Easiest Indoor Plants For Your Home
Today’s interior design trends are all about bringing the outside in. People are integrating nature-inspired elements into their rooms for a modern look that is lush and comforting. One of the most effective ways to achieve a natural vibe in your interiors is to add plants. Not only will plants give your rooms the ultimate trendy look, but they will also brighten up your spaces and improve air quality. The problem is, not all of us are gifted with a green thumb. If you aren’t good with plants, no worries. There are plenty that are easy to care for. Many don’t need special treatment and they will still grow hearty and strong.
If you are thinking of adding plants to your rooms but are worried you may not be able to provide them with the best care, here are a few that will thrive in most conditions:
Pothos is a vine like plant that has earned the nickname of “devil’s ivy” for its ability to thrive in almost any conditions. It doesn’t need a lot of light and holds up well to over and under-watering.
If you tend to over-water, this plant is for you. It can withstand high levels of H2O and its attractive green leaves have hints of pink, white and red making it an unusual addition to your interiors.
Jade has round leaves that are great for retaining water so it does not have to be watered often. In fact, the plant has been known to survive months without any care at all. For best results, put your Jade Plant near a window and water it when the soil feels dry.
This plant has a fluffy look and, funny enough, it is not a fern at all. It doesn’t need much light. Just water it regularly to keep it in good health.
Chinese Money Plant
Also known as pilea peperomioides, this plant grows best in the shade and requires weekly watering. You can replant the offshoots to produce more plants that can be used to decorate your home or given as gifts.
Yuccas have one main requirement-sunlight. Just put this plant in front of a window and it will grow long and healthy. Make sure to plant it in a pot sturdy enough to balance its top-heavy formation. Water sparingly.
The air plant is so easy to care for, it does not even need soil. Just dunk it in water for about two to three hours every ten days or so and look forward to seeing this wonderfully odd-looking plant flourish.
Now that you know which plants are easy to care for, which will you be adding to your interior spaces?