The beautiful pink or white blooms are the some of the most fragrant you’ll find on any houseplant.
Its cute factor: The flowers and foliage are both heart-shaped.
It’s extra easy to grow and the flowers brighten up January days when there’s not a lot else in bloom.
You can harvest the fruits after they ripen and use them like lemons or kumquats or make them into marmalade.
If you have a bright window, this plant will bloom almost constantly. They’re also really versatile, blooming in almost every color to match your decor. Plus, it’s a sentimental, old-fashioned plant that reminds us of our grandmothers.
The giant blooms are eye-catching and irresistible. Plus, hibiscus come in a dizzying array of colors — from shades of red to pink to orange, yellow, white, and even blue.
This fast-growing plant is almost constantly in bloom.
Its large green leaves create instant tropical appeal and it’s one of the most common and easy flowering houseplants you can grow.
It’s an old-fashioned favorite with exotically shaped blooms.
It’s always attractive. You never have to worry about what it looks like when it’s done blooming because the beautiful leaves are marked with silver.
It’s an easy-care, low-water plant whose colorful bract-like flowers last for weeks.
How can you not love a plant whose flowers look like goldfish! It’s a fun plant for getting children excited about houseplants.
Its colorful red, orange, yellow, or purple flower bracts look very tropical and exotic. It’s a great conversation piece.