If you are finding some indoor winter plants to liven up your home during the colder months or you just want to add some life to your home during colder and darker months. Look no further, we’ve summed up the 12 beautiful indoor houseplants that are perfect for winter. Growing these plants will bring a little bit of nature to your home and they are also easy to grow for even beginners!
These plants are available at many local garden centers or online, so get out there and pick up a few. They not only don’t take up much space in your home but they will also make any room feel warm and inviting. In addition to bringing life back into our homes during the coldest months of the year, winter indoor plants are known as being great air purifiers because they release oxygen into the atmosphere at night. Check them out to choose some plants that you love in your home now.
Anthurium is a beautiful winter indoor plant that does love high humidity and moderate to bright light. You also can grow it in a shallow pebble-and-water-filled tray.
#2 Christmas Cactus
Christmas Cactus grow well well in bright sun to part shade and only needs to be watered when the top of the soil is dry.
#3 African Violets
African Violets do well in bright indirect light and need to be watered when the soil is dry.
Cyclamen produces attractive flowers in winter or early spring. It prefers cool temperatures and moist soil.
Kalanchoe has beautiful star-shaped flowers in red, pink, orange, yellow, and white. The plant prefers bright but indirect light.
#6 Snake Plant
Snake Plant looks great in a container alone or grouped together. They grow well in low to medium light and even in a dark corner. Give it water when the surface of soil appears dry.
Paperwhites are incredibly easy to grow. They only need water after the soil has dried or you also can grow them in water.
Begonias produce large, colorful flowers in pink, red, orange, yellow, and white. The plant grows best in humid conditions and bright indirect, if it gets too much sun can cause their leaves to burn.
#9 Moth Orchids
Moth Orchids do not require an extensive amount of care. They just need to be placed in indirect sunlight and watered once a week by soaking the whole pot in a tub of water.
#10 Peace Lily
Peace Lily is so easy to care for, likes bright but indirect sunlight, and prefers to be kept moist without being too wet or soggy.
Rosemary grows well in bright sun to partial sun and doesn’t require much water. It prefers moist soil without being too wet or soggy.
Amaryllis comes in bright red, pink or white. It is easy to grow indoors with requiring very little care. They only need to be watered when the surface of the soil has dried.