiful and colourful addition to their home. Pink, red and white colours will match your mum’s fun personality and make a great gift!
Fashionable Lipstick Plant
Another popular choice is the Lipstick Plant Rasta, with its vibrant red blooms that resemble a tube of lipstick. This unique and eye-catching plant is a symbol of femininity and beauty, making it a fitting gift for mothers who love to express themselves through fashion and style.
Along with our other top picks, the Lipstick Plant is an excellent choice for Mother’s Day, with its easy-to-care-for nature and long-lasting blooms, ensuring it will bring joy and beauty to any home for years to come. Who needs another lipstick if you can have a lipstick plant!
At Highland Moss, we understand that not everyone is an experienced plant parent. That’s why we provide easy-to-follow care guides with each of our plants, including our top 5 picks for Mother’s Day.
Each plant comes with a QR code that will take you directly to our detailed care instructions, ensuring that even a new plant parent can keep their new plant healthy and thriving. We take great care in packing and shipping our plants, so you can rest assured that your Mother’s Day gift will arrive in perfect condition with a next-day delivery service.
Plus, you can add gift wrapping or a personalized message to create a truly special and thoughtful gift for your wonderful mom. Give the gift of natural beauty and chose this sustainable alternative for this Mother’s Day with Highland Moss plants.
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