|Statement||by Tom Gough.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Caring for houseplants the right way is just as important as picking the right one. With a little preparation and some care, you can learn how to take care of your house plants and keep them looking beautiful. If you notice problems, use our helpful tips on houseplant care to solve them before they get serious. 10 Flowering Houseplants That Are Easy to Grow and Care For Houseplants are one of the best investments when it comes to home decoration. They are often simple to maintain and purify the air in your house, all while looking beautiful and helping relax their owner and guests through pleasant scents and a feeling of being surrounded by nature. Houseplants typically require high light (six or more hours a day), medium light (four to six hours a day), or low light (less than three hours a day). Plants will either require bright or direct light (sunlight from a south-facing window) or indirect or filtered . Flowering houseplants add a layer of enjoyment, bringing color, and maybe even scent into your decor. While they may seem fancy, some can survive with only basic attention. Try brightening up the home with these eight flowering houseplants that will thrive with minimal care.
Popular House Plants Click on any picture in our Popular House Plant Section and learn how to identify, grow, and care for indoor houseplants. Search our extensive houseplant guide and find plant care advice for your specific indoor houseplants. The Kaffir lily is a flowering house plant that blooms beautiful orange (my favorite), red yellow and cream flowers, in clusters of more than These are fairly easy to care for, however, they may not bloom if not cared for correctly. Its a must to understand the Kaffir's needs and then they're easy enough to maintain while producing flowers. Following are 12 top flowering houseplants for easy-care blooms indoors. AFRICAN VIOLET. Adaptable to just about every environment, African violets are one of the easiest flowering houseplants to grow. Moreover, there are hundreds of varieties to choose from. The fuzzy-leaved plant performs best in evenly moist soil and indirect sunlight. Flowering Houseplants Care Tips. Caring for houseplants in bloom is a bit different than it is for your basic green indoor plants. Most flowering indoor plants need a little more care in order for them to bloom reliably. Some will need more light and fertilizer than indoor foliage plants.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: House plants. Flower gardening. Indoor flowering plants -- Cultivation - Manuals; More like this: Similar Items. Orchids might have different needs compared to most of your plants, but if you can master the basics of their care, they can be easy-care houseplants too. Since they're unique, you can display them in fun ways too, like creating hanging planters to show off their eye-catching blooms. If you have flowering houseplants, keep the spent blooms picked to encourage more flowers. Take off dead or yellow leaves, too, and cut stems that have lost their leaves to the soil line. You'll Love Their New Book. For those of us who could learn a thing or two about plant care, the dudes are here to help. DIY Hanging Cookie Tin Planters. The last 50 pages contain practical care tips and trouble-shooting, but this book is at its best for visual examples of how to select and arrange plants to bring your room to life. Buy now 6.