Best JustNile Fresh Flowers & Indoor Plants in 2022

JustNile Fresh Flowers Indoor Plants

If you're looking for a beautiful plant to add to your home, JustNile has you covered. Choose from a variety of seasonal blooms, such as the poinsettia, which is a holiday favorite. This plant thrives in bright indirect light, and needs only minimal watering. Make sure to choose a well-draining soil, and water when it feels dry.


Indoor flowering plants are a great way to bring bright energy indoors. These plants are easy to maintain and will bloom throughout the year. They come in a variety of colors and bloom lengths. This is a great way to bring nature indoors without having to buy expensive flowers.

Phalaenopsis orchid

If you're looking for a long-lasting flower that is both beautiful and unique, then the Phalaenopsis orchid is a good choice. These flowering plants require a light environment, but they do well indoors, and they produce blooms for several months. They grow best in a climate that mimics their natural environment. That means having the right balance of temperature, humidity, light, and airflow.

Phalaenopsis orchids grow on thick, leafy stems and have beautiful, soft blooms. The flowers are usually between one and two inches wide and range in color from clear white to rich yellow and deep purple. These plants will bloom for up to three months indoors and store energy to bloom again the following year.

While Phalaenopsis orchids are generally easy to maintain, you may need to repot them occasionally to maintain optimal conditions. You can use an orchid potting mix specifically designed for orchids. Regular all-purpose potting mix is not airy enough and can suffocate the roots.

Once your orchids are well-established and blooming, you can cut back on their watering. In general, you should water them weekly, but you may want to cut back to every other week in the spring and summer.

Lipstick plant

This unique plant has a unique bloom, and is also surprisingly easy to care for. With the right care and attention, the plant will bloom profusely. You can grow it in hanging baskets, pillars, and shelves. Its growing guide includes instructions for proper watering and fertilization, as well as troubleshooting issues.

Lipstick plants can be propagated from cuttings or from seeds. The cuttings should be trimmed at a 45-degree angle. Then, the cut end should be covered with rooting hormone and planted in a mix of vermiculite and perlite. Once rooted, plants need to be kept in a 70-75 degree environment. While the plant generally does not have any major pests or diseases, occasional attacks by aphids may occur. If this happens, treat the plant with neem oil or a fungicide.

Lipstick plants prefer a moist environment. If they get too much sunlight, the foliage will turn red. Lipstick plants are happy with partial to full shade, but can handle high temperatures as well. This plant can tolerate temps as low as 40degF for short periods, but will stop growing and drop leaves in cold weather. In colder climates, they are sensitive to frost and will not survive the winter.


Hibiscus is a tropical plant, but you can grow it indoors year-round. In winter, place it near a south-facing window and give it plenty of sun. During the hotter months of spring and summer, move it further away from the window. They need bright light to bloom, so make sure you keep the temperature around sixty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit.

Hibiscus thrives in a potting mix with excellent drainage. In winter, it prefers a temperature of 55 to 70 degrees. The potting mix should be well-drained to avoid rotting roots or wearing them out. Weekly fertilizing is also recommended.

Hibiscus are susceptible to pests, including aphids, whiteflies, Japanese beetles, and spider mites. If you have indoor hibiscus, you can treat them with organic pesticides, which will kill off pests.

Hibiscus can be propagated by cuttings. However, the common varieties can be difficult to find in stores. Hibiscus cuttings can be rooted anytime when new growth is available, but the quickest process is in spring. When taking cuttings, make sure they are about three or four inches long and about 5 inches long. You should remove the lower leaves before inserting them into the cutting holder. Within four to five weeks, you should have roots. Once the cuttings are large enough, you can move them to a larger container or transplant them permanently.


Phalaenopsis orchids have distinct flower spikes. Phalaenopsis orchids grow on a single stem and send off three or more flowers in succession. This type of orchid is also known as a monopodial orchid because it doesn't produce large water-storing pseudobulbs. Therefore, it is sensitive to drought and requires regular watering.

The phalaenopsis orchid is one of the easiest indoor plants to care for. It requires moderate light and consistent moisture. Once established, it will bloom for two to six months. During the winter months, it will be less active and will flower in the spring.

Phalaenopsis orchids need light and a slightly warm climate to thrive. Generally, they prefer daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit and nighttime temperatures between 50 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. They also benefit from high humidity levels. They require about 11 hours of artificial light in the winter, and about 14-16 hours of light in the summer.

If you're new to orchid growing, it's important to know the basic care of the orchid. Phalaenopsis orchids require watering every seven to ten days, and it is essential to keep them in pots with proper drainage.

Peace lily

If you're thinking of getting a Peace lily indoor plant, you'll be pleased to learn that it's easy to care for and grow. Peace lilies need a regular supply of water and a high-quality indoor potting mix, and they'll also benefit from regular feedings of Miracle-Gro Indoor Plant Food. However, you'll need to be sure to take special care to keep your peace lily safe from your kids and pets.

Peace lilies are a lovely addition to any indoor space. These plants grow between one and four feet tall, and their dark green leaves are a stunning contrast to their white flowers. Peace lilies are also a good choice as a gift for someone. They're a great way to add color and variety to your home or office, and they're perfect for office spaces.

If you have a peace lily indoor plant, you should know that it's best to keep it in a shaded area. The plant's leaves will droop if you water them too much, and they need to dry out a bit between waterings. To avoid this, make sure you remove any accumulated salts from the soil.

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