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10 Indoor Plants That Flower All Year Round For Everlasting Beauty

10 Indoor Plants That Flower All Year Round For Everlasting Beauty

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Your indoor plant collection doesn’t necessarily have to be green; there are many houseplants with gorgeous blossoms that will introduce more color into your life.

An ideal indoor flowering plant stays in bloom for months rather than just opening its head and vanishing before you’ve had the time to take in what’s going on.

Luckily, there are long-blooming indoor plants you can enjoy year round.

Let’s check them out!

10 Indoor Plants That Flower All Year Round

Each of these amazing plants is perfect for giving your home the color it deserves. And the best part about them is that you don’t have to invest all your time and energy to keep them thriving.

1. African Violets

The delicate velvety flowers of African violets bloom regardless of the month. And they don’t really need that much care in order to thrive.

They come in an array of colors and look amazing on windowsills, so they’re perfect for small apartments, too.

African violets are actually perfect for indoors as they love indirect sunlight. Also, they won’t hold it against you if you forget to water them.

Just choose the cultivar you love the most and enjoy it. The latest ones flower more abundantly and their blossoms last for longer, while being resistant to flower dropping, so you can start with those.

Just make sure to avoid direct sunlight and drafts, and prune away any unattractive features, such as diseased or spent flowers and foliage.

African Violet

• 4 plants per pack

• Optimara variety

• Arrives in bloom

2. Amaryllis

Amaryllis is a popular houseplant, and for good reason. It produces large and showy flowers in a variety of shades, including striped ones!

Bulbs are easy to grow and care for, making them perfect for novice gardeners and pros with a lot on their plate.

The plant blooms indoors overwinter and you can encourage it to rebloom in the following years.

Just make sure to keep it in a fertile and well-drained potting mix and a warm and bright spot. Water it once the topsoil feels dry and you’ll avoid any issues with inadequate irrigation.


• ‘Opal Star’ cultivar

• Bare root bulb

• Includes instructions for reblooming

3. Anthurium

Anthuriums are one of my favorite indoor plants. They’re incredibly easy to care for, aren’t that expensive, and they adorn your home with red or pink flowers all year long.

Make sure to get the anthurium light requirements correct, and you won’t have any issue with getting them to flower or produce their colorful leaves.

Each leaf lasts up to 2 months and new ones quickly appear after the old ones have died.

Since this is a tropical plant, make sure to keep it in indirect sunlight, grow it in a well-drained potting mix, and keep the humidity on the higher end.

Therefore, anthuriums thrive in typical conditions you find at home, making them great houseplants. They’re also low-maintenance, and their glossy green and colorful leaves bring color to your house.


• Live plant

• 10-12 inches tall

• Giftable

4. Begonia

These beginner-friendly plants thrive both indoors and outdoors.

What makes begonias great houseplants is their low-maintenance, compact size, attractive foliage and blossoms, and long-lasting flowers,

To keep begonias blooming, give them plenty of bright light, keep their soil moist, loose, and well-draining, keep them in warm conditions, and fertilize them twice a month.

And to encourage your plant to produce more blossoms, you can deadhead the spent flowers (although it’s not a must).


• Mixed double begonia bulbs

• 5 bulbs per package

• Includes planting instructions

5. Bromeliad

The showy blossoms of bromeliads will give your indoor jungle a whole new appearance. The vivid blossoms last for several months, but there’s a catch.

These plants produce flowers only once in their lifetime, ceasing to grow leaves. However, it will produce offsets (plantlets) you can use to propagate and get the most out of it.

Plant it in a loose and well-drained potting mix and keep it in bright indirect light for optimal growth. Water it once the top portion of the medium is dry and move it outdoors during summer time if you wish.

Finally, their easy maintenance, long-lasting blossoms, and striking colors make them perfect indoor plants.


• 2 per pack

• 2 different colors

• Live plants

6. Crossandra

If you’re looking for a plant with a long-lasting flush of color to transform your home decor, crossandra could be the one for you.

