As we go into 2021, the houseplant trend doesn't seem to be slowing. let make our house greener this year. What plants should you be adding to your indoor garden? Check out these five houseplants recommended!
The Calathea Rattlesnake features strappy, spotted leaves with deep purple undersides. The leaf pattern resembles rattlesnake tails, for which it's named. Calathea Rattlesnake is an excellent plant for beginners. This plant tells you what it needs, When its leaves droop, give it filtered water, and watch its leaves soak it all in. Using filtered water for this plant is a must. Calathea Rattlesnake is sensitive to heavily chlorinated water, which will cause the leaves to brown on the edges.
Lady Palm (Rhapis Palm)
People love large floor plants, Large floor plants help create visual interest in a room and make a lovely focal point. The Lady Palm fits that description. They make a splash in small and large spaces, are Insta-ready and are great for Zoom backgrounds.
The Lady Palm is a fan-style palm native to China. The plant is relatively easy to grow indoors as long as you provide it with bright, indirect sunlight. Like many palms, it prefers humidity and moisture and will get brown tips with irregular watering and dry air.
It's hard to imagine that anyone would dislike the ever-popular succulent and even their cousins, the cacti! These plants have invaded every big mainstream retailer and, in part, have managed to fuel the house plant craze. However, many new plant owners are learning the hard way that although these plants can grow in some of the harshest environments on earth, they can be hard to grow indoors. It also became the go-to gift option, but they're slow-growing and not always the easiest to take care of.
Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema)
Aglaonema, also known as Chinese Evergreen, is a highly decorative plant with several interesting varieties. It is one of the most popular houseplants and the color variations—from dark green to silver, and some with hints of red—add to your home's decor. Aglaonemas are slow-growing, attractive, and make excellent foliage plants. They have large, narrow, and glossy oval leaves on short stems. Best of all, it does not like full sun, so it is perfect for indoors, especially if window light is a commodity in your home.
ZZ Plant (Zanzibar Gem)
Looking for a low-maintenance houseplant to spruce up your space without a big commitment? Look no further than the infamous ZZ plant, also known as the zanzibar gem! Characterized by their shiny, oval-shaped deep green leaves, ZZ plants make excellent additions to any home or office.
ZZ plants are notorious for being low-maintenance, easy-to-care-for houseplants that even gardeners with the blackest of thumbs can keep alive. All they need to thrive is adequate light, and a good watering every couple of weeks. However, don’t worry too much about forgetting to water your ZZ plant—ZZ plants grow from rhizomes which help them to store water under the soil, making them a ‘drought-tolerant’ plant.
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