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Make this holiday season a special one with Mancuso's fun and festive floral arrangements & plants. Choose from any of our beautiful holiday flowers, gift baskets, blooming garden baskets, plants or centerpieces in a price range comfortable for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best flowers for Christmas?
🤶 The best flowers to send this holiday season are the ones from the heart! Whether it’s a seasonal favorite like amaryllis, poinsettias, and holiday greens or a classic red rose, as long as it’s from the heart, it’s the best flower.
Who is the best flower delivery service?
⛄ Mancuso’s Florist is proud to be the best florist in the greater St. Clair Shores/ Detroit area. From our delivery drivers to Frank Mancuso himself, we are committed to providing the best customer service available. We hold our national partners to the same high standards we have in-house. Mancuso’s Florist is the best flower delivery service available.
What is a popular Christmas plant?
❄ Poinsettias are by far, the most popular Christmas plants. Of course, our year-round favorites can always be dressed in holiday dressings with bright baskets, bows, faux snow, willow whisps, and so much more!
What is the name of the popular red Christmas flower?
🎁 Poinsettias are technically a plant, but the vibrant colors of the leaves are sometimes called flame-leaf flowers or lobster flowers, making them the most popular red Christmas flowers. Amaryllis also comes in red and is quite popular.
What flowers are in bloom in December?
🎉 Carnations, roses, amaryllis, and ranunculus are all in bloom in December. You may have to wait until late December to get ranunculus, also known as the Persian buttercup.
How long does a Christmas plant last?
🤶 Poinsettias come back year-over-year if they are cared for properly. Keeping them in a dark, cool room with plenty of water, will keep your poinsettia bright for the whole holiday season and into next year!
Do poinsettias like sun or shade?
⛄ Poinsettias prefer the shade, even just a little light is enough for these stunning Christmas flowers.
Why is poinsettia a Christmas flower?
🎁 The legend of the poinsettia is that a small girl laid weeds in a chapel to celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas Day, and in a miracle, the weeds burst into bright red flowers representing the star that lead the wise man and red as the blood of Christ. We call them Poinsettias because Roberts Poinsett was the first Ambassador from the USA to Mexico and took an interest in the plants, sending them back home as presents.