Getting an indoor plant for your place is a good way to spruce things us. These easy, and hard to kill plants don’t need much sunlight to thrive, hence they are perfect if you are lazy or too busy like me, but still want to have beautiful thriving plants.
Peace Lilies are one of the most beautiful plants you could have in your home. It’s even more beautiful when it blooms. Even though it’s easy to grow peace lilies require you to water them at least once every two weeks. When it comes thirsty the leaves bow down and begs for your attention. So you’ll know when it’s becoming dry. Though this plant is beautiful, it can be toxic to cats and dogs.
Succulents are beautiful and require the smallest amount of attention and can survive the harshest conditions. There are tons of different kinds of succulents; Aloe Vera, Cactus, Agave, Jade Plant and Echeveria to name a few. Indoor Succulent Plant Decor Ideas To Beautify Your Home
There are over a dozen type of indoor plants. They have a different shape, length, and size. Even though they can be unwatered they do require you to water them regularly if you want them to thrive. They don’t require tons of sunlight, too much direct sunlight with cause the plant to get sunburn and the leaves wither and dry easily. The most common problems you may experience is spider mites and the tips getting brown. However, there are many remedies for this online.
Native to tropical West Africa from Nigeria east to the Congo. They can survive low light and drought and will also help to remove toxins from your home. Ensure to have the plant in a free-draining soil pot, because it rots easily. There are a few different types of Snake plants so ensure you buy the right one suitable for you. (Purchase the Pot)
These beauties are native to many tropical regions and are perfect for indoor. It is one of the easiest plants to grow and can tolerate just about any indoor condition. They come in many different types, some are a greener shade with silver patterns and some resemble lilies in a lighter shade. Water regularly and can be kept in the shade or near heavy sunlight.
This long-lived plant is suitable for any indoor areas. Whether it be home, school, office or commercial decor. It requires no sunlight, and it cleans the air from many toxins.
Spider Plant ( Chlorophytum Comosum)
Spider Plants usually grow in cool temperatures and prefer dry soil. They can be grown in water only for a few weeks but won’t survive if not given the proper nutrients. They are easy to grow and can be replanted by just cutting off the sipiderettes and placing it into a pot.
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana)
Lucky Bamboo can grow in soil or water. Native to Central Africa. This plant is known to bring “Luck” hence the day. It grows in different arrangements, forms, and patterns. Three stalks represent Fu (happiness), Lu (wealth), and Soh (long life). Six stalks represent good luck and wealth. Seven stalks represent good health. Eight stalks represent growth.
Monstera (Monstera Deliciosa)
Monstera is native to Mexico and is also sometimes called split-leaf philodendron. This plant requires gently mist once a week and can, therefore, withstand humidity. Hence, why it thrives in the tropics. This plant will sure to give you that tropical vibe.
Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra Elatior)
Tough and easy to grow. This luscious leafy evergreen will tolerate a range of growing conditions.
Another tough one! This plant will indicate what it needs. Water, Sunlight and Fertilizer is just the basic necessity for this one. There are only two types, the none-climbing, and climbing variety.
The name comes from the Greek word meaning female dragon. Making sure the plant is slightly moist is just the most you can do for this one. Brown tips and yellowing May indicate poor drainage overwatering.
Bromeliads are bright, beautiful and colorful. This plant will give your house a touch of the tropics. It’s easy to grow but you can use some fertilizer to help it to blossom.
Japanese Sago Palm (Cycas Revolution)
This thick, tough-looking plant is not actually a Palm at all. Though it is native to Japan; this plant grows stiff, needle-clad Spears out from the center of the trunk. Even though they are lovely, the Japanese Sago Palm is poisonous to both humans and animals.
Elephant Ears (Colocasia)
Native to the Philippines these “Dumbo Ear” shaped plants are easy to care for and hate the direct sun because they burn easily. Surprisingly this plant has an edible fiber, called taro.