Plants are a real pleasure in our interiors. Often depolluting and refreshing, indoor green plants embody nature in our daily lives.
You have to think about installing the plants in a room that best meets their needs. The bathroom, for example, is a humid and perfect place for orchids. The Dracaena are very fond of drafts, why not install them in your lobby?
Indoor Green Plants: Pentamerous Corynocarpus Laevigatus
Light is essential if you want your plants to be healthy! There is no plant that can thrive in a dark place, devoid of light and air. Depending on the orientation of your apartment or house, your windows may be exposed to subdued, bright, indirect or full light. Find out which plants will best match the conditions in your home. The little light may be suitable for some green plants, while flowering plants feed primarily on light.
Pretty green house plants: Alocasia
The location of the plants is based on the orientation of the windows. If your windows are facing north, the light is dimmed. It will be perfect for Scindapsus, Dracaena, Asparagus, Pothos, Corynocarpus and others. These plants must be at least 2m near the window.
Indoor green plants: Scindapsus
If your apartment is oriented to the east, then you should benefit from the soft rays of the sun in the morning. The temperature should not be very high. The air is certainly cool towards the end of the afternoon. These climatic conditions are perfect for many plants tropical . This subdued light will please the Alocasia, Kentia and Philodendron.
Indoor green plants: alocasia likes subdued light
A west-facing apartment is usually very bright without receiving direct sunlight. This light will appeal to green plants and some flowering plants: Schefflera, Cycas, Spathyphillum and others.
The Schefflera plant is perfect for west-facing apartments
A south-facing apartment receives a lot of light from the windows. Too much sun is not very healthy for plants. In summer it can become very hot. If you live in the southern region of France and you have a very sunny apartment, it will be necessary to protect your plants with an opaque veil. All plants will feel good in a south-facing room if you respect them well. terms location: sufficient distance from the window, maintaining a pleasant temperature in the room.
The kentia is native to Oceania. It is a palm tree that belongs to the family of arecaceae . This plant has a nice decorative effect. Its long, thin leaves are of intense green. She is elegant. The kentia is a plant decontaminating e.
Indoor green plant palm tree Kentia
Medinilla is native to the tropical forests of the Philippines. Its flower stalks appear at the top of the twigs in late spring. In general, this plant blooms from April to August. The flower buds are of a sweet and tender pink. This shrub can live for many years.
Indoor tropical plant: Medinilla
The philodendron, also like the kentia, is a plant belonging to the family of arecaceae . She is very pretty, but beware of children and animals, she can be toxic. Most species come from Central America. In general, it has flowers, but rarely flowers in an apartment. In reality, its flowers are not very beautiful. They can only appear on very old plants.
Indoor plant: Philodendron
Original houseplant idea: The asparagus will please well in an orientation apartment in the North
Do you like asparagus?
Dracaena Sanderiana is a species of Dracaena native to Cameroon. It is often considered a plant that brings luck, peace and happiness. It is adaptive and undemanding. It should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
Dracaena Sanderiana: plant native to Cameroon
Corynocarpus is a plant native to New Zealand. It produces small flowers and orange fruits. In nature, it can reach more than ten meters. Installed inside, it reaches only 2-3 m. Pay attention because it is very toxic by ingestion.
Invite nature into your home
Which plant to choose? The most beautiful !
The alocasia is a very pretty plant
Plants purify the air
And decorate the interior beautifully!