31,603 flowering plant Products
Real bulbs in any room lift your spirits. This is a three-month series using beautiful flowering bulbs.
Either for your own indoor or outdoor garden, or as a thoughtful gift, our live flowering plants bring bright blooms and gentle scents all year long. From brilliant azaleas and dramatic amaryllis, to delicate gardenias and fragrant lavender, a new fresh plant is delivered to you each month straight...
Like flowers, plants and succulents are affordable accents for any space. When not in use for your plants, make this sweet driftwood planter a bread basket or a place to store your jewelry. Why not?!
These pots are a beautiful reproduction of budding clematis flowers. Planting these is like having flowers inside a flower with nature all around it since the pot has live moss that will continue to grow with use outdoors. It has a beautiful effect.
This is the coolest thing ever! I love that this art is alive. Nothing brings life and freshness to a space like a plant, and this is just an awesome way to display it.
In theory, fresh flowers and plants on a coffee table would be great, but these faux succulents look so much like the real thing. With zero maintenance, they are hard to resist.
If your thumb isn't so green, but you still want to fill your space with flowers, how about these pretty paper blossoms? They're handmade and come in a variety of colors.
Globe thistle (Echinops ritro, zones 3 to 9) is one of my favorite perennials. I made sure to have it included in my wedding bouquet, as it adds interest to any flower arrangement.
Small Globe Thistle
This bounty of flowering oregano is available only at terrain. The full green flowers with pale purple tips is the exact color combination needed for a pre-fall table.
One of our more unique products is this stunning Artichoke Topiary. Standing a full two feet in height, this plant sports two impressive blooms - one at the base, and another rising high above. Made of the finest materials, the intricate detail that only the Artichoke can bring is readily apparent,...
Add rich, beautiful color to your mantel with a dried flower arrangement that will last through the season.
Terrible with plants? Add a little life to your space with a charming bouqet of pom-pom flowers. Hand-needle-felted from cotton, the set of 18 flowers comes in three different heights for the perfect arrangement.
Fresh flowers are a must for the home or office! A vase of colorful blooms not only brightens up your decor, but your day as well.
If you want to invest in faux flowers that will last, these wooden daisies are what you need. They can be cheerful all year long.
Not only would these flowers brighten up a kitchen windowsill, they'd make a great edible garnish for your salads!
What better way is there to bring spring indoors than a tiny potted azalea? This specimen will be at home on an end table or coffee table.
A dreamy bouquet of deep red roses makes a perfect Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Because they are made out of silk, these flowers will last forever. Stock up before the big day and store them afterwards for next year.
In a small space, overblown arrangements will only get in the way. A lovely petite bouquet like the one shown here is all you need. Recreate the look with a silver mint julep cup and a variety of short-cut blooms.
These handmade paper flowers are so beautiful that they can actually stand on their own. I think a few in a simple vase would be a lovely addition to an office space.
This gorgeous dried flower arrangement can be kept out year-round, but I think it has a nice holiday feel to it. I also love that ceramic pot.
I love plants and flowers, but I sometimes feel like I can't keep the plants alive and don't have the resources to buy flowers every time I want to. So, not being a fan of fake plants and flowers, I think these preserved fresh floral arrangements from Flora del Sol are the perfect solution. They...
I feel like these beauties don't need any explanation. I thrive and work better when there are live greens around. Plus, the white ceramic, natural leather and live greens make perfection to me. I would hang these babies in my studio.
Nothing beats the sweet smell of a blossoming gardenia. This tiny bonsai version is perfect for a protected patio where it's above 20 degrees. Creamy white flowers will infuse the air from March until June, and the rest of the year you can enjoy the plant's glossy and abundant leaves.
Gardenia Bonsai Tree, Small
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I really cannot get over Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9). My favorite is the variegated variety. I planted mine under a Japanese maple, and the contrast was genius and it has so much movement.
I've planted Crocosmia (Crocosmia 'Lucifer', zones 6 to 9) in several spots and it has absolutely thrived. Plant in full sun or part shade, but be careful because it will spread quickly. One 4-inch pot is a great start. It has an upright growth habit with grassy foliage reminiscent of an iris.
The artichoke is an incredibly unique plant – it’s both striking to look at, and it’s delicious to boot! But even though you’ll be tempted, don’t eat these exact replicas of full, healthy artichokes. Perfectly flowered greens spread out, with their tips touting just a shade of maroon. This set of...
Lavender is one of the best tricks you can use in indoor or outdoor planting. It has gorgeous purple flowers that will not disappoint. Plus, living lavender will provide a wonderful soft spring smell to any room.
Would a perennial garden really be complete without some classic peonies (Paeonia, zones 3 to 8)? They are beautiful cut flowers and are pretty substantial plants. I like to think of them as alternatives to roses.
The ever hardy Lantana with orange-red and yellow flowers steadily blooms the whole season. You'll have a huge mound of it before you know it, plus it's deer resistant. Pictured is a cultivar called 'Star Landing' (Lantana camara L.)
Incorporating different types of plants and flowers is a must on any tabletop, and bringing in succulents adds even more depth. Plus, I’m a huge succulent fan and always do a little jig when I find one I love.
I saw this hardy geranium (geranium 'Rozanne') in my mother's perennial garden a few years ago and have marveled at the way it just keeps blooming and spreading. She finally gave me some cuttings that promptly took off and are thriving. It's low growing and great for bordering in the front of the...
I don’t have a green thumb, so you’ll find me using succulents a lot around my house, office and even for centerpieces. They are beautiful, unique and last forever.
Place fresh flowers next to your bed for the ultimate indulgence, and voilà — your calm and elegant bedroom is complete.
With Many Thanks Bouquet
I have been on an indoor herb planting kick because of my frustration with protracted winter. I love this dual planter because it has a watering reservoir below to be sure the plants get the right amount of constant watering. On top of it, this would look great sitting on my counter in my kitchen,...
HERB POT DUO
You don't have to worry about forgetting to water this pretty plant — it's dried! Add a little happy and sunshiny yellow to your space with this cute craspedia.
Peonies in Pink
There's no excuse not to have flowers in the house all year-round when the faux variety is this lifelike. These look as though they have just been plucked from the garden and would look lovely in a simple glass vase.
Delphinium Larkspur Stems
You can't go wrong by sending mom a beautiful arrangement of fresh flowers, especially if you live far away and won't be together to celebrate Mother's Day!
There's nothing wrong with using faux flowers — as long as they look authentic. Orchids are always a great option and look great on a coffee table.
When I look at a tabletop design everything matters, but what always seems to catch my eye are the flower arrangements. This one in particular has my heart, with vintage blue hydrangea, white anemones, black tulips and tuberose.
I'm in love with wildflowers and can only imagine how fun it would be to plant your own wildflower garden. Watching these purple flowers sprout outside would be a real treat.
I love seeing a fresh bouquet on the table whenever I walk into my kitchen or living room, but a flower budget is a pipe dream at the moment. The faux variety, however, offers some incredibly lifelike alternatives, such as these tall irises. I like mixing fresh with artificial in a room, especially...
Tall Iris Centrepiece
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