Looking for a cutie to cultivate in a very small space? If so, check out the African violet.
This distinctive looking plant has bunches of purple, pink or white flowers surrounded by green, slightly fuzzy leaves.
African violets like medium to bright indirect light, which encourages blooming. You also want to make sure that the soil is moist but not soggy as they can suffer from root and crown rot. Make sure to water at the base and not on the leaves.
You also need to make sure that you take care of the leaves as their fuzzy texture can catch debris. Brush the leaves off with a small soft brush to remove dirt. Fertilize every two weeks during the spring and summer growing season.