Looking for the best indoor plants? If you want to take your gardening inside, then these are the best plants you can care for.
Best Indoor Plants
As you probably know by now, I love gardening. If I could take my plants inside I would, actually, I already have. Having plants indoors has so many benefits. In case you don’t know some plants are natural air-purifiers so not only do they make your home more green, they also help keep your air fresh. If you want to find out what the best indoor plants are, here are 12 that you can choose from. You can’t go wrong!
Best Indoor Plants For Your Home
1. Garden Mums
If you want a little more color in your home, this is your houseplant. They remove toxins like benzene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde so having this is really beneficial. See how you can care for it here.
2. Snake Plant
If you’re the type of person who lets the rain take care of the watering, you can’t go wrong with this plant. At most, you just need to water this plant twice a month. Learn more about it here.
4. Air Plant
This must be the coolest indoor plant you can have. They don’t really require soil so you can turn them into a decorative wall art. See how to care for them here.
5. Rubber Tree
They can grow well even in low light so you don’t really need to keep them by your window. The worst mistake you can make… over-watering. Learn more about it here.
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6. Bamboo Palm
Such a beautiful plant to have in your home. They grow from 5-7 feet so be sure that you trim them every once in a while so they don’t grow too high. Get more plant care tips here.
If you want a plant that adapts with the conditions inside the home, this is it. They are highly durable and can also survive neglect. Read more about it here.
8. Dracaena Plant
This decorative plant offers more than just beauty. It’s another natural air purifier and it also helps in controlling the humidity inside your home. Learn more about it here.
9. Spider Plant
This plant not only remove harmful chemicals in the air but also contributes to a healthy diet for some who have limited food budget (not that I’m encouraging you to eat it). It’s fairly easy to grow and the biggest problem you may encounter is brown tips. Get gardening tips here.
10. Gerbera Daisy
You may commonly see this plant outdoors but you can sure grow them indoors too. They’ll just need sunlight, and water when the soil feels dry to the touch. Read more about it here.
A fast growing plant that’s best grown in plastic pots since they retain moisture better. They improve indoor air quality and makes any space more inviting. See how you can care for them indoors with these tips.
Want to see how to keep an indoor plant alive? Watch this video tutorial from Howcast on proper care for indoor plants: