Indoor Blooming Plants You Are Sure to Love

Posted on April 02, 2022 by Andrea Forsberg

Indoor Blooming Plants You Are Sure to Love

You don’t have to wait for full spring or summer to enjoy the benefits of caring for a beautiful blooming plant. There is a misconception that outdoor gardening is the only way to truly enjoy the wide variety of plants and flowers that bloom. This couldn’t be further from the truth! There are several plant species that thrive in indoor settings with proper care. You’ll love the variety of plant life that you can easily create within your own home.

African Violet

This indoor plant provides beautiful blooms that are easy to grow, even for beginner plant lovers. African Violets can even live for decades when receiving the proper care. They grow best in bright, indirect sunlight to achieve the best color and blooming potential. They do well in small ceramic or plastic containers and grow best in well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Self-watering containers can be the best option for proving the proper amount of continuous moisture or providing just enough water to keep the soil damp.


The begonia is a popular choice when it comes to indoor blooming houseplants. It has three different types, but the fibrous and rhizomatous are the best option for houseplants. It thrives in bright, indirect light with good humidity. It is naturally pest-resistant, which is a great benefit for indoor plants. It does require careful watering since overwatering is one of the most common causes for unsuccess when caring for a begonia. Many recommend waiting until the plant shows signs of dryness, such as dropping leaves, before watering.


This small flowering plant is known for its tight bunches of petite daisy-like flowers that can be red, blue, purple, or white. Each flower has an “eye” in the middle that is surrounded by a white ring. These flowers are surrounded by large, dark green leaves. This plant needs bright, indirect sunlight, and cool temperatures. When it comes to watering, you want to keep the plant moist, but not soggy. It is important to note that this plant is poisonous, so you will want to be mindful of small children and pets.


This indoor blooming plant is known to have some of the longest-lasting flowers of all plant species. It is interesting to note that what many consider the flower of the plant is actually a modified leaf. The true flower is the structure protruding from the center that is called an inflorescence. This plant benefits from bright, indirect sunlight. The more light available, the more this plant will bloom. You should water with caution, waiting until the topsoil is more than halfway dry. This plant loves humidity and would appreciate a light water mist from time to time.


This vibrant houseplant is available in a wide array of colors such as green, red, orange, purple, and yellow. They can even feature different textures such as bands, stripes, spots, and more. They are a relatively slow-growing plant, and can take 1-3 years to fully mature. Care varies depending on the type of bromeliad you have. Some can thrive in direct sunlight, while others need more indirect sunlight. Usually, bromeliads are planted in a soil and sand mix. They thrive best in fast-draining potting soil that can hold moisture but drain well.

Enhance Your Space With a Beautiful Indoor Blooming Plant

If you are looking to spruce up your space with a beautiful blooming plant, FlowerWorks has you covered. We can help with your plant selection, ensuring that you get the perfect plant for your household. Many of our plants require minimum maintenance, and we can walk you through everything you need to know to ensure your plant blooms at its fullest potential. Contact us today to learn more about our indoor plant selection.

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