Vibrant orange-red blossoms appear in spring and last well into the fall. The crossandra starts blooming when still very young, but this isn’t the only great feature it has. Its foliage is a statement in itself, making it an attraction all year long.

You can grow your crossandra indoors or outdoors and opt for a yellow variety to complement the orange one or grow it on its own.

What makes this plant perfect for indoors, aside from its long blooming season, is the fact that it thrives in indirect sunlight. Outdoors, you’ll have to find a shaded location for it, but indoors, you can place it almost anywhere.

Make sure to give it enough indirect sunlight, warmth, and humidity, and it will reward you with bright flowers all season long.

Note: Lack of sunlight means lack of blossoms, so make sure it gets plenty of indirect light. Also, deadhead the spent flowers to get a new flush.


• ‘Tropic Flame’ cultivar

• Seeds may take 3-4 weeks to germinate

• Comes with planting instructions

7. Geraniums

Geraniums are one of my favorite choices for bringing more color indoors. They bloom boldly and consistently, bringing color to your indoor garden for months on end.

And the best part about them is that they thrive equally well indoors and outdoors, and in various light and soil conditions, so you don’t have to fuss about them.

You can propagate them easily, grow them in small pots, place them even in a shaded corner of your home, and they’ll still reward you with colorful flowers.

Grow them from seed and enjoy the journey every step of the way without worrying about lighting or space for once.

Just be careful not to accidentally overwater your geranium because it can’t handle it that well. Reduce watering when it’s not flowering and keep it on a warm and bright windowsill.

P.S. If you get a large container, you can plant some geranium companion plants alongside it for a unique display.


• 20+ Mixed geranium seeds

• Sprouts within a week

• Giftable

8. Impatiens

Believe it or not, you can grow impatiens indoors and have them thriving in no time.

They are great indoor plants because they provide vibrant colors, are easy to grow, and thrive in dappled shade (indirect sunlight indoors).

In fact, if you forget about their light preferences, they will drop their flowers. Keep them in nutrient-rich and moist soil and mist them regularly for everlasting blooming.

They can bloom all year round if you expose them to correct light conditions and keep them watered.

And you can get them in almost any shade you like, white, pink, purple, red, orange, or multicolored.


• Mixed seed colors

• Non-GMO

• Compact and bushy

9. Oxalis

Oxalis has many different varieties you can add to your home, whether you want them to boast white, pink, yellow, or orange blossoms.

It is the perfect houseplant. It doesn’t require too much care and is so prolific that it’s considered invasive and a weed when grown in outdoor gardens.

The most common one is the shamrock plant, with its four-leaf deep purple foliage and white or pale pink blossoms.

This oxalis variety is also tuned to the circadian rhythm, opening its foliage in the morning and closing it at night.

You can get oxalis with purple or green foliage at any nursery and enjoy it for years to come. Just keep it in medium-to-bright indirect sunlight and water it once the topsoil dries out and the plant starts to droop.

Deadhead spent flowers and keep it away from drafty locations.


• Includes oxalis bulbs

• Blooms 8-10 weeks after planting

• Comes with planting instructions

10. Peace Lily

There are many gorgeous peace lily varieties you can get for your home to enjoy their unique variegations and stunning white flowers.

It is perfect for indoors and busy bees because it doesn’t require that much care. Water it once the top part of the soil is dry and expose it to indirect sunlight for the best results.

Peace lily can thrive in lower light conditions, so don’t expose it to direct sun because it can burn its stunning foliage.

Choose cultivars that remain in bloom for a long time, such as ‘Starlight,’ which produces 20-25 blossoms from late winter to late summer.

And if you want more blossoms from the peace lily cultivar you have, you can fertilize it every 1.5-2 months.

Pro tip: These plants are sensitive to overwatering, so I always wait until they start to droop a bit before irrigating them.

Peace Lily

• Gift wrapped

• 15 inches tall

• Should bloom in a month