15 Holiday Houseplants
Decorate your home for the holidays with these colorful houseplant options.
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Amaryllis and other bulbs bloom inside during the winter months and help create an exotic display when grouped together.
Jasmine is wonderful for brightening up the gloomy winter months. Its flowers may be small, but what they lack in size they make up for in fragrance.
Snowdrops and Cyclamen
Snowdrops and cyclamen are an essential part of the winter garden that can also be potted and kept indoors. Snowdrops produces tiny, white, weeping flowers in late winter. Cyclamen are loved for their colorful fall blooms and dark green foliage that last throughout the winter.
Norfolk Island Pine
Try giving easy-care peace lilies as a gift: with proper care it will delight your loved ones with its signature white blooms in the spring.
The Christmas cactus is perfect for a tall pot or a hanging basket, which allows the long, bright green stems terminating in red, white, pink, purple or orange flowers to rain down in the fall and winter.
Kalanchoe is a thick-leaved succulent that naturally produce flowers in a variety of colors, most commonly red, pink, yellow and white. Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is one of the most widely available varieties. Keep your kalanchoe in a warm, sunny window and let the soil dry between waterings.
Your holiday guests will get a kick out of donkey's tail: this unique sedum produces stems of circular, gray-green leaves. Try including it in a holiday centerpiece for a fun conversation starter.