8 Jolly Christmas Plants
Holly: A number of hollies (Ilex species), mainly hailing from Europe or North America.
Poinsettia: Native to Mexico and parts of Central America, the vibrant poinsettia features showy petal-like bracts that resemble enormous flowers.
Douglas fir: In North America the Douglas fir is one of several species of conifers used as Christmas trees.
Christmas cactus: Native to Brazil, the winter-flowering Christmas cactus bears red or pink flowers around late December in the Northern Hemisphere.
Mistletoe: European mistletoe (Viscum album) and its North American counterpart.
Norway spruce: The Norway spruce is a common Christmas tree in many places. Blue spruce and white spruce are also used.
Christmas rose: Depending on the climate, the cheery Christmas rose can produce attractive white or pink flowers in December.
Cedar:Various evergreen trees known as cedars, including the western red cedar (Thuja plicata) and the incense cedar.