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A flowering house plant has, as its name suggests: flowers. It may be that these flowers are already growing when the plant is purchased. However, there are also plants that only bloom after a lot of time and effort. The Bird of paradise is a good example of a flowering indoor plant, which usually only flowers after several years.
The great thing about flowering indoor plants is that they make perfect gifts. Unlike bouquet flowers, flowering indoor plants can sometimes last for years!
Just like any other house plant, a flowering plant needs to be looked after. Basically, there is no difference between flowering and non-flowering indoor plants when it comes to maintenance. The biggest difference is that plants need a little extra love and water during their blooming period.
To keep flowering indoor plants attractive, we advise you to remove the dead flowers and leaves. It's best to remove these flowers with a knife or scissors. By removing faded flowers, you ensure that the plant no longer uses its energy for its old flowers. Some plants may even start to flower again within a short period of time.
To make it easier for you, we have gathered our 5 favourite flowering indoor plants for you.