Saying goodbye to a loved one is always a difficult thing to do. With FTD, you can send funeral plants for delivery and choose from our selection of beautiful tributes that include peace lilies, bonsai trees, and white orchids. Pay tribute to the departed and show your love and support for the brokenhearted with a sympathy plant delivery today.
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FTD’s Plants for Funeral Delivery
These are just some of the many green and blooming plants you can send for a funeral service, and they all serve as great options to express your condolences. Our funeral plants can be delivered to the mortuary, funeral home, church, cathedral, or residence. Along with our collection of funeral plants, we have a lovely assortment of gift baskets that you can send to those who are grieving. Any selection from FTD’s Sympathy Collection is sure to bring comfort to loved ones, and let them know you’re thinking of them during hard times. Shop all plants today and take advantage of our easy ordering platform and excellent customer service.
Funeral Plants FAQs
Where to Buy Funeral Plants Near Me?
FTD is a national delivery service, which means you can find a wide variety of popular funeral plants for a service near you. We work with local florists in your area to ensure your plants for a funeral service arrive on time and are in the freshest condition.
Rather than sending bouquets and flowers, green and white plants for a funeral make a great gift as some can last for years with care and regular watering. To make your delivery even more special, make sure to write a personalized condolence card to express your sorrow and sympathy for the grieving.
How Quickly Can I Have Funeral Plants Delivered?
At FTD, we work with local florists across the country to ensure your funeral plants are delivered right on time. Whether you’re looking for funeral flowers or sympathy gift baskets, you can have your condolence gift delivered within a few days or even the same day, depending on your selection.
You read that right! We have same day plant delivery for funerals that can be delivered on the day of the service. Just make sure to complete your order by 2 pm in the funeral service’s time zone, and to give our team of florists at least 6 hours to arrange your arrangement.
What is a Good Plant to Give for a Funeral?
At FTD, we have an expansive collection of best selling plants for funeral services. Some of the most common funeral plants to send include:
Azalea Plants – support loved ones during their time of loss with a beautiful azalea plant delivery. Known for their vibrant colors of white, pink, orange, and red, these beauties make for an excellent tabletop display
Calla Lilies - pink calla lilies signify admiration and appreciation, and white calla lilies are the traditional choice for funeral flower arrangements
Bonsai Trees – a carefully cultivated Bonsai tree can serve as a living memorial for the loved ones of the departed.
Pink Rosalea Plants – these plants have small petals that resemble roses, and are delivered in a charming burlap-covered container
Rose Plants – rose plants of any color are a thoughtful way to honor and celebrate the life of the deceased
White Orchids – white is the traditional color of most funeral flowers. The white orchid plant blooms for three months out of the year, and is an elegant alternative to conventional sympathy arrangements.
Spathiphyllum Plants – are more commonly known as Peace Lilies. This is a flowering houseplant that is often sent at funerals, as peace lilies represent tranquility and purity.
Dracaena Plants – express your love and support with a beautiful dracaena plant that is easy to care for and requires no green thumb.
Philodendron Plants – whether being delivered to the family home or funeral service, a potted philodendron makes an elegant gift and needs very little TLC to thrive
No matter what type of funeral plants you send, these gifts will go on living for months or even years. Depending on the species, they may be brought home and re-planted in the family garden, serving as a beautiful reminder of a loved one who has passed.