It used to be that owning plants and living in an apartment were mutually exclusive. However, now, these two activities are actually quite compatible. While it’s not possible to grow tropical plants indoors, many species can survive in less-than-tropical environments. According to plant stylist Hilton Carter, author of Wild Interiors, the best indoor plants for a small apartment are African violets, aloe vera, ferns, ficus and spider plants.
The majesty palm is a stunning indoor plant that has long, feathery leaves. The plant is often used as a room divider, because it has long, feathery fronds that can be used to separate rooms. This plant needs bright indirect light and consistently moist soil. They prefer a humid atmosphere, so they require weekly watering. You can mist the foliage with water once a week. They also require only a small amount of water, so they are perfect for apartments and offices.
The benefits of indoor plants go far beyond decor. They can improve your mental, physical, and emotional state. They boost your mood and increase your productivity, lower stress levels, and improve concentration and mood. And they’re cheaper than a therapist! And besides making your home look better, indoor plants can help you prove that you’re a true homeowner! And while they’re great decor, they can also improve your health and your mood. They also reduce stress, improve concentration, and relieve fatigue.
When purchasing indoor plants, remember that they come in a wide range of shapes and sizes, and they can add aesthetic value to your home. Indoor plants can also be interesting design pieces that add a natural, fresh air to any room. In addition, they are relatively inexpensive when compared to other types of furniture and décor. A few plants are even low maintenance, which makes them a perfect choice for people with low budgets. Aside from being attractive, indoor plants can also be a great way to decorate your home.