If the plant loses leaves, it means you need to increase watering. These a plants that need a bit of light, but not too much; just an hour of good light a day and the rest in part shade will suffice. Actually, the flowers are on the violet side and they remind those of sage in shape, but they are accompanied by red-purplish brats that add to their beauty. When the plant is root bound, it tends to flower more lavishly; so, don’t repot it unless necessary. Never change its orientation towards the light; don’t turn the pot; it likes to have light from a fixed direction. Bromeliads’ potting soil should be ½ potting soil, ¼ bark and ¼ perlite or other draining material.
If those two conditions are met, then it’s safe to say this Bloeiende kamerplanten will make for a beautiful display in your home. This cute little plant has triangular, clover-like purple leaves that fold down at night or in dim light conditions. An almost constant show of pale pink or white blooms goes on above the foliage. You can also find oxalis varieties that have plain green foliage with and without silvery accents. And flowering houseplants prefer a regular watering schedule.
In order for the plant to bloom, it needs slightly warm temperatures and just enough indirect light. If your plant does not bloom, you may need to move it to a brighter location or add some fluorescent lighting to give it a boost. However, your plant may grow and bloom just fine in lower lights.
This entry was posted in Plant Profiles and tagged houseplants by carole funger. Grow jasmine in evenly moist soil and prune regularly to keep it in bounds. Repot it in the spring, trimming the roots before replenishing with fresh soil. Certain species such as African violets, orchids and dwarf citrus trees, though, prefer their own special food. It’s best to check with your local plant store to see which products best meet your needs. When you begin to see flowers on your plant, you’ll know that it is in bloom.
Wax begonias are the classic choice, with sturdy leaves and lots of flowers. Angel wing and rex begonias add interesting foliage into the mix. All begonias like a little extra humidity, so fill a shallow dish with water and rocks and set the pot on top.
Flowering houseplants will brighten your home, but there’s a big difference between keeping a plant alive and actually getting it to flower. Don’t despair if you aren’t a master indoor gardener—the plants on this list are usually already flowering when you buy them. Some, such as poinsettias, aren’t meant to be brought to flower by home gardeners.
Beyond gardening and writing, however, I am particularly passionate about wildlife. In this category we have grouped the flowering Houseplants together to help make your decision easier. Our stores around the US are open for plant shopping, repotting, curbside pickup, in-person workshops, and more. Still, there are enough, with different shapes and colors, to fill in the odd dull and dimly lit spot in your home or office. Allow the leaves to die, then cut them then dry and store the bulb in a dark and dry place.
But for those who have the gumption to make it happen, a flowering hibiscus is one of the most remarkable sights in any temperate home. This member of the pineapple family has stiff, glossy green, toothed foliage arranged in an upright vase shape. A flowering shoot with colorful bracts arises from the center of the leaves. This fast-growing shrubby plant can be kept compact with regular pruning. Shrimp plant is a prolific bloomer, producing flower spikes all year.