A single ingredient that will transform the look and feel of your home? We say ‘Indoor Planting’! It is a perfect choice for brightening a room and cleaning the indoor side.
Houseplants are truly back on trend and that’s for good! A little greenery here and there instantly makes you feel light and fresh. If you feel something’s not right in your home, try adding your favorite indoor plants. We are sure that it will give a sense of positivity around your room.
Here we have jotted down some indoor plants to help you get started.
- Ficus Lyrata
This one plant has taken the interior design world by storm. Everyone just adores it! The large, leathery, glossy leaves make up for their great appearance. They can go up around six and a half feet tall.
For growing it to its best, keep it away from direct harsh sunlight. Keep it steadily moist and never allow it to sit in so much water.
- Senecio Rowleyanus
Also known as string of pearls, this particular plant adds a quirky element to the room. Pot it in sandy, well draining soil. It is best placed in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang freely.
It grows out the best in direct sunlight. The maintenance is so easy! Water twice a month in summers and once a month in winters.
Take note to avoid cold air as it can cause leaf drop. It is somewhat toxic, so its better keep it out of reach of children and pets.
- Devil’s Ivy
If you’re from the lot who can’t keep pace with a frequent watering schedule then this plant is meant for you. Devil’s Ivy can put up even with neglect. For the indoor planting, the usual height of 6 feet is common.
This plant adds a touch of greenery and is best for cleaning indoor air. Keep this plant in low light area and water it once a week.
4. Zamioculcas Zamiifolia
This plant is again a low maintenance plant, ideal for a table centerpiece or to be kept in an office. It requires bright but indirect light and watering once every two weeks.
5. Dracaena Marginata
It is great for adding a contemporary touch to your interiors. Added benefita are compact size, low light requirement and attractive shape. Water it just a month and its more than good!
The beautiful foliage gives a soft edge to your bright interiors. But beware! It’s not for the forgetful gardeners, as it needs to be kept moist all the time!
7. Saint George’s Sword
It is named so because of its long and sharp leaves. Its stiff and is a popular architectural element these days. The plant has low water requirement of only once a month and can withstand almost any lighting condition.
- Schefflera Actinophylla
Also known as Umbrella Plant, it is making a good come back. Again it is high maintenance plant with high water demand. Always keep it moist and avoid direct sunlight.
These plants are among the hottest trend for restaurant and hotel interiors. Keep them in bright light and mist it two times a week.
This pretty looking plant provides a tropical accent to your interiors. Keep the soil moist and provide low light. And you are good to go!