Not just for foliage you can also grow indoor plants for their bright colorful blooms! Here’s the list of the Best Flowering Houseplants you can try!
Want a pop of colors in your room with mesmerizing fragrance? Here are the most amazing Flowering Houseplants you can grow!
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Best Flowering Houseplants
Although begonias are considered outdoor plants, Wax Begonia, Rieger Begonia, and Angel-Wing Begonia are among the best and most popular houseplants.
Here are the best types of Begonias you can grow
Known for their colorful foliage and long-lasting flowers, bromeliads can beautify your interior. They thrive easily without much care and thrive in low-light conditions as well.
Check out our article on growing Bromeliads here
3. African Violet
African violets are easy to grow flowering plants that can be grown indoors for their beautiful flowers and foliage. Keep these plants in a spot where they can receive filtered sunlight.
Here’s all you need to know about growing African Violets
Growing geranium indoors is not as easy as other flowering houseplants on this list. It requires a south or west-facing window that receives ample sun and moderate watering.
Check out our article on growing Geraniums here
Growing poinsettias in your home can add a bright touch to your interior. Its multicolor bracts look more colorful than its flowers.
Here’s all you need to know about growing Poinsettias
6. Peace Lily
If you want to grow a low-care flowering houseplant, grow peace lily! Peace lily’s beautiful white bracts and tiny flowers flourish in low lighting conditions.
Check out our article on growing Peace Lily here
7. Lipstick Plant
Although not commonly grown as a houseplant, lipstick plants can be grown indoors. It requires a constantly warm temperature and humid surroundings to thrive.
Here is more on how to grow Lipstick Plant
Growing jasmine indoors is possible if you keep this most fragrant vine in a bright spot that receives a few hours of direct sunlight.
Check out our article on the best types of Jasmines here
Impatiens are beautiful shade-loving annuals but in optimum conditions, you can grow them year-round as a houseplant. Place the pot in a spot that receives bright indirect sun all day long.
Here’s all you need to know about growing Impatiens
Kalanchoe is a tropical succulent, and it can be grown indoors. You can keep it near a window where it can receive a few good hours of sunlight in order to bloom.
Check out our article on growing Kalanchoe here
This beautiful Purple Leaf Shamrock can adorn your house with showy purple foliage and white or pink flowers. Place it at a bright spot for abundant blooms.
12. Cape Primrose
If you keep the soil lightly moist and give it bright, indirect sun year-round, it will bloom continuously. Also, there are many new hybrid varieties available with bigger flowers, longer blooming times, and more compact foliage.
13. Christmas Cactus
Christmas cactus is an old-fashioned favorite houseplant of many. When it blooms, it creates a warm atmosphere. The colorful flowers can quickly brighten up any interior.
Here’s all you need to know about making a Christmas Cactus bloom
14. Crown of Thorns
The Crown of Thorns becomes an exceptional houseplant due to its flowers and low maintenance. If you can provide a sunny window where the plant can be placed, it will grow happily ever after.
Check out our article on growing Crown of Thorns here
15. Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Black-eyed Susan vine can be grown indoors. Depending on your climate, this annual or perennial flowering plant can add a dramatic appeal to your rooms. Keep it near a window, where it can receive plenty of sunlight.
16. Purple Heart or Inch Plant (Wandering Jew)
A cluster of purple, lance-shaped leaves makes purple heart an impressive houseplant with or without its pink flowers. This beautiful trailing indoor plant can be grown in small colorful pots or hanging baskets and can be used as a table accent. Keep your purple heart (Tradescantia pallida) plant in a spot where it can receive a couple of hours of direct sun.
Note: Several other plants from this genus apart from Tradescantia pallida are known with similar names! For example, Tradescantia zebrina and Tradescantia fluminensis
Orchids are different from other houseplants. They’re epiphytes. Unlike ferns, philodendrons, palms, and Swedish ivy, orchids do not grow in your regular soil. Putting an orchid in regular potting soil is actually one of the best ways to kill it. You can learn more about growing orchids indoors here.
Hydrangeas could be such great addition to your home when the bright-colored leaved plant flower naturally. The simple trick to keep the Hydrangeas looking beautiful and healthy is ensure the soil is evenly moist and place them in a place with direct sunlight.
20. Hoya Carnosa
Hoya Carnosa also commonly referred to as wax plants and could be one of the most adored plants in your houseplant collection as they are not only pretty but also easy to care for indoors. These stunning houseplants can thrive well in a varied range of climates and also light conditions. The little buds in the shape of stars and waxy texture is sure to add sweet charm to your home plant collection.