When the weather gets cold and there is less work to be done outside in your garden, it's time to get your gardening fix indoors. There are so many fun leafjoy houseplants to discover, but that's just one way to enjoy plants inside. In this article, we'll show you 12 different ideas on how to use evergreens, plants with colorful stems, berry-producing shrubs and houseplants to liven up your indoor spaces.
Grow this exotic-looking tropical plant with eye-catching foliage indoors as a houseplant or outdoors during warmer weather.
Pick your perfect plant
Houseplants, like people, have unique personalities and needs. Some are easy-going and can live anywhere. Some thrive on a schedule. Others are stubborn and dramatic when they don’t get their way or their water.
leafjoy™ by Proven Winners understands that plants flourish when adopted by plant parents whose personalities and attentiveness align with their needs.
Red twig dogwoods are easy-care deciduous shrubs that contribute color to the landscape in all four seasons.
Gardeners play an important role in helping wildlife thrive in suburban and urban settings in the wintertime. Even when they are dormant, our gardens can support all kinds of living creatures. Learn about the different kinds of plants to include in your garden that will help wildlife survive the winter.
Add everlasting color to your landscape with shrubs that retain their foliage all year long
If you have questions about pruning such as when the best time is to cut back your hydrangeas, how far down the stems should you prune, or how to clean up a shrub with dead branches, you’ve come to the right place. Find the answers to these and many more pruning questions here.
Whether you're selecting new plants, caring for your landscape or looking for design ideas, here's lots of inspiration for making the most of your fall garden.
This widely grown fruit tree is also a popular ornamental houseplant, occurring in a range of colors, shapes and sizes.
Have you ever noticed how color can impact your mood? Whether you have a favorite color in mind, or want to combine them all for a kaleidoscope of blooms, use these ideas to help pick the perfect palette for your garden.