Brighten your home with a few of these cheery houseplants
While most of the year African violets like an eastern or western view, during the winter you should move them to a south-facing window.
Cyclamen is a houseplant that can have a modern look with a sleek container. Watch for wilting, it may be placed in the wrong spot.
Take your garden vertical by suspending your containers with simple metal cable. Or, opt for a more traditional potted kalanchoe to enjoy in your living room.
Valued for their large sprays of colorful flowers, orchids bloom for up to ten weeks, usually during winter and spring.
Primula vulgaris, or Double Sulphur Primrose, bears clusters of fragrant, usually pale yellow flowers in late winter. This is an evergreen rosette-forming perennial with double yellow flowers and sage-green leaves.
Begonias are annuals or tender perennials that come in a striking array of colors and varieties.
Star jasmine, a beautiful evergreen vine, climbs up trees using its holdfast roots to pull itself almost to the top. Delicate white pinwheel flowers delicately breathe enchanting fragrances into the spring air.
Anthurium, is houseplant with dramatic and tropical spathe and spadix flowers and green foliage. Spathes can be red, yellow, or green. They like light shade, and a warm and humid atmosphere, so misting is beneficial.