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House Plants : Types

Foliage Plants | Flowering Plants 

Flowering plants

Hippeastrum makes a good house plant

Hippeastrum makes a good house plant

Flowering house plants can be very short-lived – in some cases they just one step up from cut flowers – or they can be quite long-lived. Some types, such as cineraria and primula are disposed of after flowering finishes.

Others, such as begonia and cyclamen, have a bulb or tuber that is retained to flower again; and some such as geranium and azalea that stay green and leafy after flowering, are grown on as foliage plants until they flower again.

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