Indoor Gardening

Keep gardening year-round by bringing exotic orchids, charming African Violets, and dramatic Dracaenas into your home. Some best-loved options include easy-care succulents, beautiful begonias, and showy Streptocarpella. A well-placed tropical Hibiscus will overwinter in a bright window, and can be coaxed into blooming indoors before you put it outside again come spring.

Beautify Your Living Space with Houseplants


Simply tell Rohsler’s experts about your home’s general temperature, humidity, and light conditions. They will steer you toward plants that will thrive in your home’s growing conditions. All you have to do is decide which bloom colors and leaf textures you find most appealing. Pull together your décor with a ceramic pot, basket, or whatever else strikes you.

Container gardens and dish gardens are excellent options for indoor gardeners. Before you pick one, visit the miniature gardening department. You might be inspired to try your hand at something completely out of the ordinary.

Besides their inherent attractiveness, indoor plants can help improve the air quality inside your home, and help regulate humidity levels. However, if you have pets or small children, please keep them away from your houseplants. Some houseplants are poisonous to animals, so feel free to ask questions when making your selections.

Getting Started with Indoor Gardening

Before you head home, make sure you have the accessories you need to keep your new plants healthy. We have the gardening tools, gloves, plant foods, and watering cans you need.

Rohsler’s can help you get started growing exotic orchids, charming African Violets, and dramatic Dracaenas.

  • Orchids
  • Cacti
  • Succulents
  • Ferns
  • Palms and other tropicals
  • Bonsai

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