Want a houseplant that blooms? Look here for ideas.
If an Anthurium is on your list of plants to grow, here is everything you'll need to know!
Whether you are new to growing Azaleas or have grown them before and are in need a refresher, this article outlines the basics you'll need for success.
With its big lily-pad leaves and delicate pink blooms, the Beefsteak Begonia is subtle but lovely.
They have beautiful flowers and are easy to care for. What more could you ask of a houseplant?
Bird of Paradise
The Bird of Paradise is a large exotic flowering plant whose beauty can't be matched by many others. If you've been captivated by one of these beautiful plants and brought one home, here's everything you need to know to get it to flourish.
This versatile flowering vine evokes a sense of the tropics with its bright bracts and graceful, arching form. Learn here how to grow Bougainvillea indoors and get some ideas on how to display it.
What is that neat plant with the fuzzy red flowers dangling from it? It must be the Chenille Plant, a long-time favorite! If you are thinking of adding this wonderfully fun plant to your home, here is all you need to know about getting it to thrive.
Need a mid-winter breath of fresh air? Cyclamen's sweet scent and brilliant color will make you forget all about the frost outside your door.
Flame Violets are not as well known as their relatives, the African Violets, but have plenty of appeal all their own. Find out here how to care for these attractive plants.
The Common Gardenia is a lovely, fragrant, flowering plant that can be a very rewarding plant to grow if you know how to please it. Learn here about the light, temperature, and soil requirements of the Common Gardenia.
Some of the most eye-popping colors of the tropical world are found on the Hibiscus. If you've got lots of light, this plant has got to be on your list.
Learn the basics of caring for the beautiful Wax Plant. Hoyas are gaining popularity, and with good reason. Besides being gorgeous, they are easy to care for and can smell wonderful!
Fragrant white flowers make this tropical vine an appealing choice for moderately lit areas.
Most people think of Mandevilla vines as an outdoor plant, but with a little consideration, they can be a lovely houseplant.
Opulent, heavy blooms adorn this exotic beauty. Medinilla: another fantastic find from south-east Asia.
Exotic and very unique, the Passion Flower is a sight to see! They are extremely easy to care for and worth a try if you have room to grow.
A guide to the proper care of the popular Spathiphyllum.
How to be a more successful Phalaenopsis grower by "reading" their leaves.
Some flowers just captivate you from the start; here are some of those flowers! Pocketbook Plant's little slippers are both cute and pretty.
The African Violet Society of America, Inc. [offsite link]
This site offers an excellent FAQ section to answer all of your African Violet questions, as well as countless beautiful photographs of fine African Violet specimens.
The Gesneriad Society [offsite link]
In addition to the African Violet, some of the more common gesneriads grown by hobbyists are the Florist Gloxinia (Sinningia speciosa), Lipstick Plant (Aeschynanthus), Goldfish Plant (Nematanthus), Cape Primrose (Streptocarpus), Flame Violet (Episcia), and Cupidīs Bower (Achimenes).
Tillandsia, the Air Plant
A simple guide to help anyone successfully grow Tillandsia at home.
Did you ever think you could grow a Vanilla Vine in your own home? Well, you can! Vanilla planifolia is actually quite happy indoors; here is what to provide it with to ensure its happiness.
White Bat Plant
Exotic, eerie, and elegant: the White Bat Plant is all of these things and more. Let this Asian gem have some space on your shelf and it will pay you back with one of the most unique flowers you have ever seen.
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