Best indoor plants flowering

Gray and blue don’t have to color this wintery month. We have some great reasons to send exciting flowers in January so not only can you help celebrate a special occasion, you can feel great about brightening someone else’s day… and your own!

#1. Houseplant Appreciation Day – Jan 10th

The holidays are done. You finally got all the decorations packed away. But what is missing in your household now? Houseplants of course! Today is the day to tend to any plants you already have and definitely the best day to send a new houseplant to a friend or family member. they purify the air and add life to the house day after day. Your local florist will have a great variety of easy-to-grow houseplants in all shapes and sizes.

#2. Chinese New Year – Jan. 31st

Also referred to as the Lunar New Year, this traditional Chinese holiday is marked by bright red decor, big feasts, offerings to the spirits, and cleaning house to make way for good luck in the new year. Help someone near and dear to you celebrate good fortune and happiness with a bright Asian-inspired bouquet! Send flowers for their reunion dinner or as a wish for good luck in the coming year.

#3. New Year’s Resolution Solution

This is the month everyone is trying to start off on the right foot. To be healthier and more active is typically on the top of each list. But making new habits and ditching bad ones is really challenging. You can help support friends as they seek their goals. Trying to cut back on office snacking? Send some beautiful flowers that will provide extra encouragement all week long. lthier choices? A fruit basket is a perfect pick-me-up. Empower others to succeed and you’ll be inspired to stick to your own goals!

#4. January Birthdays

You gotta love nature for creating flowers that are designed to bloom even in the gloomy cold seasons. So if there is a birthday to celebrate this month, January’s birth flower, the carnation, is ready to thrill and delight. Carnations are symbolic of love, fascination and distinction. With so many colors and varieties available you’ll be able to send the perfect arrangement to wish anyone a very special birthday.


New To Indoor Gardening - Sweet Peas

2008-03-12 04:14:57 by Cloverallovermd

On March 3rd, I nicked my sweet pea seeds and planted them in individual cardboard containers, about 1" deep, with a garden soil for flowering plants. I put them on the table, underneath of a lamp that stays on over 75% of the day. I watered them at least once a day, sometimes twice.
What did I do wrong here? My plants still aren't sprouting yet. My apartment doesn't get any real sunlight, so I figured artificial light would be the next best thing. I was probably wrong. As far as sweet peas go, should I keep watering and waiting or is it time to give up?
I am determined to prove to myself that I CAN grow indoor plants


Inside garden

2010-01-10 09:00:45 by 1-1010:52

Growing a inside garden is very easy, you control the weather. Check out Midwest Grow Supplies online, they have everything you'll need. when growing inside you can choose to grow your plants in soil, hydroponic, or grow them in a aeroponic system. soil takes the longest but produces the best results. But soil cant compete with the fact that hydro and aero grow a plant almost twice as fast. High Pressure Sodium lights are best for indoor flowering plants and Metal Halloide bulbs for vegatative growth. hope this answered some of ur questions.


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