10 Indoor Flowering Plants to Add Color to Your Home
Your garden isn't the only place where you can grow flowers. There's a whole array of indoor flowering plants that can add a little color to any corner of your house. (And they aren't all high-maintenance blooms, either!)
You don't have to be a gardening expert to keep these blossoming plants happy, according to Bloomscape's "plant mom," horticulturist Joyce Mast. "Caring for these plants is generally the same as for other indoor plants," she says. "Most indoor flowering plants are able to reside in various lighting situations in your home, even in the direct sunlight."
First off, maintain your plant by removing spent blooms or yellowing foliage. This makes sure the energy is directed toward producing new blooms. Mast also recommends keeping the soil somewhat moist while avoiding standing water at the bottom of the pot—which can cause issues for the plant's root system.
If you're ready to be a budding horticulturist, here are some flowering plants you can easily grow indoors.