Want to make your trendy and fresh looking ? Try to decorate your house with indoor houseplants.
They add so much life to your house and also brings positivity, fresh air in your house. The day you plant an indoor plant in your room you will feel the difference in the energy of your house. They look beautiful, add volume to your room, and level up your decorating skills. Small indoor plants are cute but oversized plants are something you can’t resist. But you should only buy oversized plants when you can take care of them as they are expensive and they require proper watering. Silk or plastic plants may never die, but let’s be honest real plants are greener and have a sense of freshness in them.
Large indoor plants
Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata)
They are tall, shiny, and fiddle-shaped broadleaf plants suitable for homes that have different lights. Direct and indirect sunlight is needed for this plant so place this one in that room which has some passage for sunlight in it. Regular watering is important but doesn’t overwater it as leaves will start dropping.
Yucca (Yucca elephantipes)
It is a desert plant that doesn’t need much of your attention. One thing to note is that you should place it somewhere it can get plenty of sunlight and regular watering and you are good to go.
Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea Elegans)
They are reminiscent of the tropics and are full of greenery. They have thin leaves and are best for any kind of house. No need for sunlight and avoid overwatering. Keep a check on the soil in summer don’t let the soil dry and in winter a little dry soil is better for watering. They are pet- friendly.
Areca Palm (Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens)
They do well in bright spaces and increase to 10 inches in a year. They are feathery and prefer constant sunlight. Water it when soil is getting dry during spring and summer but in winter let the soil dry little bit before watering. They can grow up to 6-7 feet tall.
Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria Heterophylla)
They havesoft needles and delicate pine look. Moist soil and bright light are best for this plant. Try placing them in a south or west-facing window because it’s not tolerant of dry indoor air. It’s a teeny bit cranky also if you change the light, forget to water or overwater. It is super sensitive to any type of environmental stress as needles drop—and once gone, they don’t regrow.
floor plants indoor
They have broad leaves and round purple fruits. Bright light is best for them, draining soil and liquid fertilizer. You can water it once in a week but keep checking your plant once the soil is dry water it again. These plants prefer a humid environment
They are said to be lucky for finance and have a unique and lovely shape. They are suitable for any kind of home and have twisted trunk and sprawling leaves. Indirect sunlight is best for them, watering once a week is enough.
If you have a Mediterranean style inspired house then this is your plant. It will instantly boost your space and you will love it. It has elliptic leaves and prospers in a house with lots of light. Well- draining soil is best for them and plenty of sunlight is necessary. If you want olives to appear on your tree, cross-pollination is essential. Water the plant when the soil gets dry.
Large indoor plants low light
They thrive in low sunlight conditions. Pothos comes in a variety of colors and bi-colors, including dark green, white-and-green, yellow-and-green, and spotted silver. Water only when soil is dry, they usually stay between 6 to 10 feet but trailing stems can go up to 30 feet.
If you want a plant that doesn’t need much attention and can thrive in low light or dark corners of your house then this is your plant. They can reach up to 3 feet and water only when the soil feels dry when touched.
Cast Iron Plant
This is the plant which lives up to its name as they thrive in neglect and watering should be done occasionally and are happy in dark rooms. Grow to a height of 3 feet. They spread slowly, so they rarely need repotting. The cast-iron plant produces dark green narrow leaves. They also have a variegated form, but it can be very difficult to find.
When you find nothing to add elegance to your room go for this one. They can reach up to a height of 6 feet and water when the soil feels dry. Usually, they are bought in a group so you can make creative ways to decorate them in your room. Remove any yellow leaves when appearing for the best elegant look.
Extra-large house plants
This plant has a nickname (mother-in-law’s tongue), which is opposite to its nature as this plant isn’t fussy at all. It’s so easy to take care of, it is the perfect starter plant. It grows best in indirect sunlight, the snake plant will thrive in most conditions, including dim light spaces. It’s a desert plant, so it doesn’t need much watering. It can go up to four weeks without water.
Bird of Paradise
The Bird of Paradise is considered to be the queen of the indoor plant world. It instantly adds a rich, tropical flair to your space. It is a plant that adapts itself to almost every condition from low, to indirect, to super bright sunlight. The only thing to keep in mind is to mist it from time to time. This plant is easygoing but still needs a little humidity since it is native to the tropics.
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