The red blooms of Graceful Azalea brighten up even the gloomiest winter day. This rhododendron comes in many different shades, but in winter you can expect to see quite a few red plants come to life. Outside, these plants bloom in the spring, but they can be cultivated to bloom indoors in the winter.
One of the reasons the azalea makes such a great winter houseplant is its low light requirement. You don’t need to put this plant near a window. Though some variety of azaleas do well outdoors, the indoor variety is not hardy enough for Fargo’s cold winters. With a little coaxing, you can get the plant to re-bloom indoors, giving you continued enjoyment for many years to come.