Only a sample size of a gorgeous tree you’d likely find on a tropical island. These pretty plants are known to bloom all summer long, and even into the fall!
It may look purple, but these lush clovers are often considered luckier than the green.Aside from a stunning houseplant, Oxalis makes a lovely ground cover as well!
Aside from the dinosaur like name, this flower will brighten any boring room. These plants come in a variety of different colors, and they can even be propagated! I love plants that regrow!
A bite sized version of the orange tree, consider it an orange bonsai. Growing fruit trees indoors can be tricky for some, click the link above for a great article by Better Homes and Gardens. TIP: If you grow an orange tree inside, you will have to “hand pollinate” for fruit.
Keep the soil of this beauty evenly moist. Be careful not to overwater, as this can cause root rot. Don’t be afraid to trim these guys back should they get too long, an Ixora is surprisingly tolerant.
If you ever get your hands on the geranium oil, the scent is unlike any other, its a beautiful thing. Keep your Geranium plant in a bright, southern facing window. The plant will wilt and die if it doesn’t receive bright amounts of sunlight.
These can grow to be almost 18 inches tall! Talk about a beautiful house plant! It should be noted that this plant is poisonous when eaten, and should be kept away from any small kids.
A soft red flower of any kind is sure to grab anyone’s attention.
Angel Wing Begonia
The leaf shape of the Angel Wing actually looks like a set of wings! Angel Wing Begonia produces beautiful blooms all year long if kept in medium light with evenly moist soil.
This plant has an odd name, and an even odder appearance. I guess you could definitely see why this was called a shrimp plant! Keep soil evenly moist, and keep your plant in a bright window.
Now this is definitely a unique plant that you don’t see everyday! These actually look like tiny tubes of lipstick! This plant loves medium light, and temps that are kept between 60 and 80 degrees. It’s the perfect houseplant!
Violas love a little bit of shade, and cooler temps! These plants generally bloom in the early Spring, but it is possible to delay the growth cycle!