Here you can find out which plants you should give to your friends and family in a Broadway style. Check these plants based on your favorite musicals!
Love is abundant in Mamma Mia, and you are the slow winemaker while the vines nurture a new heart. Grab a jug of water, put a Netflix video on the fireplace, take off your overalls and a white blouse, because it’s time for karaoke by the sea. It’s time to start Christmas shopping, so grab your watering can and head to the grocery store.
The leaves may not be Anne Boleyn’s green, but the Persian shield is born, and it’s so fantastic. It is almost ironic that the leaves of this plant are so similar to those in the musical “Mamma Mia.”
The deep purple leaves give the whole thing the perfect degree of royalty and elegance that awaits every member of the six families. If you feel surrounded by these cute little succulents, you will be a complete stranger on a rolling stone.
Stroman is a perfect gift for Moulin Rouge and one of my favorite plants.
The seasons of love have been heard about 400 million times, and when Rent hit cinemas in 2005, it was incorporated into the soundtrack.
Apart from that, I’m not really crazy about it being one of the most popular songs in music history, and I mean really, really popular.
The love and loss of 525,600 minutes come to mind first, of course, and the breathtaking tendrils of my heart go together perfectly. I chose it simply because it’s called “Mary,” and I’m a big fan of Mary Poppins, but also because of the beautiful lyrics of the song.
Do you need a great gift? Check these plants based on your favorite musicals! With the holidays approaching, we would be remiss if we didn’t make you a little more fun with your green – thumb-sized – packing friends. We’re not talking about you, Mr. Grinch, but about today’s Tix, the official ticket platform for the annual Christmas tree lighting in New York City.