What could be better than a Christmas bouquet or a Christmas plant to decorate your table during the holidays! In Belgium, many people decorate their home or office with flowers during the holidays. Poinsettia, amaryllis, Christmas roses, there is no lack of choice! Flowers are a great way to express your emotions. That's why bouquets and plants also make great gifts. Do you already know the top 5 traditional flowers and plants for the Holidays? And do you know why Christmas decorations are always the same colour: red, white and green? Learn more about Christmas flowers in a few minutes.
To inspire you and get you in the Christmas mood, we've listed 5 traditional Christmas flowers and plants. Poinsettia, amaryllis, Christmas rose, mistletoe, holly... Do you know them all? These typical flowers of the Christmas season create a joyful and warm atmosphere.
Every country has their own traditions with Christmas. However, the main colours are the same everywhere. In December, the world shines with red, white and green shades. Why are these three colours so typical of Christmas? This colourful tradition started centuries ago. Red, white and green are symbolic colours representing love, faith and hope respectively! As you know, Christmas is a Christian holiday. So you won't be surprised to learn that the traditional colours of Christmas originally had a religious meaning. In the colour wheel, red is in front of green, which means that they form a harmonious combination. White is also a typical Christmas colour that reminds us of a white, snowy Christmas. It is so romantic!