This year, we want to give Mom something that lasts. So instead of the traditional bouquet, we’re gifting Mom an orchid. Not just any orchid but a stunning Westerlay, who are known for their beautiful blooms and longevity.



We’ve killed a few orchids in our time but the plants come with detailed instructions (we’ve included their video on how to water — or not water — your orchid below.)

And did you know that you can keep an orchid for years if you ‘rebloom’ your plant? They’re dormant for 3-6 months so just be patient.




“The wonderful thing about gifting an orchid to your Mom or a loved one this Mother’s Day is that it’s the gift that keeps on giving and will bloom at the same time every year if cared for properly. A single orchid or arrangement is simple and stunning,” says Westerlay Orchids president Toine Overgaag. “ Orchids are a perfect gift and reminder of how special a loved one is.”




You can buy a single orchid (approx. $60) or if you have a number of people you want to gift, get a Box O’ Orchids. Depending on which kind of variety you pick, they range in price. For instance, the Phalaenopsis Orchids are $115 for 15 orchids, each in a lovely ceramic pot.

You do the math.



To check if they deliver to your state, click here.

Gift-giving solved.