Blooming Plants-Indoors

List of blooming plants that is suited for indoors


Care tips is for winter season indoors, during the summer months most
plants can be watered freely or keep more on the moist side.

Miniature Campanulas-Bright light, evenly moist soil, after blooms are spent prune plant down to
about an inch from the soil and let it regrow and should rebloom.

Jasmines- Most varieties will bloom during the winter season indoors,  bright light,  let soil dry
slightly between watering.  Cooler night temperatures will trigger blooming.

Unless you are a novice gardener,  gardenias is a very tough plant to maintain indoors.
Bright light, cooler temperatures at night,  soil evenly moist not overwatered and a
humidity tray.  Do not mist them with water they'll develop mildew.

Hibiscus- will most likely be dormant indoors during the winter season.  Keep the Hibiscus soil more on the drier side.  Bright light,  sometimes they do bloom or loose their leaves when first brought indoors
for the winter.  It is normal for some plants to loose their leaves and they do grow back.  Hibiscus requires an acid fertilizer during the growing seasons,  Prune them down around December to keep them healthy.  Also if you don't want this plant to grow to large prune their roots down in the late spring and pot it back into the same pot.  I suggest clay pots for Hibiscuses.  Water freely during the
summer hot season outdoors, keep in part shade.

Hibiscus-Tri-Color  Rosa Sinesiss

Rieger Begonias- Bright indirect light,  let soil dry slightly between watering.

Chenille Plant-Bright light,  soil evenly moist.

Diamond Frost-Euphorbia-Bright light, let soil dry between watering, don't over water


Gerbera Daisies-Bright light, keep soil evenly moist


Geraniums-bright light,  keep soil on the dry side water about every 2 weeks.
Or you can store them dry rooted.


Execum-Persian Violets -Most of the time they bloom once, and sometimes
if you prune them down they may bloom again.  They prefer bright light, and
do not let their soil dry at all,  keep soil evenly moist but not over watered.

Ceneraria - this blooming plant only blooms once,  than just throw it away after the
blooms are gone.

Rex Begonias are known for their foliage,  they prefer bright indirect light,
slightly cooler temperatures,  humidity and let soil dry between watering.


Oxalis-also Known as Shamrocks can be kept as a houseplant,
they do not go into dormancy.  Provide bright light, they prefer their soil kept more
on the drier side,  don't over water them.  They do like humidity trays.


Crown of Thorns-Is in the euphorbia family, and is also considered a
succulent.  Keep soil semi moist,  and bright light.


Miniature Roses- needs to be re-potted as soon as possible,  the pots that they come in is way
to small.  Re-pot miniature roses in a pot size that is 3 times larger, for example in the photo
above is a miniature rose in a 4" pot,  it will need a 7 or 8 inch pot.  They like lots of water,  keep soil
very moist at all times.  Do not let any plant sit in water unless it is aquatic or Fiber optic grass plant.
They prefer bright light and temperatures slightly cooler. Any miniature Rose needs about 3-4 inches of soil around their root ball.

Cyclamens-Bright light, keep soil evenly moist but not too much water.

Lavenders- Bright light,  keep soil evenly moist-not over watered.


Mandevillas can be overwintered indoors,  keep soil more on the drier side,
bright light and most of the time they will not bloom until early summer.


Cape Honeysuckle is a tropical blooming shrub/ vine and came be overwintered
indoors.  They will not bloom indoors during the winter months,   bright light, and
keep soil more on the drier side and this goes for any plants that will be dormant
until summer.  Prune the tips off during the winter for a healthier grow for the summer.

For African Violets and other violets see them under Gesneriads

For blooming succulents see them under Succulents