We have selected some of the prettiest winter plants for you. Perfect for that drafty cold window and they can double as a room freshener!
Honestly, this is (Chamaecyparis pisifera) one of those lovely creatures that you'd wish never grew up! Lucky for you this cypress grows super slow. This beautiful plant was found as a mutation on a different specimen and was first mentioned in 1966.
Care and Maintenance
These plants require as much direct sun as possible. They are mainly meant to be outdoors as they can tolerate low winter temperatures, so we recommend keeping them close to a window if you plan to have them around for longer than just the holidays.
Keep the soil slightly moist. Perhaps water every week to about 10 days.
This plant is safe for pets, but keep it out of their reach because of the prickles.