Christmas time is magical and with all the giving and receiving of gifts, it’s hard not to feel special.

There are some people though, for whom finding the perfect gift seems like an insurmountable task and one that you never get right despite all of your best efforts and hours of thought.

Let’s take grandmothers, for example. The family matriarch must have received more than enough pairs of slippers and bath time sets over the years to last her a lifetime.

Maybe it’s time to give her something thoughtful but stress free for you – flowers maybe?

How much easier would it be for you to visit and browse hundreds of blooms and festive plants and get advice on the best bouquet to purchase based on the time of year, recipient and of course, your price range?

You can present your floral delivery yourself or have it delivered to that special lady by the professionals.

Rosy hues of poinsettias, Christmas roses, amaryllis and pink lilies will light up any room and the floral smells will fill the house – perfect for welcoming all of those festive visitors.

Grandma’s aside, who else would welcome a Christmas-inspired blooms?

The list is endless!

Mums work so hard cooking and putting on a Christmas Day spread that’s so grand and mouth-watering – flowers could say: ‘merry Christmas’ and ‘thank you’.

Or, what about that lovely neighbour next door who you grew up with and loyally visit every Christmas Eve?

You can always brighten up a friend’s day with a bouquet and especially around Christmas time when everyone’s so busy; the chances are you won’t have the time to meet in person to deliver the flowers. So, at least you will still be able to spread some Christmas cheer and bring a smile to her face by using the delivery option.

Most importantly though, there’s no person on this earth more deserved of a Christmas bunch of flowers than a wife or partner. No other words will be necessary as she receives her thoughtful gift which seems to say so much more than just, ‘Happy Christmas’; it says, ‘I’m thinking about you’, it says, ‘thank you’, but more importantly, it says, ‘I love you’.

Giving flowers for Christmas will brighten up everyone’s day this year.

Lily Calyx

Lily Calyx is a flower expert at, a gardening enthusiast and creative mind behind this blog. Join me on floral adventures at Pollen Nation.

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