15 Things to Do With Holiday Plants After Christmas and New Year
29.12.2023 - 09:21
/ Raul Cornelius
The holiday season is a time when our homes are adorned with festive decorations and beautiful plants like Poinsettias, Christmas cacti, and Norfolk Island pines. But what should you do with them once the holiday festivities have ended? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Here are practical tips on how to care for and repurpose them!
Christmas trees (like Douglas Fir or Balsam Fir) are the favorite festive centerpieces in many homes during the holidays. Here is what you can do with them.
The lovely red Poinsettias are another Christmas favorite due to their red leaves. You can do many things with them once the holiday season passes.
Amaryllis is another pretty Christmas holiday plant that finds little use after the season has passed. Well, not anymore!
Often used as a mini Christmas tree, the Norfolk Island Pine has a delicate pyramid-like shape with soft, needle-like leaves.
The Christmas Cactus is a beautiful addition to the Christmas decor. But what to do with it after the holiday is over? Here’s what!
Everyone loves adding the red berries and glossy green leaves of Holly to their home. This is what you can do with this classy Christmas decoration after Christmas and New Year.
Winterberry is a deciduous holly variety that stands out with its vibrant red berries, making it a festive choice for holiday arrangements.
Everyone loves Mistletoe for its romantic associations during Christmas. The small green leaves and white berries look wonderful. But what about post-Christmas?
Rosemary is not only decorative but also aromatic and culinary. And it’s shaped like a mini Christmas tree. So how to make use of it after New Year? And other popular Christmas herbs like thyme, sage, and cinnamon?
The heart-shaped leaves and delicate flowers