5 flowers to grow at home in winter
Florists prefer to grow Indian azaleas. It is not as capricious as other species of this plant, but at the same time it is not inferior to them in beauty. Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions. Cold, humid air is very favorable for azaleas.
This cactus got its name from the fact that the flowering period takes place from late November to early December. It grows in tropical forests, gardens with little light and high humidity. It needs abundant watering during the flowering period. Conversely, water should be kept to a minimum between March and September.
3. Japanese Camellia
Unusually beautiful but agile plant. To make a camellia gorgeous with its flowers, you have to work hard. In case of insufficient care, its flowers, sprouts and even owners fall off. It takes more than 12 hours to bloom, so extra light is needed in winter.
Not a very beautiful plant from the outside. It has long green leaves and a beautiful, usually red or pink flower. In homes it grows up to 40 cm in height, and in nature can reach 70-80 cm.
The most important part is its roots. The life of an orchid depends on its root. To disperse, put the basket in the water for 10-15 minutes, after which we drain the excess water. Just the light of day can burn the owners, so be careful.