​7 flowering plants that thrive in winter

​Christmas Cactus

Christmas cacti bloom with vibrant, tubular flowers and prefer bright, indirect light and slightly higher humidity levels.

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Also known as "mums," are popular winter-blooming plants. They come in various colors and prefer full sun to partial shade.

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Hibiscus is a tropical plant with large flowers. It prefers full sun and well-draining soil. It will add a splash of color to your garden or indoor space.

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Jasmine flowers produce a fragrant smell and grow well in regions with mild temperatures. They prefer full to partial sun and regular watering.

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​Pansies ​

Pansies bloom with charming, multi-colored flowers and prefer full sun to partial shade. Keep the soil consistently moist for them to thrive in winter.

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Ixora is a tropical shrub that produces clusters of vibrant, tubular flowers in various shades, including red, pink, and orange.

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Orchids are hard to grow and require specific care. You can experiment with growing different varieties of orchids this winter.

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