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7 Best Plants Give Friend As Gifts

If you don’t have any ideas to give your friends or lovers on their birthday, you should not ignore the post today. Here will give you some recommendations. This is a list of the 7 best plants as gifts to those who you care about that we are so glad to share. With us, giving a gift that will stand the test of time is always a challenge, but giving plants is one way to try. Whatever type of plant you choose, it’s sure to last longer than cut flowers.

Here are a few ideas to get you to start, all of these plants are fairly easy to keep alive and look lovely. You don’t need to wrap them, a simple bow is enough, or you can always put them inside a paper bag with a bow on the top if you want to keep the gift under wraps. Scrolling down at the end of the post and choose some of your suitable plants to give your friends and for yourself right now. Here we go!

#1 Thanksgiving (or Christmas) Cactus

This is one of those plants that are available widely, especially during the holiday season because it blooms at or around the Thanksgiving to Christmas season.

#2 Jade Plant

Jade plants don’t flower, but they have a lovely bonsai-tree-like effect that’s pleasing.

#3 Orchids

These gorgeous plants are perfect to give someone special because they have beautiful flowers that everyone will fall in love with their beauty.

#4 Paperwhite, Narcissus

Paperwhites are an ideal gift for someone who isn’t interested in keeping a plant long-term. Their flowers have pretty and lightly scented flowers that come.

#5 Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus)

This is another plant to give your friends. Although it doesn’t have flowers but instead of, it has a beautiful green leaf. It is so easy to grow and just requires minimal care.

#6 Norfolk Island Pine

These plants are an ideal holiday gift since they can be used as a Christmas tree; you can add a string of lights, and there’s plenty of space to hang pretty ornaments that are relatively light.

#7 Cornstalk Dracaena (Dracaena Fragrans)

Dracaena comes in a number of varieties and the leaves can display thin or thick stripes of white, yellow, bright green, and dark green. And it has a strong living, it still can grow well in your neglect.

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