8 Indoor plants to add greenery to your indoors

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Are you fed up with a lifeless interior? Maybe your room is a blank canvas in need of a splash of color. The best indoor plants can provide just the perfect amount of intrigue—they’re free-form and organic while also being clean and sculptural; they delight with their unpredictability while being reassuring with their constant presence. And, happily, they have a considerably longer lifespan than cut flowers. However, there are a few things to consider when incorporating plants into a room’s decor that are available online too. You can order indoor plants online for your home while sitting indoors.

Here’s a rundown of some fantastic findings and their requirements, but first, what if you want to include more than one plant in your design scheme? Plants should be arranged according to their natural growth sequence. “A fern should never be placed next to a cactus. Remember! Furthermore, plants that grow together will have comparable demands, making the caretaker’s job easier. “It all depends on how many you want to take care of,” adds when asked how many to include.

1. Chinese money plant

With its round coin-like leaves and upright stems, Pilea peperomioides, also known as the Chinese money plant, has such a distinctive shape that it looks great in short posts like the one displayed. With a weekly watering (depending on the temperature in your home), these hardy plants grow swiftly and thrive in bright spaces but don’t require direct sunshine.

2. Silver Dollar Plant

Succulents like the Xerosicyos danguyi are great for drought-tolerant plants, but you’ll need a container with good drainage, like these ceramic and bamboo planters. Because Xerosicyos is a climbing succulent, make sure to provide some headroom wherever you display them! The optimum location receives direct sunshine.

3. Jade Plant

Because of its unusual bush-like form, jade plants (Crassula ovata) are an extremely interesting succulent to trim as a bonsai. You might even see pink flower blossoms if the weather is favorable! Green plants also make a wonderful gift for dear ones; so buy plants online and send them to your recipient’s address in no time. With too much sunlight, these plants may turn red or yellowish, but they require relatively little water in the summer and even less in the winter.

4. Oxalis

The false shamrock, Oxalis triangularis, is a houseplant native to Brazil that is recognized for its vivid and vibrant hue, which ranges from violet to scarlet. The supplied link is only for the bulbs, but they should sprout in about a week and bloom into lavender flowers in about ten weeks. In a light-coloured pot, these look fantastic. Oxalis require several hours of direct sunshine per day, therefore they’re ideal for a sunny garden site! This plant, like many others, isn’t healthy for pets to munch on, so use caution when deciding where to display it.

5. ZZ Plant

Zamioculcas zamiifolia is a tall, robust plant that makes a bold statement in any room. They’re simple to look after, requiring only bright indirect light and a modest amount of plant food.

6. String Of Pearls

 What a unique houseplant! As its delicate tendrils of round beads overflow its planter, guests are sure to exclaim on the grace of your exquisite Senecio rowleyanus. These are ideal for hanging or draping over a pedestal, ideally out of direct sunlight. For the best results, plant in loose cactus soil and prevent overwatering.

7. Tillandsia

Succulents in the Tillandsia family are among the easiest to care for, as they will get all of their water from the humidity in the air, with only an occasional sprinkling. Another advantage is the lack of a root system, which makes it simple to create unique arrangements like the sea urchin shell planters shown above. Tillandsia Oaxaca is one of the most common and easy-to-care-for Tillandsia species.

8. Donkey Tail Plant

 Sedum morganianum is a gorgeous, attractive flowering succulent that looks great in unusual planters like the ones seen here. These plants prefer bright direct light but not extreme heat, and they require regular watering in hot weather, but too much irrigation during the dormant winter stage might be harmful. 

These lovely plants demand elegant containers to compliment them – if you’re stuck for ideas, check out our vast selection of unique pots and planters available to buy right now. Check out these indoor plant stands and watering cans to help you properly care for your plants.

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