Indoor azaleas are a beautiful multicolored plant that blooms in winter. These are perfect plants to chase away the winter blues because of their stunning blooms. They make great houseplants for any decor because even after blooming, their leaves are a gorgeous green. Come check out these beautiful plants each fall at City Floral!
INDOOR AZALEA CARE
When growing azalea flowers indoors, they prefer to be located in filtered sunny areas like behind a sheer curtain or anywhere they are away from direct sun.
Watering your azaleas frequently is important to the health of your azaleas. You should never allow the soil to dry out completely.
Azaleas thrive in cooler temperatures and could extend the life of their beautiful blooms. Keep these plants be kept in temperatures below 80° F. They grow best in temperatures between 60° and 65° F.
When fertilizing azaleas it’s important to only give them plant food when the blooms have faded.
Flowers like azaleas will do just fine in normal humidity but grow better when they are placed in a higher humidity area like a bathroom or kitchen.
Mildly toxic if eaten in large quantities. Keep away from dogs, cats, and children.
INDOOR BLOOMING PLANT NEEDS
INDOOR BLOOMING POTTING SOIL
Your indoor plants need soil to continue to grow. It’s where the roots can absorb the essential water and nutrients that allow them to grow big and strong! Here at City Floral, we’ve taken the guesswork out of which soil to choose from by carrying the best soils for indoor blooming plants.
Make your indoor blooming plants more welcoming in your home by adding a beautiful pot. With our wide range of styles decorating a traditional, rustic, modern, or cottage style home will be a snap. Come check out our huge selection of pots and containers for your houseplants!
OTHER INDOOR BLOOMING PLANTS
CYCLAMEN FLOWERS – Cyclamen flowers add a lot of interest to any home with their vibrant flowers and interesting leaves. That’s what makes the cyclamen such a popular plant to own during the winter months. Cyclamen will last and bloom year after year with the right care.
KALANCHOE PLANTS – Kalanchoe plants are actually flowering succulents that bloom relatively often. Like most succulents, they don’t require much in the line of care. Water when the soil is dry and make sure they have plenty of bright indirect light. This will help them maintain those beautiful blooms.
PRIMROSE FLOWERS – Growing primrose is easy, as these plants are quite hardy and adaptable. The favorite potted primrose tends to be the more delicate species, with clusters of small blooms that rise above the crinkled and attractive leaves. They are a great addition to any home and bring many different color blooms to any home!