We understand that winter can be a drag for green thumbs like ourselves. It’s frigid, dark and can sometimes cause you some winter blues. Sometimes winter isn’t fun for anyone, especially your gardens. We have a cure for that! Below we have provided a list of our favorite 6 indoor plants to help you beat the winter blues.
The peace lily can be a beautiful addition to any room in your house during winter. This flower does great in low light areas. The white large spoon-shaped flower can really transform the mood of your room. The peace lily can be poisonous if consumed so be sure to keep out of children and pets reach. Try planting this flower in a deep container. Any colored vase can complement the white flowers.
The goldfish plant will bring a vibrant fun vibe to your home. This plant grows the best with a lot of sunlight. It grows orange fishlike flowers on long stems that look a lot like fishing lines. The best way to showcase this plant is to plant it in a hanging basket near sunlight.
A cactus in your home this winter will give you hope for summer. This one of a kind plant will grow strong in a sunny location. For the best growth, you should water it weekly and rotate the pot monthly. Be sure to plant your cactus in a container that allows the soil to breathe.
This plant screams topical! If you decide to bring a Hibiscus into your home make sure you have enough room because this plant can grow up to 6 feet tall. In order to keep it blooming, this plant needs lots of light. This blooming bright flower will bring a great vibe to your home!
This star-shaped plant will surely cure your winter blues. With their tall stems and layering bright flowers, this plant adds energy to any room. If you decide to bring home a Guzmania make sure you give it just enough light. Light is good for this flower but not too much. Partial shade would be ideal for this flower.
The most elegant flower you could have in your home would be an orchid. While orchids are lengthy and easy to grow they are often overlooked. Their beauty is hard to deny. These remarkable flowers are aesthetically pleasing to nearly anyone. Orchids tend to thrive in the same temperature humans do. Plant this flower in a clean container for a classic look.
We hope that these vibrant plants help brighten up your indoors during the winter. Here at SunCo, we believe in the power of horticulture. If you find yourself needing help next spring planting your garden, SunCo would love to help! Call us today at 402-972-8603 or
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