Christmas flower

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Synonyms for Christmas flower

tropical American plant having poisonous milk and showy tapering usually scarlet petallike leaves surrounding small yellow flowers

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THE flower of the holy night, or the Christmas flower, has got a special connection with s the Christmas celebrations.
There are, of course, live Christmas trees, greenery, poinsettias, and Christmas flowers, and they also have a large selection of permanent trees.
She says the trick is to have a small seasonal touch throughout - "whether it's a bunch of Christmas flowers - I love Snowberry, Amaryllis or delicate Freesia - or a collection of fir cones and baubles in a bowl on a shelf".
For something special look for the variegated Convallaria majalis albostriata to gently force in the warmth for Christmas flowers.
Shirley Horticultural Society, which has organised the event, said Mr Ranson's talk could cover a range of topics from trees, wreaths and plants to Christmas flowers and how to care for greenery over winter.
A demonstration of Christmas Flowers was given by Ann Evans.
There are in-depth features on bonsai, orchids, bromeliads, Christmas flowers, herbs and many more.
99, covers not only the old favourites but the many plants that have become popular in recent years, with special features on bonsai, orchids, bromeliads, Christmas flowers, herbs and many more.
Interflora says you should order Christmas flowers as far in advance as possible but guarantees delivery on all orders placed by 11am on December 24.
More than $2,000 was spent on the entertainment, $621 for a large floral arrangement and the Christmas flowers and candles that decorated the tables.
Poinsettias, the traditional Christmas flowers, might scare anyone when they hit the retail shelves the day after Halloween.
Flowers included in this tender cut flowers, planted together, blomsterbinderier, potted plants, christmas flowers such as associated with representations, retirements, etc.
Stewards were Diana Hunt and Maxine Lodge and the gift of Christmas flowers was from Betty Booth.