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Christmas Plants to Have in Your Home During the Holidays

Christmas plants are a beautiful way to liven up your home during a dreary Winter. They add color and life to your home, all while beautifying it as well. It’s a good idea to have a variety of Christmas plants in your home to make it a wonderful place to be. Here are some Christmas plants to have in your home during the holidays.

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Christmas Tree

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This is the first thing you think of when you think of Christmas plants. This is a perfect Christmas plant because it’s easy to take care of and will last until after Christmas as long as you take care of it. All you need to do is make sure that you water it frequently to prevent it from drying out and turning brown. No one wants a brown Christmas tree. Of course, it brings a lot of the Holiday spirit into your home by letting everyone decorate it and put lights on it. Everyone will love how beautiful it looks. 

Poinsettia

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This is probably the second thing you think of when you think of Christmas plants. Their bright red flowers bring the Christmas spirit into your home. Poinsettias aren’t hard to care for but you do need to be careful about how you water them. The worst thing you can do to a poinsettia is overwater it. Make sure you aren’t watering your flowers too much, this will kill the plant in a hurry. Only water the plant when it’s dry to the touch. Your poinsettia should last the entire Christmas season if you don’t overwater it. 

Rosemary

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This is one of the best Christmas plants to have as well. It provides a delicious aroma around the house and can be used as an herb in lots of different meals. The best part about rosemary is that you can cut it to look like a mini Christmas tree. It looks adorable in any room, all while giving fragrance as well. Put these tiny Christmas trees on your mantle or as a holiday centerpiece at a Christmas feast. 

Frosty Fern

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These little Christmas plants are sure to brighten up your day. They look adorable but are a little tricky to care for. These little cuties require constantly damp soil to thrive. You’ll need to pay very close attention to the soil to prevent the plant from dying. They also prefer humidity so if you live in a very dry climate, it’ll be hard to keep your plant from dying. If you want to have a frosty fern even though you live in a dry climate, consider keeping a humidifier close by so that it’ll keep your plant healthy. 

Summing Up

Christmas plants are a great way to bring in some much-needed light and life into your home during the holiday season. Sometimes when it’s dark and cold outside it can be hard to stay in a good mood. These Christmas plants will give your house some more oxygen, and let everyone feel the joy they bring. Get some Christmas plants to spread some holiday cheer. 

Denali Gillen

I am a farmer’s wife living a farmer’s life. I love having wide open spaces and plenty of space to raise a family. Making the most out of outdoor spaces is something I never get tired of!

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