Decorating your place with an indoor garden became one of the most popular trends in the past few years. Plants and flower pots offer freshness, renew the air and create a pleasant atmosphere. However, if you feel that your apartment or home is small and that there isn’t much space to create small indoor gardens and bring your plants Cyprus24 has some ideas that may be useful to you.
“Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful”.
-Hazrat Inayat Khan.
Having open shelves into your kitchen often create a positive feeling and at the same timer welcome plants and herb pots are ideal for any kitchen.
Must have: English Ivy, Aloe vera, White jasmine, Spider plant, Chinese evergreens.
Plants at the entrance of your house are very welcoming especially if you have guests coming. Place your plants either on the floor or on shelves and furniture.
Must have: Calathea Zebrina, Dracaena- Song of India, Golden Juniper and Areca Palm.
Having plants into your bedroom improve the quality of your sleep and they help you get a good night’s rest. Fresh clean oxygen reduces anxiety and stress levels.
Must have: Valerian, Peace Lily, Bamboo palm, Golden pothos (exceptional air purifying plant according to NASA).
*Tip:You can hang your favorite plants into your ornamental pots if there’s an available wall in your bedroom.
Take advantage of the empty corners in your living room and place tall plants or pots in height order. Make sure you rotate your plants every few weeks so that the side of the plant facing the wall is getting its fair amount of sun needed.
Must have: Pothos or devil’s ivy – A plant with colorful and vibrant leaves. Dracaena – Popular plant with long green leaves. Peace Lily- thrives best when the soil is moist but try not to overwater it.
Gardening tip: Insert a finger 1cm into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant.
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