Dazzle your home with Christmas flowers in pastel lilac colours or classic red and green. Surprise your friends & family with tiny trees, Christmas bouquets and pretty Christmas gifts. Free same-day flower delivery to Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley.
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Level up your Secret Santa gift exchange with Christmas presents that everyone will surely love and
appreciate. Surprise your loved ones with Christmas flower arrangements and Christmas gift sets - who knows, some may even be on their heartfelt
Christmas wish list. Find helpful Christmas gift ideas and so much more with our Christmas flowers in festive and pastel colours. Be the life of
the party when you send meaningful Christmas gifts to your loved ones from Malaysia's most stylish online florist. Make the season of giving a whole
new experience of your own with gorgeous Xmas gifts.
Christmas Home Decor
Thinking of hosting a Christmas party or just decorating your home in the spirit of Christmas?
Inject some festive cheer into your home with mini Christmas trees and lush wreaths. Featuring holiday-themed pine leaves and pine cones
incorporated into lush flower arrangements and wreaths. Need some last minute Christmas decorations for the holidays? We offer free same day
delivery to Kuala Lumpur and selected areas in Selangor. Save a trip to the store and order your Christmas flowers today.
The Story of the Christmas Plant
Some Christmas traditions never go out of style. Like the Poinsettia! How did such a lavish potted
plant become a Christmas icon? In 1828, Joel Roberts Poinset (that's how the plant got it's name!) brought this Christmas plant into America from
Mexico and found that unlike other plants which bloom in the magic of spring, the Poinsettia's red leaves blossom in winter - which is generally
during the time of Christmas cheer. Since plants rarely blossom in winter, the Poinsettia is usually sold by growers and botanists during Christmas
time. The trend caught on worldwide and carried on until this very day. The Poinsettia represents the miracle of Christmas - a reminder that there's
magic and wonder in the midst of all that snow.