Spring is here, at least meteorologically, exactly started on March 20 at 17.15 and will last 82 days and 18 days, but has it reached your home? Filling your house with plants and flowers is always a good idea in which you will get a natural style to your home. Decorating your home with plants is also committing to taking care of them and giving them everything they need to ensure good growth. When choosing plants you should think where you are going to place them, if the room has natural light and what care it needs. And with the answer to this question, it’s time to choose. We present the 10 best indoor plants to decorate your home in spring.
Colloquially it is known as the Rib of Adam. It is a leafy plant native to the rainforests of America. Its most characteristic feature are its large and bright leaves and it can grow up to 20 meters high. Being a tropical plant it appreciates the humidity, especially in the leaves that should be sprinkled with a sprinkler. It does not like direct sun.
Viper’s bowstring hemp
It is also called Sansevieira. It is a perfect indoor plant to decorate because it is very resistant, does not require much watering and adapts to any type of environment. Its name, Viper’s bowstring hemp, is for the original shape of its leaves, as if spades were born from earth. It fits perfectly in modern and minimalist spaces.
It is a versatile, beautiful plant and does not need care. There are hundreds of varieties, some of them can reach up to 10 meters and stand out for their very large oval dark green leaves. It is a plant with a lot of presence that gives it an elegant touch. If your house has large spaces and high ceilings, this is a good choice.
Lounge palm tree
Its scientific name is Chamaedorea elegans. It is one of the most popular plants for both interior decoration and for patios or garden corners. It can reach two meters tall in a pot, doesn’t need much direct light but needs humidity so you can place it in the bathroom and also in the bedroom, the Salon Palm tree cleans practically all the toxic air so it will help you breathe better.
Perfect for risky decoration, especially in minimalist spaces or bohemian environments. One of its advantages is that, like the rest of cactus, it doesn’t require much care, they appreciate a warm and sunny place in the summer.
It is the perfect plant to have at home. It comes from the family of Bromeliaceae that have existed for more than 65 million years. One of its main features is its colorful flower that will brighten any corner of the house and has a wide capacity to adapt to almost any environment so it hardly requires care, a humid environment and a weekly watering will be more than enough.
It is one of the most common plants for interior decoration. If we used to say that Bromelia is more than 65 million years old, ferns appeared 400 million years ago. They are perfect to both pots and hanging plants, they need a lot of moisture and water but don’t require much light so the bathroom could be a perfect environment to place it.
The beautiful design of the leaves of this plant makes it very attractive. The Calathea comes from Brazil, are tropical plants that grow in environments with humidity and semi-shaded places so they are perfect to have indoors, in a corner where you get good light but not direct. It is also important to keep the soil moist and spray the leaves frequently.
It is well known for its cosmetic properties. In addition, NASA has included it in the list of best plants to purify the air. In decoration also has much to contribute and is very easy to take care of, loves the sun and does not need much water (only once a week).
It is the perfect plant for both exterior and interior. They don’t need much light so it is not necessary to place it near a window, it is important that they have enough humidity and that there are no drafts. They have many advantages, it is perfect both for urban and rural environments, needs little water, helps purify the air and is very appreciated by feng shui for its ability to transform energy.