How to Care for Flowering Houseplants

Most flowering houseplants require direct or bright, indirect light at levels well above those required for most foliage plants. Many have a limited season of bloom and often need a rest period before re-blooming. Flowering houseplants benefit from moderate fertilization and high humidity. For long-term success of flowering houseplants, supplemental light can be used if sufficient natural light is not available.

Learn more about how to care for your florist's plants below.

Information on the Care of Flowering Houseplants

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How to Care for Florist's Plants

 

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November 2023