Indoor plants

Indoor plants

Flowering houseplants

Flowering houseplants are a valuable alternative for adding a touch of color to the indoor environment. One or more flowering plants, creatively arranged in a beautiful vase or basket and placed on the living room table or on the entrance console allow you to give light and harmony to the entire space and make it more welcoming. The important thing is to choose flowering houseplantsthat are best suited to the environmental conditions present in the home. Orchids, with their particular flowers, of tropical origin, are perfect for well-lit and warm environments, but they require some attention to always have them beautiful and vigorous, such as keeping them moist with frequent watering and vaporization of the leaves. The spatafillo is another plant that with its long green leaves and white sword-shaped inflorescences is perfect to enhance any corner of the house.

Ficus houseplants

Among the indoor plants, ficus is certainly the one that is best suited to living indoors, but it requires some precautions. Belonging to the Moraceae family and native to Asia and some areas of India, there are several varieties: Benjamina, Robusta, Exotica, Nuda, Golden King and others. The Benjamina ficus is perfect for purifying the air, as it releases oxygen and absorbs toxic gases. It is characterized by being a tree, formed by oblong leaves and which loves dry environments. It must be potted in spring, in acidic and well-drained soil and watered regularly, in summer it is also good to vaporize the leaves. Ficus Robusta, already appreciated in Victorian times, is also considered an excellent ornamental variety, it has very large dark green and glossy leaves and can reach two meters in height. It requires light, but not the direct one of the sun and mild temperatures, it requires a humid soil, frequent irrigations in summer and more sparse in winter and fertilizations every ten days.

Houseplants photos and names

Those who want to take up the hobby of growing and caring for plants and flowers should take some time to read a good book, find information online and ask a florist for advice. For indoor plants, photos and names can be searched through specific sites dedicated to the topic or specialized magazines. If you have been given an Anthurium plant as a gift, by entering some peculiarities in a search engine such as the particular red flower and yellow spadix, which characterizes it, it is possible to identify one of the five hundred species to which this flower belongs and in this way learn what are the optimal conditions for it to live and vegetate at home. Leverage blogs,

Dracaena houseplants

Among the houseplants, the dracena is certainly the most widespread. It is an evergreen shrub-like plant, of African origin, belonging to the Liliacaee family, of which there are at least 40 species. It has erect and branched stems and leaves, linear or lanceolate, arranged in groups at the apex of the stems, which are often variegated or have shades between green and yellow. It requires to be lived in an organic soil enriched with sand, to be placed in a bright place, but not in the sun and it must be watered regularly and fertilized with liquid fertilizer once a month. It is a houseplant that does not require pruning, just remove the dry leaves and it adapts to being in very dry environments. It lends itself to being placed in front of a window, or on the stairs,

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