How to Decorate a Space with Houseplants
Houseplants can be a great way to spruce up your home without breaking the bank. They're not just pretty - they help clean air around you and make spaces feel more relaxing! If gardening isn't really something that interests or scares you, there are plenty of houseplant options available too; from cacti & succulents (which need very little care) all way down through indoor plants such as peace lilies which require almost no maintenance at all
The addition greenery in any room will improve its entire vibe: adding these beautiful ornamental blossoms makes even an ordinary living space look elegant
The benefits of having indoor plants
Indoor plants have a natural way of removing certain pollutants from the air in your home. The purification ability changes depending on plant type and size, so it’s best to do some research before you buy! Investing larger amounts towards medium or large plants throughout will encourage significant differences within our atmosphere quality at any time.
House plants are natural oxygen producers that tackle the harmful chemicals brought on by synthetic materials in your home. The size, type and level of light you provide will impact how well it produces air freshness for a space. Popular house plant choices include Areca Palm (produces about 25 pounds per year!), Chinese Evergreens(about 15 lbs), Money Plant which releases 10+ lbs annually depending upon its care requirements...and even Gerber Daisies with their little sprouty heads!
Indoor plants are a great way to keep your home feeling fresh and damp. The most popular indoor humidifiers include dracaena, philodendron (or monstera), peace lily or bamboo palm!
House plants can improve your mood and relieve stress. A sense of accomplishment is gained as one cares for a plant, which not only has the potential benefit on improving relationships but also elevates self-confidence in yourself!
5 types of indoor plants that are easy to care for
1. Air plants
The common misconception is that air plants only require soil to survive when, in reality they got their name because of the ability for them thrive without it. They actually do just fine with less than optimal conditions like being stuck indoors all year round and direct sunlight as long as you mist or submerge your plant weekly! The best place near a window would be perfect since this helps brighten up any room whilst also ensuring ample natural light enters through these windows every day
First-time plant owners will love the difficulty of cacti. These plants are nearly impossible to kill and require very little attention, making them perfect for those who want a low maintenance indoor garden!
Succulents are one of the most popular options for beginners because they come in a variety of colors and shapes. Suitable lighting needs, watering habits--both when you need it most (dried out soil) as well as less often than weekly - make them an excellent plant choice!
4. Spider Plant
They're super easy to take care of, look great on a shelf or in your home's hanging basket. Need more light? Put them near an east-facing window where they'll get partial sun all day long! Water when water seems low - just make sure not too much expires down the drain because that could cause rot infections which would kill these hardy plants quickly if left unchecked.
5. Peace lily
Peace lilies are often a floor plant because they can grow up to four feet tall. Their roots don't require much light and will do well in any room with indirect, filtered sun or shade from bright lights that aren’t directly hitting the crown of your plants' stems (known as photoperiodism). Peace lily care is simple: keep them away from drafts which could cause leaf damage by trapping moisture near windowsills; give enough water once every week so it's not stagnant around shoes but doesn't get pooling on top like last year's potting soil!
Bamboo Flower Pot Stands-Comfify
Add some personality to your plants with a bamboo flower pot
The bamboo flower pot is an excellent way to add some personality and flair. Not only does it make for a great photo opportunity, but you can also use them as holders or planters!