Personal growth: a year of indoor flowering plants

Contributing Garden WriterJanuary 3, 2014 

Indoor plants can literally allow you to turn over a new leaf each month of the coming year.

Living greenery enhances indoor air quality, brings color and texture to your decorating scheme and can lift spirits with the beauty of emerging leaves and unfolding blossoms.

Click here for a month-by-month gallery guiding you to plants that you can grow inside your home or office this year.

Susan Smith-Durisek is a master gardener and writer from Lexington. Email: durisek@aol.com. Blog: Gardening.bloginky.com.

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