Indoor plants are now a trend especially during the lockdown as people are finding new ways to keep themselves entertained while being stuck at home. There are various benefits of having indoor plants in your home such as brightening the environment, adding style to the home and cleaning our air. Indoor plants do not require a lot of care in order to survive but they need the right amount of light, moisture and humidity. They can be placed in various places like the window sill, living room and bedrooms. Indoor plants are also affordable as well as being low maintenance.
Indoor plants beautify the house while adding life and colour to our environment. Plant pots can also create an aesthetic and cosy vibe in a home. It is also important that when choosing a plant to make sure it has a good root system. Good indoor plants are not as high maintenance as other plants as they can tolerate pests, lower light and humidity. Indoor plants are quite affordable and are well known to reduce stress and noise levels in an environment. The types of indoors plants that we have are the unkillable, pet friendly and shade lovers.
Various plants have different functions in the home such as the Boston fern, spider plant and cactus which are commonly known to reduce humidity and improve general wellbeing. The spider plant and Boston fern are also used to purify the air and are some of the easiest plants to keep alive.
Indoor plants use less fertiliser than outdoor plants and when caring for them there is a golden rule as improper care can lead to withering plants.
How to take care of indoor plants
- It is important to make sure the soil on the plant is moist and has drainage holes.
- Position your plant where it can receive sunlight
- Do research on the type of plant you have so that you know how to care for it properly.