10 Top Outdoor Garden Plants that can be grown Indoors
Gardening Tips : List of 10 plants that make especially good choices for houseplants since homes have less light. Consider these 10 to shelter inside.
There are some Outdoor Plants that Can be Grown Indoors and you can enjoy their beauty in your rooms. Every plant needs a bit of shade and here are some plants that would enjoy shade in your garden which can be grown inside your home too! Have a look at some of the best Outdoor Plants that Can be Grown Indoors
- Rex Begonias
- Geraniums (Pelargonium)
- Abutilon (Flowering Maple)
- Boxwood and Myrtle (Buxus sempervirens, Myrtus)
- Coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides)
- Tropical Hibiscus
- Hot Peppers
- Herbs: Basil, Chives, Parsley, Lemon Grass, Rosemary
01 . Rex Begonias
Botanical Name: Begonia rex
The striking foliage available in a range of sizes, shapes, patterns, textures, and colors that will make gorgeous houseplants.
Botanical Name: Fuchsia triphylla
Fuchsias look very tropical, but they actually enjoy cool temperatures in the 60 to 70 F range. Hybrid fuchsias are frost-tender, shade-loving shrubby plants. Some say the flowers look like colorful little bells. Others see bejeweled ballerinas, dancing on tiptoe. And one common name for fuchsias in Victorian times was lady’s eardrops, after their resemblance to dangling earrings.
Botanical Name: Pelargonium
Geraniums can be grown indoors and they thrive best near a south-facing window. Just make sure you are providing the plant with lots of sunlight for flowering.
Scientific Name; Abutilon indicum / Family Name: Malvaceae / Common name : Flowering Maple
Abutilon, the flowering or parlor maple, is often grown in containers or beds as an annual, but it is actually a tropical shrub.
Botanical Name: Caladium spp
Caladiums offer a range of beautiful varieties with diverse variegation, prominent midribs, varied margins, and textures with shades of white, green, rose, pink, or red.
Botanical Name: Buxus sempervirens
Small potted boxwood can be an easy houseplant for winter decor. It needs bright, indirect sun to thrive well. Turn the pot every few days, so each side gets enough light.
Botanical Name: Myrtus communis
You can grow evergreen myrtle in pots indoors as long as you provide it sufficient humidity and light. Water the plant when the soil becomes dry and keep an eye on spider mites.
Botanical Name: Plectranthus scutellarioides
This ornamental plant with colorful, variegated, and patterned leaves can brighten up any shaded area of your home. Coleus thrives in bright indirect light indoors.
09. Tropical Hibiscus
Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-Sinensis
Hibiscus do well indoors and flowers all winter if placed on a sunny window. You can give the plant any shape through pruning and keep it in small containers.
10. Hot Peppers
Peppers are tropical perennials and can be kept growing and producing for several years. Smaller hot peppers are the easiest to bring indoors.
11. Herbs: Basil, Chives, Parsley, Lemon Grass, Rosemary
Many herbs can grow inside and do well indoors. Herbs like Basil, Chives, Parsley, Lemon Grass, Rosemary can be brought inside home and can be grown. Trim and use your herbs to keep them bushy and full.