Unravelling the beauty of nature in the home and office…
Given the natural beauty and evergreen attractiveness that indoor gardening beholds, there is no doubting the fact that indoor planting is one of the most exciting projects at home and office. With the love many people have shown for indoor planting, it becomes very pertinent to examine the best typologies of indoor plants for the home and office. As a result, this piece focuses on the best indoor plants with special attention on how to nurture and grow these selected plants.
Having examined a number of indoor plants, we have selected the following five for their usefulness and values:
The Devil’s Ivy is botanically known as “Epipremnum aureum.” It is a climber and it often contains hanging vines cascade from even the smallest of pots. More importantly, it has low maintenance shrubs which are usually useful for adding colour to low-light areas. It should be noted that it can be easily multiplied through water propagation. More often than not, it takes between one to two weeks to germinate.
Fiddle Leaf Fig
The fiddle leaf fig is botanically known as “ficus lyrata”, and it is generally one of the popular and trendiest on the market. Given the ornaments encompass in the fiddle leaf fig, it adds a decorative touch to any space. It incrementally grows up to 3m tall, and that offers a great statement plant in your home or office space. It should be noted that the care period takes place every two weeks, and it requires dusting the leaves or wiping with a damp cloth when dusty due to the size of them.
Peace Lily Plant
The Peace Lily is otherwise known as “spathiphyllum.” According to a study carried out by the NASA organization, the peace lily is regarded as one of the best air purifiers on the market. Interestingly, they are extremely low maintenance. Similarly, their white flowers and deep green foliage offer a superb backdrop for office spaces. Under its nature of care, there is a need to change the water every two weeks.
The Maidenhair has a botanical name known as “fern adiantum.” These fussy ferns are beloved and well taken care of by seasoned gardeners. This is because; it shrivels up or shrinks in just a day without a care. Consequently, it is expected to maintain and keep their soil moist at all times without enabling it to have direct contact to sunlight so as to keep their maidenhair ferns happy. The first and last important care it requires is to keep the soil moist at all times.
Bird of paradise
The bird of paradise is botanically known as “strelitzia.” It is one of the outdoor plants that have made it through the process of transition to the class of indoor plants. It is suitable for home and office, and their thick paddle-like leaves make for a great statement plant in your home, next to your home and office furniture. More importantly, it grows well in tropical conditions so there is need to keep them in a warm and sunny spot. It requires water every 3-4 weeks.
We believe that you will not only enjoy the natural benefits inherent in these plants, but you will also be fascinated by their ambience and easy-to-maintain peculiarities. Ensure you set yourself up for success with a great-looking indoor planter, so that you can enjoy the sight of it no matter the life cycle of your plant.