Each of us has made our best childhood memories at our Grandma’s backyard, and so time we wish we could get some part of her backyard. In current times having a private lawn is a luxury, it sounds nearly impossible to own a big property, like your Grandparents did back then, but we can surely have a bonsai version of it in your house. Here is a list of Indoor plants that you can grow in your house, without much difficulty.1. Weeping Fig: It is a very popular houseplant in temperate areas, due to its elegant growth and tolerance of poor growing conditions; it does best in bright, sunny conditions, but also tolerates considerable shade. The NASA Clean Air Study determined that this plant was effective at removing common household air toxins formaldehyde and xylene.
Ficus plants can be of particular concern to latex allergy sufferers due to the latex in the plants, and should not be kept in the environment of latex allergy sufferers.2. Snake Plants: It is most commonly known as the snake plant, Saint George’s sword, mother-in-law’s tongue, and viper’s bowstring hemp. It is popular as a houseplant because it is tolerant of low light levels and irregular watering; during winter it needs only one watering every couple of months.
It will rot easily if overwatered. It is commonly recommended to beginners interested in cultivating houseplants for its easy care. The plant contains saponins which are mildly toxic to dogs and cats and can lead to gastrointestinal upset if consumed.
3. Azalea: These are flowering shrubs, bloom in the spring, their flowers often lasting several weeks. Shade tolerant, they prefer living near or under trees.
4. Indian Basil: Ocimum tenuiflorum commonly known as holy basil or tulsi, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae. Tulsi has been used in Ayurveda, for centuries, the dried leaves have been mixed with stored grains to repel insect and helps in purifying the air. It can be planted in a simple pot. It requires regular sunlight and watering so the best place to keep this plant would be near a window.
5. Aloe Vera: It is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe, and used for decorative purposes and grows successfully indoors as a potted plant. Known extensively for its various uses, the plant is also fondly called “the miracle plant”. Aloe gel typically is used to make topical medications for skin conditions, such as burns, wounds, frostbite, rashes, psoriasis, cold sores, or dry skin. This ornamental plant needs to be kept near a sunny window where it can get enough light.
If you’re among the one who think, you can never plant a plant, then try buying a fake plant. As in recent months fake plants are a new essential element of modern interior designs, also it’s easy to maintain. Plus it’s reasonable, flexible and doesn’t ask for extra care. Fake plants are environmentally friendly as they are made of recycled materials and can be modified as per your preference.
Your plants don’t ask for more than some love and care, so make sure you remove weeds, pests and dead leaves regularly. And always remember what, Jorge Luis Borges ones said
“So plant your own gardens and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers.”
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