The flowering season in Michigan isn't long enough for me and I'm looking for plants that will bloom year-round inside in an east facing window where the temperature is 6o degrees. Begonias do great for me in this situation. Any other ideas?
Hi, Well my first choices would be begonias, impatiens, coleus, and geraniums. These are all annuals so they won't be able to tolerate any cold temperatures, but if you can hold it steady in the 60 degree range, I'm sure they'd all survive and look good.