7 Beautiful Indoor Flowers You Can Grow During Winter Days

Homiful.com -- It's no secret that indoor plants will make your space more vibrant, both aesthetically and emotionally. Winter, though, might make indoor gardening less enjoyable. Your indoor plants may go dormant or even die due to the cold, low light levels, and heater in the home.

If you have these 7 beautiful indoor flowers you can grow during the winter days, you won't need to worry too much. These plants won't be weakened by winter, so they'll bloom beautifully for you. Read in full below. 

1. Geranium


Geranium will color your winter days. They produce lovely flowers in a variety of colors, including white, pink, and purple. You can do overwintering plants that bring or grow indoor geranium to shelter it from cold weather, wind, and snow. Put them in the shade for a week, then move it a sunny spot indoors to keep geranium happy.

2. Poinsettia


Poinsettia is a plant that represents winter and Christmas. The red color gives off a festive look that's perfect for holiday. This plant thrives in the winter as well. Make sure it gets bright, indirect light to make the poinsettia thrive and produce star-shaped blooms over the holiday. Keep the soil slightly moist and water it regularly.

3. Oxalis triangularis


The oxalis or shamrock plant amazes with its burgundy leaves and pretty violet flowers. It's fine to grow oxalis indoors, but if you are growing it outside, bring your potted oxalis indoors before freezing temperature set in. Let your oxalis adapt by placing it in a sunny location. Proper care will make your oxalis last well indoors during the winter.

4. Christmas cactus


This is a flowering indoor plant that is sure to give you a bloom during the winter holidays. The Christmas cactus can live up to 100 years more, making it flowering holiday plant for generations. They'll decorate your house with beautiful flowers. Put it somewhere that gets bright sunlight during winter.

5. Goldfish plant


This plant will remind you of goldfishes. It was thanks to the flowers that resembled goldfish in its orange color. The plant thrive on a sunny kitchen window as the plant prefers a location with bright, indirect light. In the winter, goldfish plant tolerate in a minimum of 6 °F (16 °C).

6. Desert Rose


The astonishingly colorful flowers of desert roses. As the name implies, the plant is a desert plant that despise extreme cold. When winter arrives, you can bring it indoors. Keep it away from chilly winds, rain, and excessive watering. You can place it a frost-free, dry location at home.

7. Begonia


Begonia is a popular indoor plant with exotic green leaves and elegantly beautiful flowers. This plant grows well indoors with bright indirect light. Some begonia will even grow and flower year-round. They like indoor temperature of 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit, so keep them away from heat sources in the house.

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