Top 8 Indoor Plants

Top 8 Indoor Plants

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The key to a fresh and colourful interior décor is to use indoor plants. Decorating with plants is one of the easiest ways to make a home feel more lived-in and relaxed. They instantly change the mood and add that kick your décor needs to stand. Greenhouse plants add relaxing colour and freshness to modern decor. Green leaves change interior spaces dramatically. It will make the room feel fresher.

1. Money plant ( Epipremnum aureum ):-
Pothos or Money plants are very easy growing creepers and low maintenance plants from rest of the other plants. You just give some efforts on its propagation and they start growing. Since it grows in low light, you can keep it indoors without worrying about the sunlight. So it could be grown in many decorative ways without giving much effort.

Money plant (Photo Credits : Google)

2. Snake plant( Sansevieria trifasciata ):-

The Snake Plant, is one of the most recommended plants for improving air quality. The optimal place to keep this relatively inexpensive and low-maintenance plant is the bedroom. It converts CO2 into oxygen at night. It is the best cheap plant for improving indoor air quality.

Snake Plant (Photo Credits : Google)

 

3. House palms ( Dypsis lutescens ):-

Palms bring a sense of the tropics and an exotic feel to your home. Palms grown indoors need proper care in order to produce the large feathered leaves. When caring for indoor palms, it needs the correct amount of light, fertilizer, water and correct temperature to prevent foliage problems.

  House Palms (Photo Credits : Google)

 

4. Spider grass plant (Chlorophytum cosmos ):-

The spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is a very adaptable houseplant that can be found in many homes. It is easy to care for, and it will grow well in many environments. Spider plants are beautiful, with just tiny white blooms that are actually very pretty. The leaves resemble a narrow blade of grass. The dangling leaves look amazing as a hanging plant in your living space.

Spider Grass Plants (Photo Credits : Google)

 

5. Succulents:-

Succulents make great indoor plants because they’re adapted to survive dry conditions. Most people are familiar with cacti, which are a type of succulent. In winter especially, homes offer dry interior air to houseplants, which is why many don’t survive. Succulents, with their water-storing ways, endure dry air without ugly side effects.

Succulents (Photo Credits : Google)

6. Lucky Bamboo plant ( Dracaena sanderiana ):-

Many people keep lucky bamboo in their homes and offices to invite good luck. Never keep it under direct sunlight. Ensure that the water levels are about 1 inch above the roots. It represents happiness, long life and wealth.

Lucky Bamboo plant (Photo Credits : Google)

7. Red-Edge Dracaena Plant ( Dracaena marginata ):-

This easy-care plant is tolerant of most indoor conditions. It has air-cleaning qualities that filter the air of toxins. Placing two or three plants will help clean up the air and add more oxygen in your breathing zone. It is a popular decorator plant that can add a sculptured look to your interior.

Red-Edge Dracaena Plant(Photo Credits : Google)

8. Boston Fern ( Nephrolepis exaltata ):-

Although homes and offices may seem pristine, indoor air may contain volatile organic compounds, which usually have some sort of odour. Boston ferns may help reduce pollutants. They help in reducing the negative energy emitted from electronic devices of the room.

Boston Fern (Photo Credits : Google)

 

” Every breath is a giveaway dance between you and the plants. ”
– Susun Weed

 

CUBS Editorial Team

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