Incorporating plants into the theme of your room is an easy and rewarding task. The results of your efforts when decorating with indoor plants are an immediate change to the atmosphere of the room. Large or small, leafy or flower, indoor plants add warmth and beauty and to your room. They create a welcoming, warm and relaxed atmosphere hence a homey feeling that helps make guests feel more at ease.
You just can’t grow every plant in your home. There are some plants which are a good option for the indoor plants. These are green plants which are meant for the purpose to ornate the house. They are easy to take care of, and they do not require long hours for their keeping. They look beautiful when they are kept in the home. These plants do not require sunlight for their growth. You need to water them and cut them from time to time for their beautification. Indoor plants do not demand high maintenance. So, what are the best indoor plants? These are some of the best indoor plants.
This easy-care plant does well in low light and is perfect for the dark corners. It grows a bloom-like white leaf that shoots straight up. It grows to about 4ft wide and tall. The only tricky part of this indoor plant is that it does like lots of water and should be watered daily during summer. It can be placed in a dark room or away from direct sunlight. The white bloom-like leaf is very colorful and starts from the middle of the plant. It fertilizes at least 4-6 times annually.
Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
Pothos is very easy care plant. They do great indoors. They are well-known for being used on hanging baskets and can tolerate indirect but bright sunlight. The more the light and the frequent the watering the faster it grows. They are also tolerant to a low light intensity which makes them perfect for dark areas. You allow them time to dry out before watering again. They do well in well-drained soil. They can be fertilized at least three times annually. Two other varieties have more foliage color. The marbled queen has quite a bit of light yellow and white on its leaves. The Golden variety is mostly green with some golden streaks through its leaves.
Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)
This plant does well under low sunlight intensity. Its leaves are smooth kind-of-like rubber. Besides, it is an easy care, and attractive indoor plant. It does like regular watering almost daily during the hot summer season. Beautiful indoor houseplant and should be trimmed once it reaches 6ft in height. This type of plant can grow very large, but you can dwarf its size by keeping it in a smaller vase. This indoor plant is an excellent choice in office settings.
Mother in Laws’ tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata)
It is also known as snake plant. It’s commonly used as an indoor plant in the Southwest. It’s easy to grow and rarely needs any attention at all. It makes a perfect office setting plant just leave in pot and almost forget about it. It can take a lot of abuse. However, it does not like freezing temperatures. It tolerates poor soils and only needs water about once per month. It does have very sharp fronds and can easily poke through a person’s skin.
Indoor Cactus Plants
There are thousands of indoor cactus variety plants. Most require very little care they only need to be watered about 1-2 times per month. These plants do not like to be fertilized at all, but they are susceptible to insects and diseases. Some of these indoor cactus plants can be planted outdoors if temperatures in your area never dip down below 30 degrees Fahrenheit.