When it’s so cold outside, I want to stay at home as long as possible. Snuggling up under a blanket, drinking tea all the time, and trying to cheer up, thinking that the spring must exist. Several blossoming home plants are some of those things that boost my mood and make winter better. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of plants that flower in winter. Do you have some of these?
Oxalis has beautiful clover-like leaves of a magical purple color. If you’ve got pets, scroll to the next plant because oxalis may be poisonous to them. If not, this is one of the most enduring houseplants. Surviving such bad conditions as a lack of watering or low temperature, oxalis revives back to life quickly.
Elegant glossy leaves of this plant are so appealing that I’m already thinking about where to put anthurium in my apartment. It loves water and well-lit spots. There are anthuriums of different colors and smells. So make sure you choose the one you like. If you care for it in a right way, the plant may flower throughout the whole year.
These plants are so popular. You’ve must have already seen their soft colorful petals on long stems. Some people think these houseplants are difficult to grow. It’s not truthful. Like any other plant, an orchid needs water, air, light, and fertilizer. Read several posts about orchids care and go to the closest shop to get one of these beauties.
Cyclamens love cold humid environment. They don’t like under or over watering. However, the time you spend on the proper care is worth the results. As one of the plants that flower in winter, cyclamen gratifies its owners with a gorgeous look.
Hyacinths are some of my favorite plants for photos. Ranging from crystal white to dark blue, they become an adornment for every apartment. With multi floral blooms, hyacinths are also a popular gift idea for plant lovers.
These are some of my favorite plants that flower in winter. They bring a special green vibe and make home brighter. Spring, we are waiting for you!