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11 Flowering Indoor Plants You’ll Love

Posted on June 10 2021

11 Flowering Indoor Plants You’ll Love

Flowers are beautiful, but they don't last forever. However, there are plenty of indoor plants that can provide long-lasting blooms. Here are 11 flowering indoor plants that you will love:

  1. Philippine Ground Orchid: This orchid has lily-like leaves and produces groups of small purple or pink flowers that can last throughout the season.

  2. Rattlesnake Prayer Plant: While it is best known for its striking foliage, this species also produces upright flowers that open into a vibrant orange or white bloom.

  3. Crown of Thorns: The Euphorbia milii has brightly colored bracts that look like flowers, which can bloom all year long without any additional accommodations.

  4. Hindu Rope: The Hoya carnosa ‘compacta’ produces clusters of little pink or white star-like flowers that smell like chocolate.

  5. Desert Rose: The Adenium obesum has striking trunks and stems that are covered in red, pink, or white flowers, even in less humid indoors.

  6. Velvet Plant: The Vynura aurantiaca has velvety purple fuzz covering the surface of its leaves, but also produces occasional yellow-orange blooms.

  7. Bromeliad Intenso Pink: This plant's almost hot pink hue can last for up to six months with the right care.

  8. Burgundy Rubber Tree: The Ficus elastica produces petite little blooms that can give way to fruit when given the right conditions.

  9. Silver Vase Plant: The Aechmea fasciata has stripey white variegation on its thick leaves, paired with bright pink blooms nearly year-round.

  10. Medinilla Royal Glow: This rare and beautiful orchid produces stunning pink blooms that drape over the side of the plant.

  11. Medallion Calathea: The Calathea veitchiana has unique dark to light green patterns on the tops of its leaves, and purplish-burgundy coats the underside. While it doesn't bloom often indoors, its tiny white blooms are a sight to behold.

While these indoor plants are show-stopping in their own way, there are a couple of other species that almost made it onto the list, such as the Monstera deliciosa.

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