Heart Shaped Plants, Romantic and Eco Friendly Mothers Day Gift Ideas
Bleeding heart plants, romantic Mothers Day gift ideas
Heart shaped plants or spring flowers with hearts decorations make beautiful Mothers Day presents that feel meaningful and very special. Heart shaped plants and flowers add a romantic accent to backyard designs, making outdoor spaces look brighter.
Live plants and fresh flowers, like Dicentra or Bleeding Heart Plant, anthurium and Chinese lanter flowers, make inexpensive and gorgeous eco gifts for Mothers Day, birthday or a special occasion, adding pleasant freshness, unique texture and bright colors to interiors and outdoor rooms.
Fresh flowers, especially floral arrangements with heart shaped flowers or just live plants in attractive pots are great Mothers Day presents. A flower bouquet may die quickly. Live plants and flowers can be planted in the backyard, and your mother will enjoy heart shaped plants and flowers for years to come.
Romantic plants and eco friendly Mothers Day gift ideas
Dicentra or Bleeding Heart Plant, anthurium and exotic Columnea Consanquinea are perfect plants that can inspired eco gifts for Mothers Day. Live plants with heart shaped flowers, floral arrangements or flower paintings will delight mothers.
Find the plant with heart shaped flowers that does well in the climate your mom lives in your local garden store, add an attractive pot and a Mothers Day card to personalize this wonderful eco gift, think of your mom’s favorite color and create a unique Mothers Day gift for months and years to enjoy.
If you like painting one of these beautiful heart shaped plants and flowers, your Mothers Day present may look artistic and bright, offering unique home decoration for her room. If your mom is very busy, she would appreciate your artwork, that is no maintenance.
If your mom likes gardening, buy one of these heart shaped plants and offer to plant it for her in the garden, when you visit for Mothers Day. Simple, inexpensive and thoughtful Mothers Day presents bring joy and happiness to mothers for years.
Anthurium with red heart shaped leaves
Anthuriums are relatively easy to grow plants with attractive foliage and long lasting flowers. These plants are durable and will survive as an indoor foliage plant for a remarkable period of time, even under adverse conditions.
Anthuriums grow best with day temperatures of 78 to 90 F, and night temperatures of 70 to 75 F. Night temperatures between 40 to 50 F can result in slow growth and yellowing of lower leaves. Anthuriums will not tolerate frost or freezing conditions. Anthuriums prefer a growing media that is coarse and well drained. The potting media should be of a peat moss base with a 1:1:1 ratio of peat moss, pine bark and perlite.
Plants need to be watered thoroughly and allowed to dry slightly before watering again. Allowing the plant to dry out will greatly slow down the growth cycle, while over watering can also cause root damage and sudden yellowing of leaves. Anthuriums are usually kept indoors and take as much indirect light as you can provide them. Lower levels of light will slow down or cease flower production.
Dicentra or Bleeding Heart Plant
Bleeding hearts are graceful woodland plants that do best in light shade, comfortable temperature and in well-drained soil. Their ferny foliage appears in early spring, followed by pink or white flowers that are arranged along the stem like little hearts decorations.
Chinese Lantern Plant
A Chinese lantern plant with red heart shaped flowers are delightful plant that make backyard designs look attractive and offer great material for designing bright floral arrangements.
Columnea Consanguinea is an exotic plant from Central American tropical forests. These interesting plants have small red heart decorations on green leaves. Unique and striking plants are great inspirations for craftsmen and artists.
Painting, prints, photographs or embroidery are very special, unique and artistic Mothers Day gift ideas, and a nice way to bring these beautiful plants with charming red hearts on leaves into home decor.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 13.05.2012
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