1. FLOWERS ON CHRISTMAS
Christmas is perhaps the most beloved and awaited celebration of the year. The thrill of present-giving in the glorious, romantic, holy night of the 24th of December never fails to inspire us and affect us when it comes and you have to celebrate all of this properly. What better way to stimulate your sense even further on a night like this than picking gorgeously looking flowers and decorating the walls, the furniture and your items with them? There are many flowers suitable for Christmas but in this article you will learn how to prepare for Christmas by growing flowers in the dreaded winter conditions and you will be told the types of flowers that are fitiing for this great celebration, apart of course from the queen of all flowers-roses.
2. PROPER CHRISTMAS FLOWERS
Among the most beloved flowers that fit perfectly the spirit and the process of celebration of Christmas are paperwhites and amarylls. They are quite popular in any culture and are connected to 24th of December through a long-lasting tradition that has been around for more time than you can imagine. These two flowers, and thier petals esepcially are perfect for decorating anything during Christmas. Do not be surprised if you see one of those two flowers on a commerical on the television announcing the coming of Christmas. Place these flowers on the table, on the wardrobe doors, on the walls in the form of a vast arrangement if you can afford it and your perfect Christmas atmosphere will certainly be guaranteed for you. And of course, in the end of it do not forget to seed those flowers during the spring so that you can have more of them in the future and why not the next Christmas.
3. GROWING WINTER FLOWERS FOR THIS WINTER AND THE NEXT
Winter is the toughest season for flowers, even if it is the most magical for people. Not many flowers manage to survive in the blistering winds, the freezing cold, the cloudy weather and the amassing snow. However, it should be no problem for you if you decide to preserve some of your flowers inside your house. You will still have to be extremely careful where you place them though because your house is full of air conditioners and heaters all of which are potentially deadly for a flower. If you manage to find a cool room, with a steady tempreature which is illuminated during day-time it would be perfect and you can raise your hopes that your winter flowers will survive this difficult season. You wil have to bring the flowers in your home with their own soil and you will have to purchase as much as nutrition for the flowers as you can because, they will need especially in a time when the sun doesn‘t show up so frequently. Make sure you use clean vases and clean water and care for those flowers more than the othes since they are much more vulnerable. This process goes for both paperwhites and amarylls. After the cold seasons have passed you will simply have to remove the flowers from the vases and if everything was fine during their stay indoors they should continue their growth under the sun in during the hotter seasons. As far as it goes for the flowers that didn‘t make it it is best if you just cut them and throw them out so that you can give space to the new ones you will purchase or bring from inside your house.