I received my Holiday plant, now what?

Enjoy your plant throughout the season!

Monrovia Holiday plants come wrapped in a festive red wrap, adding a touch of holiday cheer to your home. Depending on the plant you received, there are several ways you can showcase it and enhance your holiday decor. Place hardy plants near your front door to welcome guests with a burst of vibrant color and festivity. Alternatively, you can use houseplants and others as a stunning centerpiece on your dining table, creating a focal point for your holiday gatherings. If you have multiple plants, you can distribute them strategically around your home, brightening up any corner that could benefit from some holiday spirit.

To ensure the health and beauty of your holiday plant, it is important to water it regularly. Different plant varieties have different water requirements, so make sure to check the specific needs of your plant. Generally, it is recommended to water your plant when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot and other issues. By providing the right amount of water, you will help your plant thrive and maintain its vibrant appearance throughout the season.

After the holiday season comes to an end, you don't have to bid farewell to your beloved plant. When the weather is suitable for planting, and if you received a plant suitable for your zone, you can transition your hardy holiday plant to your garden (not houseplants), where it will continue to bring joy and beauty. Find a suitable spot in your garden that meets the plant's requirements in terms of sunlight, soil type, and moisture levels. By carefully transplanting your holiday plant, you can ensure its long-term growth and enjoy its presence in your garden for years to come. Your plant will make a perfect addition to any garden, adding a touch of color and life to your outdoor space.

By following these tips and caring for your holiday plant, you can enjoy its beauty and festive charm throughout the season and beyond. Whether it's brightening up your home during the holidays or adding a pop of color to your garden, your plant will continue to bring delight and enhance your surroundings.