Many plants are strategically placed around the house for decoration. However, some of these plants have health advantages as well. Read on to learn more about houseplants that can give your house a vibrant display.
The Snake Plant
This plant is one of those plants that is known for its attractive appearance as well as its ability to improve air quality. This plant is special in that it is one of the few that can transform carbon dioxide into oxygen during the night. This makes it an excellent choice for bedroom décor, as it can aid in the regulation of healthy airflow.
It grows well in a whole range of lighting conditions. The air should be dry, allow the soil to dry between waterings and try to avoid getting the leaves wet when watering.
One of the easiest plants to grow indoors and are beautiful too! With enough light, peace lilies produce white flowers starting in the early summer, blooming throughout the year.
Peace lilies need consistently moist soil, but they don’t like to sit in standing water. Watering them once a week and spritzing the leaves with water throughout summer will keep them hydrated. Keep the plant in a bright, well-lit spot, away from direct afternoon sunshine. An east-facing window is great since it will receive the beautiful morning sun while avoiding the harsh midday rays.
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Aspidistra Cast Iron Plant
A resilient plant that flourishes in low light and does not need to be watered on a daily basis. It can be placed in any room and allows those who are not great a caring for plants an opportunity to add green to their home without having to worry about it dying.
It only requires watering when the soil is dry, maybe once a week or when the top of the soil is extremely dry. If fungi caused brown patches appear on the leaves, remove them promptly and treat with a broad-spectrum remedy.
The Ficus Elastica (The Rubber Plant)
If you are searching for a tree-like indoor plant that will grow pretty tall, this is a great option. Its lovely. Lustrous leaves will provide your home with a tropical appeal. The rubber plant should be kept moist at all times but not submerged in water. When the top layer of soil becomes slightly dry, water once in summer and once every two weeks in winter.
Ficus elastica enjoys strong light with no direct sunlight on its leaves. Place it near a sunless window or 2m away from a sunny window.