Caring for indoor potted tulips involves keeping them watered and in a cool place while blooming and forcing them to continue to grow by chilling them. Forcing a bulb means creating an environment in which the plant cont... More »

Start bulbs indoors by chilling them in the refrigerator for eight to 15 weeks and then planting them in containers filled with potting mix. Smaller bulbs, including miniature daffodils, grape hyacinth, crocus and tulips... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Outdoor Plants & Flowers

Houseplant growing requirements vary by species and cultivar, and owners should research the proper light, water, soil and fertilizing requirements for each variety. Regardless of the species of the plant, individuals sh... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Houseplants

Indoor bonsai plant care includes proper watering, root and branch punning and using the right soil and fertilizer. Indoor bonsai trees are prone to dying without proper care and attention. More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Houseplants

You can grow amaryllis plants indoors by following a year-long care routine. After the plant has bloomed, you can make it re-bloom for several years by caring for the bulb. More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Houseplants

To care for Dracaena sanderiana, also called lucky bamboo, place the plant in a container with enough pebbles to support the plant and at least 1 inch of bottled or distilled water. Change the water weekly, and keep the ... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Houseplants

Tips for taking care of indoor succulent plants include keeping the air dry, keeping the room bright, giving them lots of space and repotting plants regularly, according to It can also help to plant succu... More »