Indoor plants – they are not only beautiful, but also useful! After all, they don’t only purify the air and saturate it with oxygen, but also can cheer us up!
Aloe – one of the most common and easy to grow indoor plants that can be found on our windowsills and tables. And all because this plant is easy to look after: it is quite tough and does not need constant watering. Aloe likes light, but in dark rooms, can also survive. It’s enough to fertilize it once a month in the spring and summer. Humidity also does not play an important role for aloe, however, it is sometimes recommended to give it a warm shower to clean its leaves.
Lavender is not only famous for its bright beauty and aroma, it also has many medicinal properties. In addition, this plant is fairly easy to grow at home on a window sill! The main thing to take into account is some of its features. It’s necessary to take into account that Lavender loves the sun. Watering this flower is necessary with room temperature water every day. You also need to constantly ensure that the soil in the pot is wet.
Sansevieria aka Snake Plant
Sansevieria or Mother-in-law’s tongue can be seen quite often in modern apartments. But it is not strange because this plant fits well in any interior. It doesn’t suffer from dry air. Sansevieria also doesn’t need to be watered often, because it always keeps a constant supply of moisture in its tight leathery leaves. And it only needs to be transplanted once in a few years.
Chlorophytum aka Spider Plant
Chlorophytum – is one of the most popular houseplants. It is ideal for beginner gardeners because it’s not afraid of drought, excess moisture, heat and cold drafts. It’s not picky with light conditions either. An optimal location will be the east, west or south window. Watering the Chlorophytum depends on the season: spring and autumn it will need plenty of moisture, but the amount of water needed in the winter is reduced.
Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)
This perennial is a real favorite among florists. In fact, it is mostly because spathiphyllum is not picky about the lighting, it also does not require frequent transplants and can tolerate a lack of moisture. The only thing you need to take care of it – is the correct location. It is best to place it away from drafts.
There are many easy to grow indoor plants out there, which ones do you currently own or want to buy? Let us know in the comments section.
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