2. Aloe Plant is a must to me indoors.During the winter months, I do more cooking, baking, fudge and we use our fireplace all season which for me means many of those small annoying burns. I love having a healthy Aloe plant on hand to pinch off a section and soothe the burn with pure aloe gel. Aloe likes soil to be on the dry side and bright light-not direct sun. Super easy indoors.
3. Purple Striped Wandering Jew Plant is one of the easiest plants I've ever grown indoors. Not picky about soil, water or light and it grows quickly! A true must have indoor beauty!
4.Purple Velvet plant is so exotic looking indoors that it has become another top pick. It is not fussy about soil, likes to have moist(not soggy) soil and bright light and drapes beautifully in a hanging basket.
5. Coffee Tree is an indoor beauty everyone can grow indoors. It will not tolerate direct sun, enjoys medium to bright light. It enjoys well drained soil and to be slightly dry. With foliage so glossy it looks like the leaves have been polished. When mature, it will bear coffee beans which can be roasted to grind.
8.Pregnant Onion is one plant I grow just for fun. Children get such a smile kick out watching all the little baby bulbs pop on the main bulb! Super easy to grow indoors and requires very little care.
9. Pomegranate trees add a lovely green airy look as an indoor plant. Easy and undemanding, they can move outdoors in the Spring.
Far from being the only plants I enjoy growing indoors, these are ten of my favorites.
All of these plants and more great indoor treasures can be found in my Bonanza Booth,