Best indoor plants for your home!
Have you wanted to try your hand at plants and have no idea where to start? Even though it’s winter right now, you can still get started with indoor plants! Indoor plants have a ton of benefits including purifying your air for better quality. Some of the best plants for air purification are snake plants, spider plants, peace lilies, rubber plants, and areca palm. Below we have listed out 3 of the best indoor plants and how to care for them.
Are you ready to start your indoor plant journey?
ZZ plants are one of the easiest plants to care for so it is a great one to start with if you do not have a lot of experience caring for plants. Sometimes they even seem to thrive on neglect. It is also one of the plants proven to purify indoor air, which makes this plant ideal for bedrooms and offices. They can survive on little to no light but they do thrive in direct sunlight. ZZ plants also require little water and generally need to be watered once every two weeks. The more sunlight they have, the more water they will need. If you stick your finger in the soil and it is dry, it is time to water it.
There are over a dozen pothos plants out there but the golden pothos is the most common. They are a great beginner plant because they are so easy to care for. It is a trailing plant so it is perfect for hanging baskets. The pothos is a tropical plant that likes a lot of indirect sunlight but it can survive in low light. This plant also only requires being water about once a week or whenever the soil is dry.
This plant is extremely versatile and easy to care for. They are also one of the plants that are proven to purify indoor air. These plants can survive indoors or outdoors. They can also survive with a lot of sun, little sun, or no sun. They also only need to be watered about once a month, so if you forget to water it for a while it is okay!
I hope this article helped persuade you to start your indoor plant journey. One of my clients, who loves plants, shared this information with me to pass along! You can also check out our article about the best summer plants here. If you or anyone you know are looking for help buying or selling your home this season, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.