You may have a huge house, the best furniture, and the latest equipment, but the places come alive when you incorporate greenery. And it starts to feel like home.
Indoor plants are more than just ornamental plants in pretty ceramic pots. In addition to the aesthetic, it also provides functional benefits such as purifying the air, promoting a positive mood, and making you feel connected to nature.
Indoor plants had a boom with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Being locked up in our home and not being able to go out, plants were the only thing that kept us happy. Many invested in indoor and outdoor plants, pots, and hanging plants. They spruced up home and have remained still.
No matter the size or space available in your home, don’t worry; plants don’t need much space. It just needs a little love, water, and sunlight to thrive.
If you are new to having living plants in your home and worried they might die as you are inexperienced, don’t worry. Once you start the process, you’ll get the hang of it.
It is easily a favorite indoor plant because, unlike other plants that need sunlight every day, Jade can survive a few days without it. All you need to do is place it in a pot with a drainage hole and water it once every two weeks or when the topsoil looks too dry. Snipping the branches can bring in newer leaves that will grow it out into a beautiful plant.
This is a self-propagating, air-cleaning, and petite plant that will grow easily. It can grow well in low to bright indirect light. It is a good option to have for a new plant owner.
Now, this plant is an easy one to maintain. It can survive in any environment. It doesn’t need attention or sunlight or even water regularly. You can water it occasionally, let the soil dry to dry mid-watering days, and you don’t even need much.
This is usually found on coffee or side tables at home. These are simple, yet they can brighten up the whole space. It thrives on dim, indirect light and can add a feeling of Zen to your life. It is usually kept in a bowl; you just have to change the water every week.
They are low-maintenance plants. Easy to propagate and are cute to look at. It can make any place look beautiful. The best places to keep this would be on window sills where it a get good amount of sunlight. There is a wide variety of succulents available.
Often called the cubical plant. And the best part about this is it can thrive under any circumstance: no sunlight or even over-watering. Often called the “devil’s eye” for this reason. It’s a good plant for those who assume they don’t have a green thumb.
This one will survive. It requires less direct light and can survive even if you neglect it. So that’s a plus for those who don’t remember to water the plants.
These plants thrive in direct sunlight. Have to be watered only once a week during summer and once in three weeks during winter. Cacti come in different shapes and sizes. You can collect them and create a pretty cacti corner.
Aloe loves the sun, and you only need to water them once a week. Allow the soil to dry up before watering. You can keep them on the balcony and let them grow and enjoy the benefits that Aloe Vera brings.
While there are many more indoor plants that you can buy and keep at home, these are just a few that you can try. Plants add life to any dull space. Try it, and you won’t go back to a boring plant-less life in your home again.