Your home is missing something. You’ve been working to make your home look like the ones you see in all the magazines with a big of cozy infused in it. But if you’ve been buying decor and feel like something is off, you might be missing a living element.

Flowers are a great accent to any home, regardless of the decor style. No matter the flower, they add a pop of color that adds a touch of life to the space. No green thumb is needed to brighten your home with beautiful blooms.

Instead, look for flowers to grow indoors and follow the care needs. All you need is a sunny window and the right watering schedule. You’ll have fresh blooms that are sure to add beauty to your space.

1. African Violets

These delicate little flowers are a must-have for any plant or flower lover. The African violet has thick fuzzy leaves that make an adorable houseplant on its own. When this plant blooms, it has flowers that are purple, pink, white, or multicolored.

Give these plants loose porous soil so the roots can breathe. There are soil mixes made especially for African violets to thrive. Give the plant indirect or filtered sunlight like through a window curtain.

2. Jasmine

Known for their fragrant blooms, most people are familiar with Jasmine as a note in their perfume. But the aroma is from a beautiful pink or white flower that will definitely make your home smell lovely.

Flowered jasmine and Arabian jasmine are among the easiest for homeowners to grow. They prefer plenty of intense light and moist soil. The flowers grow on vines so they’ll definitely be a showstopper plant for any space.

3. Orchids

Many people love having orchids in their homes. The delicate flowers look elegant whether they’re in a pot by themselves or part of an arrangement. However, many people also shy away from orchids because they believe they’re hard to take care of.

While they may be delicate, you simply need to know how to care for orchids the right way. With the proper care, they’ll stay in bloom for a few months and keep coming back through the years. Place them in bright, indirect light and water about once a week.

4. Kalanchoe

This is actually a succulent, but it puts out some of the prettiest flowers. The succulent is easy to take care of and, when given the right conditions, will have bright red, orange, yellow, or pink flowers amongst the glossy green leaves.

Be sure the plant is in well-draining soil. To encourage blooms, keep the plant in darkness for 12 to 14 hours for six weeks, then provide partial sunlight.

5. Amaryllis

Amaryllis has beautiful trumpet-shaped flowers that come in various shades of red, orange, pink, and white. These flowers are easiest to grow from bulbs and, overall, tend to be pretty easygoing flowers to grow inside.

These flowers need a lot of sunlight in order to grow their large and showy blooms. Place them in a bright window where they will receive at least six hours of sunlight a day. Keep the soil moist but be careful not to wet the part of the bulb that’s above the soil.

6. Begonias

Begonias are another common houseplant that can send out beautiful blooms under the right conditions. Begonia flowers can be red, white, yellow, orange, or pink. Common varieties of begonias people keep as houseplants are angel wings, Rieger, and wax begonias.

Most begonia varieties prefer medium to bright light and prefer their soil to be evenly moist. When these flowers aren’t in bloom, you’ll have a beautiful houseplant with unique leaves.

7. Geraniums

Geraniums are a popular flower with vibrantly colored blooms that come in shades of red, pink, purple, orange, and white. Of the varieties, regal geraniums have the showiest flowers. But the most common variety is the garden geranium and the ivy geranium.

These flowers love sunlight, so place them where they can get bright and intense sun. Unlike a lot of flowers, geraniums prefer to be kept on the dry side.

8. Hibiscus

Bring a little bit of the tropics into your home. The hibiscus are evergreen shrubs, but their famous flowers grow large and colorful. They can be a solid red, pink, or purple, or they can be a combination of colors.

Since these flowers are native to tropical regions, they’ll need plenty of sunlight. Give the blooms direct sunlight through a bright window and provide a generous amount of water in a pot with sufficient drainage holes.

9. Daisies

Daisies are like little pots of sunshine and you can bring them inside your home for a little brightness. Gerbera daisies are one of the most common and easiest to grow inside. They come in red, orange, yellow, lavender, ad pink.

Place these flowers in a window where they’ll receive bright, indirect sunlight. Be cautious of them getting too much light, as that can make them wilt. Allow the soil to dry about a little between waterings.

10. Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are a favorite plant for homeowners, and that’s probably because they’re so easy to grow indoors. Once you plant them, the flowers only need moist soil and a pot with good drainage. They won’t need extra fertilizing or pruning to put out big, bright, beautiful blooms.

Chrysanthemums come in shades of red, orange, yellow, purple, pink, and white. They’re perennials, which means they will grow back every year. Give chrysanthemums full sun to promote lots of blooms.

Beautiful Flowers to Grow Indoors

If you’re looking for an easy way to make your home bright and full of life, you should bring nature inside. Beautiful flowers can create a pop of color in any space and make the design look more visually interesting.

You can cultivate an indoor garden with these ten flowers to grow indoors.  With the right amount of sun and proper care and maintenance, your home will be filled with colorful blooms and a light floral fragrance.

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