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8 Low-Maintenance Flowering Houseplants to Welcome Home This Season

Growing flowering houseplants can be one of the most welcoming things that you can do this season. What’s better than making a colorful, inexpensive natural force bloom around you? Whenever the flowers shall grow, you would feel truly momentous.

A useful tip for beginners should be to try to plant mature flower plants around you and not seeds. You should opt in to buy such seeds only if you have enough patience to wait for them to completely turn up.

Many of these can grow even with minimal care and can go on to thrive for years. But, some of these might end up blooming only for a short span of time and then start fading as the season goes by.

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8 Low-Maintenance Flowering Houseplants to Welcome Home This Season

You will have to choose the flowering houseplants accordingly. Flowers add a different layer of enjoyment altogether. They also act as a great source of decor and sweet scent for your space.

At least basic attention is required for them. Meanwhile, also remember to do regular misting to them, place these plants on a gravel bed, and pour some water over there.

You must be wondering as to what type of flowers can be grown indoors? So, to answer your budding curiosity, here is a list of some low-maintenance flowering houseplants by Bonasila, an FRP Planters manufacturer, for you to brighten up your lives and homes:

African Violets

This plant is very attractive and has a varied range of colors and forms. Mostly, the African violets grow a cluster of blue, purple, and white flowers with some fuzzy leaves.

With careful watering, some humidity around, brightness but not direct sunlight can keep these thriving for long. Keep the soil moist, very light, do not end up overwatering them.

Also, make sure that you use room-temperature water only, cold water will harm your plant. Keep fertilizing them every 2 weeks to get the best of their blooms.

Poinsettias

This is renowned as one of the most popular houseplants in the world. In recent years, this has developed its colors, a variety of them, pink and white being the most prominent of all.

However, the standard ‘red poinsettia’ is still said to be ‘the king’ of Poinsettias. Give them proper light, mild growing temperature and raise the humidity around by adding other plants and other humidifiers.

Do water them regularly, but do not end up overwatering them. If you are someone who is dedicated to truly growing this, you should bring in standard poinsettia since they bloom back the next year.


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Orchids

Orchids are one of the largest plant groups in the world. There are up to 30,000 species that are known and more than thousands of hybrids.

These houseplants are breathtaking and again should have a very responsible and careful owner to bring the orchids back to blooming. They need adequate blooming, up to 50-70%, and up to 6 hours of sunlight each day.

Go with a “weekly rule of thumb”, feed them at least weekly once, and try using a fertilizer that is water-soluble. Monthly once, you can also flush them with clear water and clean them up.

Peace Lilies

These are folded white flowers that are seen nodding peacefully over glossy leaves. These need average light, a bit of warmth, and good humidity around.

These flowers are very low-maintenance and hence make it to the list of one of the easiest keeping houseplants.

It requires very little sunlight and regular watering or just misting. It will end up blooming even in the shadiest homes. Pot it well with designer planters and make them thrive for long.

Hoya Carnosa

This plant is also popularly known as the ‘wax plant’, due to the wax-like appearance of its flowers. They also carry an array of scented perfumes which is soothing.

They do well in almost all climatic conditions and are said to endure very well specifically in low-light conditions. Some amount of direct sunlight also doesn’t harm. Also, we recommend you to use room temperature water to quench your thirst.

The humidity maintained around these houseplants should be 50%. Make sure you feed them monthly with a fertilizer that is high potassium, water-soluble preferably diluted by half.

Kalanchoe

Being a native of Madagascar, these thrive well in arid climates with easy care. These are consistently growing and have beautiful flowers and leaves.

Keep note of it that these houseplants are toxic to dogs and cats so keep them around your homes in a way that they are out of reach. These require abundant sunlight but not directly.

Along with well-drained soil, with not too much moisture, these will grow well. Fertilize them well once a month, especially during springs and summers.

Amaryllis

These gorgeous flowers bloom with great exuberance. You will not stop admiring their beauty once you keep them around. Simply plant them in healthy potting soil and water them regularly.

Keep the soil moist. They need bright indirect sunlight. If you bring home the bulbs, you will witness the growth of its flowers in up to 7-10 weeks.

Christmas Cactus

These flowering houseplants are technically known as subtropical forest cacti. With their exotic looks and drooping red/pink/white flowers, they stand unique and go on to live for decades. They are non-fussy and are easy to maintain.

They just need bright indirect light, watering only when the soil gets dry and no accumulation of water in the pot. Prune these during late spring to encourage their healthy growth and to remove any plant wound.

To Address More of Your Queries, Here are Some FAQs About Flowering Plants:

1) What’s the Easiest Houseplant to Care For?

The easiest houseplant to keep around would be the Monstera plant. However, if you are looking for a flowering houseplant then “African Violets” take a win.

2) What are the Most Popular Flowering Indoor Plants?

Begonia, African Violets, Poinsettia, Bromeliads are a few household flowering plants.

3) What Types of Flowers Can be Grown Indoors?

You can grow peace lilies, Christmas cactus, orchids, etc. along with the list of flowers mentioned in the previous question.

4) What Fertilizer Helps Flowers Bloom?

Fertilizers that have a high percentage of phosphorus as compared to nitrogen and potassium percentage should be preferred for flowering plants.

We hope that all your major queries were answered here. Although, we still recommend you do your research thoroughly before adopting any plant/ planter to avoid any problems in the future.

These low-maintenance plants assure you that you do not end up spending a lot of time looking after them, they are more self-sufficient than you think! Just don’t forget to protect them with strong, designer planters and let them live their uniqueness.

For beginners, these flowering plants can be a great start. Experience a breath of fresh air, fragrance, the vibe around you with such extra rewarding houseplants.

Warm weather favors an increased blossoming of flowers, so set your green thumb active and push the plant babies indoors!


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