Tropical hibiscus - a touch of tropics. It forms blooms up to 8" on a shrubby upright plant that you can train to grow as a tree. Individual blossoms last only a day or 2, but bloom freely from late spring through fall-winter. Keep the soil uniformly moist & give much indoor light to keep it blooming. Growing Conditions: Bright to intense light; 55-70 degrees F.; keep soil evenly moist Size: To 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide
Looking to bring a bit of nature into your house this year? Try some of our favorite indoor plants, which include African violets, hibiscus, jasmine, kaffir lily, geraniums and begonias. Live flowers and foliage make the best home décor!
Begonias: Got a little apartment balcony in need of some life? A hanging basket of these favorite flowers will produce the most blooms, or you could put a planter by the window for just the right amount of sun.
Oxalis: Difficulty level: Easy; Why you want it: Small white flowers complement the purplish leaves on this shamrock-like plant. Water only when the soil is dry to the touch or the plant starts to droop. Oxalis thrive in sunny to partly sunny conditions, according to Home Rehab. (Green is for Wusses: 16 Colorful Indoor Plants to Try)