Grow Flowers in your indoor garden!
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Black Pansy - Did you know the name 'pansy' is derived from the French word 'pensée', meaning 'thought'? It's no wonder we keep thinking of these gorgeous flowers. They have been a source of inspiration for many artists over the years, including Georgia O'Keeffe who produced a stunning painting of a Black Pansy in 1926.
Busy Lizzie - Also known as Impatiens, Busy Lizzies are a riot of color. Known for their vivid red, fuchsia, orange, white, and purple flowers, Busy Lizzie is popular for its minimal maintenance needs and maximally pleasing appearance.
Cockscomb - A wildflower native to many of the world’s warm, equatorial regions, Cockscomb will be a feather in your cap when it comes to great-looking indoor gardens. Ready to impress with its bright, unusual flowers, a growing Cockscomb will add joy to whatever sill or desk you place it upon. The Click & Grow indoor garden will take care of the growing process!
Cornflower - More or less the Lord of the Rings of the plant world, cornflower boasts a rich and interesting history. A national and political symbol in Estonia, Finland, Germany, and beyond, cornflower has pretty, shockingly blue flowers.
The cornflower's flower is edible and can be used for culinary decoration, for example to add colour to salads. The flower is also effective as a wash for tired eyes. Cornflowers are often used as an ingredient in teas with the most famous one being Lady Grey.
Moss Rose - Also called portulaca, the moss rose is known for its colorful flowers and shocking promptness. The flowers with their multiple colors have even be said to resemble
French Marigold - Exploding with fiery petals, French marigolds top the charts of good-looking plants. Native to the highlands of Central Mexico, these flowers double as a favoured spice in Georgian cuisine. It's even used to enhance or replace saffron! That's right. French Marigold is edible. Exotic!
Moss Rose - Also called portulaca, the moss rose is known for its colorful flowers and shocking promptness. The flowers with their multiple colors have even be said to resemble fireworks! Like clockwork, moss rose reaches full bloom at the same time each day.
Petunia - Related to tomatoes, tobacco, and chilli peppers, petunias have the power to brighten up any space. Place them somewhere that needs a little color, and their trumpet-shaped blooms will take it from there. Petunia- a truly beautiful and plentiful flower.
Polka Dot Flower - Polka Dot Plant is a highly-loved flower used to liven up any interior. In its native habitat, the plant can get up to 3 feet in height, but pot grown specimens will usually be smaller. The foliage is the main reason to grow this plant. The leaves are dotted with darker spots in green and a base color of pink. Polka dot plants are well suited for indoor use anywhere but you can also replant them outside in temperate to warm zones.
Painted Nettle - Ideal for putting a little color into your world, painted nettle is an unusually vibrant plant. With leaves that erupt in a wide array of rich hues, from yellow to red to purple, painted nettle is a complete masterpiece.
Sweet Alyssum - Ready to up aesthetic factor of any space, sweet alyssum is known for its delicate, sweet-smelling flowers. Sweet Alyssum is commonly found on sandy beaches, dunes, and the homes of people with excellent design sense (like you!).