Flowering plants add flair to gifts. When you buy plants online, you may worry about their quality upon delivery. By choosing Emily's Plants you are assured that blooming plants will arrive fully graced with blossoms. Our eclectic choices in flowering potted plants include roses, gardenias, kalanchoes, lavenders and azaleas, all of which re-bloom for continued excitement as flowering plants. When you buy plants online we ensure they will performs as lovely green plants out of blossom as well as in. See each of our flowering potted plants for pot sizes and large photos to help you make great choices when selecting blooming plants for anyone and everyone on your gift list.
The containers chosen for Emily's Plants blooming plants are so unique you may find yourself choosing by container rather than plant! All blend beautifully into groups, too.
Regular Price: $49.99
Special Price $39.99
There is no more perfect gift for mother or wife than a lovely, fragrant gardenia, with its deep green leaves and fragrant white flowers. Its distinctive scent warms up any home. It is planted in a six-inch pot within a lovely woven basket.Learn More
$55.99The perfect sympathy gift, our little ceramic angel presiding over a pretty mini white rose bush. This thoughtful gift of white roses denotes a sense of heaven and remembrance. This pretty ceramic container measure 6" in diameter and is 5.25" in height. The angel extends out from the ceramic pottery about 3" and is also 5 .25" in height. Learn More
$44.99Our beautiful Peace Lily makes a warm hearted statement of remembrance, and is a perfect sympathy gift with our understated swirl cache ceramic container. Peace Lilies, like white lilies, are associated with peace, purity, and innocence after death. The ceramic container measures 5" in diameter x 5" in height. Learn More
$49.99A living remembrance of fragrant gardenias makes a beautiful and meaningful gift. Our beautiful budding gardenia comes in a white ceramic container, with a praying angel. TThis pretty ceramic container measures 6" in diameter and is 5.25" in height. The cherub extends out from the ceramic pottery about 3" and is also 5 .25" in height. Learn More
Bring a sense of serenity and fond remembrance with our beautiful peace lily placed in our ceramic purple hobnail container. Peace lilies evoke feelings of peace, harmony, purity, and innocence and look almost divine in our pretty purple ceramic container. This container measures 5" in diameter x 4.5" in height.Learn More
Give someone the gift of new life in the garden with the Garden Maker Butterfly Flowers kit. This set is designed to help anyone easily grow flowering plants that are known to attract butterflies as well as birds to backyards. The seeds included in the butterfly flower seed kit can be planted inside of pots or right in the soil of the garden and are a mix of black eyed susans, mexican sunflowers, zinnias, butterfly weed, purple coneflower, borage, cosmos and holly hock. Garden stakes and a pencil to label them are packaged with the seeds in a sleek gift box made out of recycled steel.Learn More
Delight young and old alike with the Garden Maker Bird Habitat! A great choice of childs gardening kit to give for a birthday or Christmas present, this set includes seeds that will grow into flowering plants that are beloved by birds. Kids will love planting the calendula, liatris, salvia, larkspur, amaranthus, buckwheat, sunflower and mexican hat seeds outdoors and can learn about gardening and biology while watching them grow. Then, they'll be able to watch their new found feathered friends visit for a snack. Packaged in a recycled U.S. steel gift box, the set even includes stakes and a pencil for labeling the plots in the garden.Learn More
Speak the language of flowers to someone special and give them well wishes and a gift that will treat them to color and natural beauty. The Flower Giving Wishes is a unique choice of gardening gifts that includes six pots of seeds with decorative labels. The labeling not only tells what seeds are inside, but it also provides the symbolic meaning of the flower. The gift will let the recipient know that you wish them a life filled with happiness, friendship, strength, love, joy and clarity. The set includes a steel case, a pencil, garden stakes and sweet pea, pink, daisy, lavender, baby's breath and forget me not seeds.Learn More
Do flowering plants come to mind when you think about sending a gift plant? Then this selection is perfect for you to buy plants online. Do you love the classic drama of roses or azaleas, among everyone's favorite flowering potted plants? We even offer three different colors in our rose family. Our less traditional blooming plants include elegant and exotic white gardenias, vivid red kalanchoes and lavender for scent and spicing as well as beauty.
Our containers for flowering plants ensure that each will present high style in impeccable taste when you buy plants online from Emily's Plants. The containers for our blooming plants are chosen to look well in any décor and with a variety of colors. Plants are generously sized, ranging up to 16" tall.
If someone already has house or office plants, you can be sure she or he will welcome another. A plant doesn't need to fit anyone, nor does it conflict with anyone's diet. Zero calories. It's a welcome addition to any - or every - room in the house. Indoors or outdoors, too. Great for a patio, deck or porch. In warmer climates, our selections can go into the ground to make an exceptional outdoor plant. In colder climates they can summer outdoors and winter inside.
Many flowers have traditional meanings. Roses have symbolized love and passion since the ancient Greeks and Romans and are the national flower of the United States. When Romans needed to have a confidential discussion, they placed a rose on the door to warn away anyone not in the conversation. So if you see a rose upon a door | Other meanings for the flowers you may choose when you buy plants online: azaleas, abundance; gardenias, joy; lavender, loyalty. Kalanchoe, an African native, didn't come into wide use until after the great Victorian frenzy to assign a meaning to any plant that didn't already have one.