Indoor plants

Apartment plants names

Plants Apartment Names

Let’s start right away with a list of the most common and ornamental houseplants. The Photos is well known, an evergreen plant with heart-shaped leaves ideal for being positioned high up, so as to make it hang down. Spathifyllum, characterized by large dark green leaves and white flowers. Anthurium, very famous thanks to the heart-shaped leaves and the red, orange, green, white, pink or purple inflorescences called spate. Dieffenbachia, an evergreen plant with a bushy shape and green leaves streaked with white. The Zamioculcas, or Padre Pio plant, succulent and very easy to grow. The Pachira, an evergreen tropical plant, characterized by many stems usually intertwined with each other and by very particular leaves. The Magnificent Medinilla,

Apartment plants: general care


By following a few rules we will be able to grow our indoor plants well. The first precaution is the right placement of the plant, taking into account a good lighting that is not direct sun so as not to risk burning the leaves; also pay attention to drafts and sudden changes in temperature. Avoid moving as the leaves should change position in search of the light source. Use lukewarm water for watering, letting it decant for a few hours, in order to deprive it of chlorine; it is very important to pay attention not to let the water stagnate in the saucer, to avoid root rot or possible diseases. Repotting is useful when the plant really needs it, using slightly larger pots (2-3 cm more) and soil suitable for the type of plant; it is usually repotted in the spring. Fertilization is optional but very useful, using specific fertilizers. The cleaning of the leaves with a damp cloth is very appreciated, which helps the plant to stay clean by facilitating the photosynthesis process.

Carnivorous Apartment Plant Names


For enthusiasts or for those looking for something new and certainly particular, we have carnivorous plants. Certainly very charming and ornamental, they intrigue everyone but they are not very present in our apartments. Furthermore, they perform a very pleasing function to us as much as to them, that is to eat insects; here is the answer to the question of many, carnivorous plants “work” and actually feed on insects. Here is a short list of the most particular. Let’s start with the Dionea, the one that surely makes us think more of a carnivorous plant, being provided with leaves that at the end have “toothed mouths” that are used to attract and eat the prey. The Sarracenia is very ornamental, thanks to the tubular leaves that are used to attract prey and digest it.

Apartment Plants Names: Names Apartment Plants Bonsai


Finally, for lovers of plants and the oriental genus, there are the Bonsai. These miniature plants embody a very special harmony. The art of creating Bonsai was perfected in Japan but is native to China. Bonsai plants, unlike common beliefs, do not suffer from the narrow pot at all but need much more care and maintenance than “ordinary” plants. Also, they can be shaped as you like following a style, for example: upright style, sloped style, windswept style, waterfall style, roots on rock style. It should be emphasized that many of the styles listed require knowledge and a lot of patience to be reproduced. Among the best known apartment Bonsai we have: the Ficus (Ginseng or Benjamin), the Crassula, the Cycas, the

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