Joyful Indoor Plants For All Seasons

Indoor Plants Bring Joy Every Day of the Year



Joy to do what I need to do for me. Joy for the world, for the animals, for nature, for spirit, which should be first? Listening for answers in the morning, of the things I dream prayed about the night before. Become aware of my surroundings the rest will fall into place.

Time to try a flower garden, inside the house of course. Which flowers love to live inside our house? The dainty white flowers of the shamrock does. So, too the pinkish orange blossoms of the angel wing begonia.


One day at time, quit filling up every empty spot with clutter, I know you have much to clean up, must get more comfortable with open spaces of quiet. Every plant needs space for the seeds to grow. Release our regrets and reconnect to any hour of the day, we are not alone. Plants are alive, in that we are comforted.

Indoor Plants Need Fresh Soil and Water

Time to put some fresh new food soil around my loving house plants.
Time to put some fresh new food soil around my loving house plants. | Source

Plants Are Joyful When We Care For Them

This is number one, the only priority for now, day and night until winter is over, hibernate and grow close to spirit. That's it. Excitingly inciting, as freshness, comes into my breathing, a freedom to be fills me with joy, and I truly toy with the idea of going with the flow. Plants help with that, as we turn them, water them, feed them, deciding to transplant or give them away.

For now I cannot keep the rushing flood of thoughts from crashing in. When to begin this fresh indoor garden for spring? Listen to my own creativity and water my houseplants lovingly. Add fresh soil and feed them, pull off the deadness, turn them around to face the sun.

I Love Learning About Gardening

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Plants In My House

That is why I like house plants. Somehow they survive all the seasons. Some of them continue to flower. What are the names of them.

Angel Wing Begonia

Shamrocks

Ferns

Climbing Spider

Peace Lily

Pothos Pics

Diffenbachia Pics

Heart Leaf Philodenron


Plants for All Seasons

Thank you for the healthy benefits you add to our lives, dear plants.
Thank you for the healthy benefits you add to our lives, dear plants. | Source

Herbs We Love to Grow In the House

basil
mint
rosemary
 
 
 
thyme
oregano
bayleaves
 
 
 
Herbs we can grow as house plants. How wonderful herb plants can do so much. Not only help purify the air, our taste buds are delighted. We find we eat them on just about everything. What else do we need to delight our taste buds?

Keeping It Green All Over the House

Peace Lilly, Golden Pathos and Dracaenas are now on my list of new houseplants to add as the easiest ones to grow and maintain.

Oh I do need a money plant, maybe two, that is good. Otherwise the smoke from the fires would hurt our throats more than it does.

Plants With Benefits

  1. English Ivy for Dry skin
  2. Gerbera Daisies, oh I have to try these to sleep better.
  3. NASA approves Chrysanthemums as the very best one to have living in our homes to remove the most critical toxins.

Joyful Plants

Joyful Colors

Such beautiful flowers of color, how you do it is a mystery.
Such beautiful flowers of color, how you do it is a mystery. | Source

© 2014 Maree Michael Martin

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Hanging onto Joy For All Seasons 9 comments

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Randall Guinn 2 years ago from Pinellas Park, Florida

I will have to try the shamrocks. I often see the violet colored ones. I wonder if those need more light?

A very nice article Ruby. I enjoyed reading it.

Randall


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Bill Armstrong 2 years ago from Valencia, California

nice page, thanks for sharing


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas

Very helpful list you have here. Great for apartment living. Plants do indeed add so much to our lives. Pinning this to Awesome Hubpages!


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vocalcoach 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

Thanks Ruby - Shamrocks it is!


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vocalcoach 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

I'm back to let you know that after watching this wonderful video I now know what plants are 'low-lite.' So I've answered my own question thanks to this super hub. :)


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Ruby H Rose 2 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island Author

My little shamrocks seem to grow pretty good in dark places as long as they get fresh air and water.


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vocalcoach 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

Wonderful, inspiring hub. Can you suggest an indoor plant for my small bedroom that gets very little light? Thanks ~ Audrey


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Ruby H Rose 2 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island Author

Our little bit of snow lasted only the morning. We have been super busy with grandchildren, what a delight they are. And spreading our love of writing and photos way too far out there. It is good to get somethings finished here at "home". Thanks Billy for all your words of wisdom too.


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billybuc 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

Well it's been awhile since we heard from you, hasn't it? Good to see your plant words of wisdom again. Thanks and now I'm thinking about spring now that our one snowfall has come and gone.

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