Annuals/Perrenial as House Plants
Anyone ever try or succeeded growing annuals/perrenials as house plants?
Some are problems, Mite magnets, but others do well.
The common Spikes/Cordyline, purple, green and variegated, which is technically a Dracaena, make great plants.
Coleus, if given light and an airy room, has beautiful colors. It stands out amongst green plants.
Petunia seeds fell into my citrus plant. Although the Petunia was small, it had lovely, white, fragrant flowers.
Impatiens do well, but again needs an airy room. I prefer upright types.
Has anyone tried growing annual/perrenial, garden plants indoors? Toni