What you need to know about indoor plants

On Friday, I took a trip down memory lane to look back at some of my favourite indoor plants that I used to decorate and grow when I was growing up. 

The plants I grew up with were from the 80s and 90s, and they still stand as iconic indoor plants of the 90s.

I’m not the only one that enjoys them as a way to entertain myself indoors. 

And yes, some of the plants you will see today were actually grown in my home when I grew them. 

I’m just not a huge fan of the ones that have large roots and have a pretty dark colour to them, like the large blue and white flowers.

I love the flowers too, and I’ve always been a big fan of pink and white.

The other things I remember fondly growing up were the pinks and whites that were available in the 80’s and 90’s.

In the early 80s, I remember seeing them in a garden store in my hometown of San Francisco.

A couple of the pink and whites I saw then, I would buy, so they were still around for a few years.

The purple and yellow that I saw in the early 90s are now just as common, and some of them are still around.

All of the flowers I loved growing up have a lot of life in them.

You’ll often see flowers like this that are just getting started or growing in a pot. 

In the 90’s and early 2000s, my parents bought me some indoor plants to grow, and it was at this time I noticed how beautiful they looked.

They were also the ones I would always see in the garden and garden shops that I frequented, and that is where they became my favourite things to grow.

So while I’m not a fan of them today, I do love them.

In the future, I’ll definitely be looking for more plants from the 90 and early 00s. 

But right now, I just love the pink flowers.