Summer is associated with beautiful flowers. Both in the garden and in the rooms I want to admire the magnificent inflorescences and touching flowers. And for this it is not at all necessary to use cut bouquets. The assortment of the best indoor plants has a lot of flowering species. In the summer, when they receive the brightest lighting and the optimal duration of daylight hours, they can overshadow any bouquet. Actually, like living bouquets, short-lived or just one-year-old indoor crops look like catharanthus, schisanthus, begonias, pelargoniums, etc. Bright and colorful, they are absolutely inimitable as seasonal accents.5 short-lived indoor plants with abundant flowering in the summer.
The best flyers and short-lived perennials among indoor stars
If you are looking for plants that could turn window sills into a bright gallery, you should consider replenishing the collection with one-year and two-year-old stars: they are short-lived, but they give all their energy to luxurious flowering. Among them are a variety of bulbous with tuberous, and similar to blue carpets lobeliaand loved ones petunias, balsamines, coelosia, verbena.
These annuals can be used not only for the design of balconies, but also to decorate window sills with bushes like flowering clouds.
There are short-lived favorites among native plants. Luxurious persian violets, genuine room miracle schizanthus and the bells offer to admire the unforgettable spectacle of gentle romantic clouds, and the rapidly degenerating geraniums and begonias, although they need updating, but they will outshine any competitor in terms of brightness and massiveness of flowering.
To compete with the beauty of pinks not lasting for the next year periwinkles or Catharanthus, among all the two and annual types of bells, one beautifully blooming star can. Flat bells, moving from the garden to the pots, do not lose their ability to bloom surprisingly magnificent. It is no coincidence that they earned the nickname of the "shooting star", because in the potted format they seem to be pillows strewn with fallen stars.
Leaving the garden and room scenes for a while gloxinia in the new millennium, long ago got rid of the status of a plant unfashionable and rather boring. The development of new hybrid varieties with an unusual palette of colors and the ability to maintain compactness again attracted the love of flower growers all over the world. And in the size of the flowers, few can compete with her.
Flowers exakums relatives can boast the same effect that is characteristic of hellebores - their flowers, albeit tiny, look almost artificial. They are as if molded of porcelain or made of plastic, and the neat density of the bushes underlines this illusion. One of the best miniature indoor plants from the flowering category deserves to be used in the summer interior and in the serving. The ezacum is so easily renewed from cuttings that biennials of the plant may not be noticed.
Read also our article 5 of the brightest indoor plants that bloom all summer.
Better known by her English name, royal or large-flowered geranium long ago ousted from the window sills the "usual" zonal pelargoniums. A delightful variety of varieties with a bizarre shape and colors of inflorescences, and sometimes completely unexpected effects, made the English geraniums genuine stars. But they are much more capricious of their counterparts, requiring special care in payment for their lush flowering.
No wonder it has become an unfading classic, always remaining fashionable and vibrant, beautifully flowered room begonia - One of the favorites of many gardeners. It is capable of blooming all year long; on sale its flowering specimens are found almost constantly. Bright and proud flowering of high begonias can overshadow any bouquets.
Let's get to know more closely 5 irresistible houseplants that look no less dazzling in summer than garden letniks. And although they require regular growth and replacement, their beauty justifies the time spent on them.
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