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Mother’s Day Plants For Every Woman In Your Life

Is your mom more of a tree-hugging free spirit? Do you need to buy several Mother’s Day gifts for your mother-in-law, grandma or aunt? We have you covered!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make sure my Mother’s Day orchid arrives on time?

All Mother’s Day flower deliveries must be received by 12 p.m. EST on Wednesday, May 5.

How do you ensure my Mother’s Day orchid will look as beautiful when they arrive as they do online?

We know how much your gift means, so we take shipping seriously. Our Mother’s Day orchids go through a rigorous quality control process to ensure they are just the right size and color. They are also tested for health and resiliency, so you can feel confident they’ll last for several months with proper care. We ship our orchids fresh from the greenhouse, using a special method of corrugated packaging, inserts and advanced temperature-controlling technology to ensure your Mother’s Day flower delivery looks as beautiful when it arrives as you expected it to look when you ordered it.

Do you have tips on orchid care for beginners?

Lucky for you and your mom, orchid care is easy! Our premium Phalaenopsis orchids just need to be watered with three ice cubes a week. Petite orchids just need two ice cubes each week, and our mini orchids only need one ice cube each week.
Orchids should be kept in a bright location, but away from direct sunlight. Keep them away from drafts or heat vents. A good rule of thumb is if you’re comfortable, they’re comfortable. All Mother’s Day orchids come with orchid care tips so your mom will know what to do. Check out more orchid care resources on our website.

Do you have tips on anthurium care for beginners?

Just like orchid care, anthurium care is a breeze. Anthuriums are tropical plants that thrive in warmer temperatures, so keep them inside where temperatures are above 55°F. Keep anthuriums in a bright location, away from direct sunlight and away from drafts.

Watering anthuriums is as simple as giving your plant six ice cubes or ½ cup of water once a week. For more anthurium care tips, check out our anthurium care guide.

Do you have tips on caring for a money tree plant?

Money tree plants need very little water — just two ice cubes or three tablespoons of water once a week. Keep them in a bright location, away from direct sunlight and drafts, at room temperature. For more money tree plant care tips, check out our money tree care guide.