Instead of gifting your significant other cut flowers that will wither in a couple of days or chocolates that will often disappear as well, consider presenting a one-of-a-kind and long-lasting gift. An indoor plant is a gift that will last longer than a few days. It will continue to spark talk about a wonderful Valentine’s Day as part of the decor even after the Day has passed. Give an exotic plant, perhaps a red or pink blooming plant in an eye-catching pot, and your Valentine will be overjoyed.


It’s almost impossible to resist this plant’s allure with its exquisite, soft-colored petals. Because of the orchid’s symbolic importance, they’re also ideal for any love-filled celebration depending on the color of their flowers; you’ll most likely be sending along with some lovely and romantic messages. Fortunately for all of us, Orchids are quite easy to care for. Because these greens are classified as tropical plants, they demand a higher humidity level. However, spraying your blooms daily can help any indoor orchid plant imitate a beautiful, humid atmosphere. Your recipient needs to set their new potted acquaintance in a well-lit spot and water it frequently enough for it to thrive.


Gerbera is another popular indoor plant, owing to its brilliant and cheerful daisy-like blossoms. This blooming plant species is native to South Africa and has flowers in various sizes and colors, including pink, yellow, salmon, orange, and white, with flower sizes ranging from 2 to 5 inches wide. Isn’t this a bright Valentine Day gifts idea? The Gerbera-Pink indoor plant, in particular, is ideal for bringing color to your front lawn.

Cascading Philodendron 

Philodendrons are a cascading plant that looks fantastic hanging from a branch or on a shelf. Their leaves have a larger heart shape and come in light green, dark green, or a combination of leaf tones. There is also a pink-leaved variant.


Have you ever heard of the dragon tree? It is effective at purifying the surrounding air. It can live in both low-light and high-light environments. The recipient will appreciate the decorative appeal plant present. When looking for Valentine flowers for loved ones, it is simple to discover them in an online plant nursery.

String Of Hearts 

This plant is one of the most lovely and romantic plants for Valentine’s Day. The heart-shaped succulent leaves are variegated white and green and dangle down on long delicate stems. When they’re in a good mood, they produce tiny light purple tubular flowers that are quite lovely.

African Violets 

African violets bloom in a variety of jewel tones throughout the year. Look for unique colors like white, deep red, or dark pink with white edging. African violets blossom best when at least eight hours of darkness each night. Take care not to expose the plant to too much direct sunshine since this can scorch it.

Lucky Bamboo Plant 

The bamboo plant represents good health, riches, and happiness. Nothing says I love you like a lovely bamboo plant. You are not only wishing your loved ones success and happiness, but you are also giving them a gift that will last a lifetime. A thoughtful gesture like this will undoubtedly keep the love flowing.


This plant, also known as the flamingo flower, almost screams love: the leaves and the flowers are heart-shaped. The blossoms are also long-lasting; each bloom can endure for months with sufficient temperature and humidity. What’s more, in the correct conditions, anthuriums bloom intermittently throughout the year.

Hoya Hearts 

The sweetheart plant, also known as Valentine’s hoya, is a traditional Valentine’s Day gift: little but well-formed, with an unambiguous message of love. And, conveniently, it’s about as indestructible as houseplants go, as long as you don’t drown it with overwatering. However, be aware that only a small percentage of these Hoya cuttings will grow beyond the original single leaf. This may be excellent for those with little windowsills, but it may disappoint those who hoped their plant would develop alongside their relationship.

Heart Fern 

Try the Heart Fern if your recipient is one of those persons who can’t seem to stop overwatering. Ferns, in general, are ideal plants for folks who can’t seem to keep their hands away from the watering can. They enjoy being noticed and can thrive in almost any type of planter.