The Content Of The Article:
- 1. Pot Orchids
- 2. Poinsettias
- 3. Pot-roses
- 4th room cyclamen
- 5. Kalanchoe
- 6. Chrysanthemums
- 7. Hydrangeas
- 8. Amaryllis
- 9. Room azaleas
- 10. Anthurium
Whether a small plant on the windowsill or a large palm tree in the tub on the floor: indoor plants beautify our home and create a cozy atmosphere. Some of them also bloom in the most beautiful colors. These 10 flowering plants are particularly popular with us and sometimes find a spot on the smallest windowsill.
1. Pot Orchids
Orchids, especially the Nachfalterorchideen, are currently the best-selling potted plants. No wonder: they exude elegance and exoticism. In addition, the new varieties are very easy to care for and many are blooming with almost no break.
In addition to the classic red poinsettias there are now on breeds in pink, white or orange
Poinsettias (Euphorbia pulcherrima) are among the most popular classics among flowering plants. Whereby, the showy, mostly red flowers are in fact bracts. Care tip: Make the flowering plant bright and do not let it dry out, then hold the colorful bracts for many weeks.
Dwarf roses, the little sisters of the garden roses, can be well kept as a houseplant. Depending on the variety, they conjure up color in the room with pink, yellow, orange and white flowers. There are also two-colored and fragrant varieties. The roses bloom well in light and airy locations. Do not let the flowering plant dry out and regularly remove withered flowers.
4th room cyclamen
Rooms Cyclamen feel most comfortable in a bright location with no direct sunlight
For years, the tender bloomers occupy the first ranks on the windowsill from September to April. The Cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) shows its delicate flowers in pink, red or white. Flamed and fringed flowers provide variety. Your nursing secret: do not put too warm and always keep slightly moist.
Kalanchoe is the genus that includes the flaming Käthchen, Madagascar bell and the broiler leaf. From the Flaming Käthchen (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) are also varieties with large and filled flowers available. Pour the plant abundantly, but make sure that it does not come to waterlogging.
Chrysanthemums decorate the windowsill, balcony and terrace in autumn. They are available in single and multicolored, filled and unfilled flowers - the offer is very large. They prefer a bright location in the house, but should not lie in the blazing sun.
A bright spot by the window is also ideal for hydrangeas
The typical plant for the cottage garden, the hydrangea can also be kept well in the pot as a houseplant and is number 7 of the best-selling flowering plants. In bright and cool places the lush flower balls stay beautiful for a long time. Suitable substrate is rhododendron or azalea earth. The soil should never dry out. Since the plant does not tolerate lime, you should only water with soft water.
As "Amaryllis" the hybrids of the knight star (Hippeastrum vittatum) are called. The flowering plant is especially popular in the run-up to Christmas and with its large flowers an eye-catcher. The plant flowers in December and January. Then you can cut off the stalk. Amaryllis grow until August and need a rest period from August until winter.
9. Room azaleas
Room Azaleas are true flowering wonders and present their pretty flowers over several weeks
The exotic-looking Anthurium (Anthurium), also called Flamingo Flower, loves bright to partially shaded locations without direct sunlight. Ideal are high humidity and temperatures around 25 degrees Celsius.