To make your indoor environment highly healthy, energetic, aesthetically gorgeous, and close to nature, it is always an ideal idea to add flowering plants in your kitchen.  Flowering plants are good for the environment as well as health.  Here, you just find the benefits of flowering plants.

Health and well-being benefits of Indoor Flowering Plants

  • Indoor flowering plants can eliminate all impurities from the air and provide you best quality of air.
  • If you are suffering from dry skin and respiratory problems, plants can enhance humidity levels and oxygen.
  • Flowering plants or ornamental flowers can release stress and anxiety from your life and raise your mood and boost up positive energy level.
  • You can décor your dinner table with beautiful and stylish flowers. They can also add vibrant colors to your dishes.
  • Flowers are a symbol of unity, hope, and happiness.
  • You can add beauty to your events such as wedding ceremonies, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, bridal showers,s, and baby showers with a flower bouquet.
  • Flowers help to express our feelings or emotions in front of our partners. No object in the world can’t convey our feelings like flowers. Whenever you feel nervous about your crush, you will find flowers for your best friend.

How to use indoor flowering plants in the kitchen?

  • Flowers become an important part of many dishes such as salads, soups even jellies, wine, jams, oils, and tea production.
  • You can sprinkle or garnish edible flowers such as Hibiscus, dandelion, honeysuckle, and lavender in your green salads for a splash of bright color and flavor.
  • Never use non-edible flowers such as daffodils, Foxglove, buttercup, anemone, oleander, Hydrangeas, and lily of the valley as garnish because they are poisonous to your health.


Amaryllis - Indoor Flowering Plants

The word Amaryllis comes from the Greek word amaro which means to sparkle and is native to Africa. Amaryllis is a gorgeous indoor bulb plant that has strappy leaves and blooms large and colorful bell-shaped flowers. They are naturally spring-blooming bulbs that bestow you with colorful flowers between winter and spring. This beautiful indoor flowering plant is associated with strength because of its height and sturdy stems.

How to Grow and Care Amaryllis?

  • Always select large bulbs free from spots or molds for planting Amaryllis because large bulbs can produce more stems and flowers.
  • Place newly planted Amaryllis in a bright sunny spot because it loves bright sunshine and sunlight will encourage your green friend to bloom.
  • Feed your amaryllis twice a month with soluble liquid fertilizer and try to keep the quantity of nitrogen low and phosphorous high in fertilizer otherwise, your amaryllis blooms a few flowers.
  • Always keep the soil moist but not damp. Watering once per week or when 2 inches of soil feel dry. Don’t overwater it because it will lead to attracting pests towards amaryllis.
  • When the flower buds have begun to open, move the plant away from direct sunlight.

African violet

African violet

African violet is one of the most elegant indoor flowering plants with small fuzzy leaves that blooms clusters of white, blue, or purple flowers. African violet is native to east Africa and they got their name because of violet-colored flowers.

African violet categories

African violet is classified into two main categories: trailing and rosette. African violet can bloom in different vibrant colors including blue, violet, pink, red, white, and lavender. Trailing African violet is not well-known and have numerous crowns growing from one set of roots while people are not familiar with Rosette African violet and have a single crown growing from the set of roots.

How do grow and Care for your African violet?

  • African Violets have fuzzy leaves which help to store enough amount of water in stems or leaves that’s a way to keep the soil slightly moist but never overwater it. Don’t use chilled water for African violet and always water your plant from the bottom.
  • African violet appreciates bright indirect light so, keep away from direct sunlight. You can place it near the east –north-facing window of your kitchen. Thin, dark green leaves and leggy stems indicated that your plant is not receiving enough light. If you notice the dark green color of leaves fades, it is a sign that your plant is getting too much light.
  • Feed your hungry green friend every 2 weeks with a high phosphorous plant food during the growing season when you feel dizziness in growth and notice yellowing leaves of plants.
  • Keep away from the drafty areas in the winter season because it like warm temperatures.
  • Fuzzy leaves have the ability to grasp dust particles so, clean them gently with a soft-bristle paintbrush or damp cloth.


Anthurium indoor flowering plant

Anthurium (Anthurium spp) is one of the most famous indoor flowering plants and is native to Central America, northern South America, and the Caribbean. It is also known as flamingo flowers for their unique shape and bright colors such as red, green, and white colors. Anthurium is toxic for both humans and pets.

Basic Anthurium Caring tips

  • Anthurium plant loves to thrive in bright indirect light and hates to receive full exposure to the sun except in winter because direct sunlight can scorch the natural beauty of leaves.
  • Anthurium has the desire for well-draining potting soil. Orchids with additional sand and peat moss can make perfect soil for Anthurium.
  • Watering your thirsty plant once a week when you feel 2 inches of soil dry out. If you thrive on Anthurium outdoors in warm weather then water it after 2 or three days.
  • This flowering plant demands a high humidity level and a temperature between 65 and 85 Degrees F is ideal for growing Anthurium.
  • Using phosphorous-rich liquid fertilizer to feed your green friend because it can encourage your plant to bloom beautiful flowers.

Begonia Plant

Begonia Plant

Begonia is one of the most popular indoor flowering plants. The botanical name of Begonia is Begonia Fimbristipula. The begonia plant is mainly used as an ornamental flower because of its lovely red color and unique shape. If you are suffering from high blood pressure, kidney diseases, and Diabetes then avoid consuming Begonia. It may cause harm in this situation.  Place the Begonia plant in the kitchen and make your family healthy.

Healing Benefits of Begonia plant

  • It is useful for maintaining the digestive system and dealing with Bronchitis.
  • You can overcome unstoppable bleeding and brighten the skin by consuming Begonia.
  • It is best for bone and teeth strength and development.
  • If you are suffering from a lousy cold, then Begonia is best for you because it has magical healing power. You can consume Begonia by boiling
  • Begonia is very rich in nutrients such as Alkaloids vitamin C, Carbolic, and Oxalic acid.



Orchids are colorful flowering plants and are one of the most popular lucky plants. This tropical plant is native to Asia, Central, and South America. Orchid has three petals and three sepals that joined together. If you want to add something new and beautiful to your life, place the orchid in your own kitchen garden. They emit oxygen at night which helps you to take powerful and energetic sleep.

How to Grow and Care for Orchids?

  • Orchids appreciate a lot of air around their roots instead of congested space so, keep it in terra cotta pots. A good ventilation system is a must for keeping contented your orchids.
  • Some varieties of orchids can be picky about blooming so, be patient with getting flowers.
  • Orchids prefer bright and strong indirect sunlight. If you notice the color of the leaves is dark green, it indicates your green friend can’t get enough light while yellowish-green or red leaves represent that plant getting an abundance of light.

You should water your thirsty green friend once a week in winter and twice a week in summer. Plump white roots are a sign that the orchid plant receives a sufficient amount of water. Wilted grey roots indicate that your plant is extremely thirsty and wants to drink water more while brown or black roots represent that your plant had receive too much water

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