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8 Gorgeous Flower Options to Breathe Life Into Your Winter

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Winter is coming and with it, a lack of color! But just because all those winter conditions bringing blankets of snow cover so much of the color that breathes life into our daily doings, doesn’t mean we can’t add in some cool hues of our own to have our homes looking spring- and summer-like all year round.

While festive poinsettias are gorgeous and can add a pop of color, there are plenty of plants and flowers that can add vibrancy to your home’s style, especially during the holiday season. To help you figure it all out, we share some of the brightest and beautiful plant varieties that will thrive indoors this winter.

English Ivy

Touted as superb climbers and clinging to almost any surface, English Ivy is the perfect flower. Featuring potted accents with its glossy green leaves, it can be a great addition for winter interest. If you’re looking for a traditional and delicate addition to your home, the flower is also a lovely option that will hold up in a cool environment with moist soil.

Tulips and Hyacinths

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From bright jewel-toned miniatures to the brilliance of enormous lush doubles, no flower group puts on quite a show like tulips and hyacinths. These two are whimsical, colorful flowers that will bloom just in time for spring too.

Aloe

In recent years, aloe has become an incredibly popular staple in homes thanks to it easy care. Not to mention, it’s a unique variety with great texture that requires little upkeep and will last all season.

Amaryllis

There are a number of potted plants and flowers that promise to brighten your home, but the amaryllis flower is the perfect choice as it comes in many colors, such as white, red and pink.

Paperwhites

If you are looking to fill spaces like a modern kitchen or window sill with a burst of color and a touch of spring, paperwhites are the flower for you. Easy to pot, these flowers (“narcissus papyraceus”) are from the daffodil family and known best for their sleek, monochromatic allure.

Dahlias

If you are looking for a mid-summer bloom, the dahlia flower is ideal pop of color, thanks to its rich texture and hue” Morever, dahlias are the type of flower that blooms with stunning, unique petals that produce a bushy, beautiful charm.

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Winter Orchids

One of the best all-season indoor plants is the orchid for its sleek, modernity thanks to its sophistication that can be added easily any space, during any season.

Evergreen topiaries

As the perfect addition to your home without much upkeep, evergreen topiaries add a touch of personality. The best part of an evergreen topiary is how it makes for a very nice potted accent during the winter season and can add life to your home in a chic, stylish way.

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What are some of your favorite winter plants? Let us know in the comments below.

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