Indoor plants can be challenging to keep your plant alive in the winter months. The days get shorter and colder, and the weather outside is less than ideal. Many people turn their attention to indoor plants, so they don’t have to worry about their precious garden while they’re away at work or school. The problem with this is that many people think of all the same types of plants: cacti, succulents, and other hardy species that can withstand harsh winters. While these are excellent choices for most people in colder climates, some wonderful flowering plants can bring color into your home even during the darkest part of winter!
Poinsettia is a winter flowering plant that is easy to care for. It can be grown in the ground or in pots, making it an excellent choice for beginners who want to learn how to grow flowers indoors.
Poinsettias are available year-round at most garden centers, but they tend to be more expensive during the holiday season when everyone’s looking for decorations and gifts! If you’re on a budget this year (or just plain old sick of spending money on other people), consider getting one as an indoor plant instead of something else— great indoor plant, you won’t regret it!
African violets are easy to grow, even better if you start in your indoor garden. They come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes.
No complicated watering or feeding schedules are needed when using this plant as your indoor flower. The best part? You can start with one African violet plant and grow it into an entire collection!
If you’re trying to ensure that your houseplants don’t die during the winter months (or any time of year), then adding these little guys will help keep them healthy while the temperatures dip below freezing outside.
Christmas cactus, are all native to Brazil. This indoor plant can grow quite large, so you must have room for them in your home. While there aren’t wide varieties available commercially today, luckily, there’s still some space left over after Christmas celebrations, so we could add one more option here on this list too!
Paperwhites or Daffodils
Paperwhite flowers are easy to grow and don’t require much maintenance once planted in the ground or potting soil at home. They’re inexpensive compared with other indoor plants, so there’s no need for guilt over buying an extra flower just because it needs more room than yours does–go ahead and buy another one if necessary!
Amaryllis, also known as the bulb plant, is a flowering plant that can be grown indoors in many containers. It’s easy to grow and will bloom throughout winter if adequately cared for. The flowers are small but beautiful with their yellow coloration and purple spots on the petals.
All of these indoor plants can help brighten up the dark days of winter.
Poinsettias, African violets, Christmas cactus, all thrive in low-light environments as they do during the fall and winter. They will make your home look brighter with their bright colors when they bloom. Paperwhites or daffodils are also an excellent choice as indoor plants because they prefer bright light conditions but don’t require much maintenance once established on your windowsill or side table at work/school! Amaryllis is another good choice for an indoor plant that blooms every springtime through summertime (though you’ll need to move them indoors if temperatures get too cold for them).
We hope this article has given you some new ideas for your own home. We’re excited to see what you come up with, and we wish everyone a great start of the month!