2. Snake Plant – Sansevieria Trifasciata
This hardy plant is also called Mother-in-law’s Tongue, and its elegant shape looks fabulous in any interior decor, including an apartment. Snake plants can tolerate almost anything, including weeks of neglect, without losing their shape and the tall and slender leaves. If you’re a novice developing a green thumb, Snake plants are the perfect starter plant for you since they thrive in low light environments. These and many other indoor plants have added health benefits in that they are air purifiers that help to remove toxins such as benzene and formaldehyde.
3. Pothos – Epipremnum Aureum
Hang a basket of Pothos or Devil's Ivy high up in your apartment, and this climber will add accents and wend its way down in lovely, crisp green trails that you can train or prune as you wish. This fresh, green plant helps to purify the air by absorbing the harmful toxins such as formaldehyde found in floor rugs and carpets. Devil’s Ivy services in various light conditions, however, in low light the leaves can lose their variegation.
4. The Peace Lily – Spathiphyllum Wallisii
The Peace Lily has been an indoor favourite for decades, and it’s no wonder since it is a lovely plant has long, dark green leaves and a delicate and elegant white flower. Peace Lilies are perfect for areas in your apartment where there isn’t much sunlight - be aware that direct sunshine will damage the leaves, which is why they are also called Closet Pants. You don’t have to water it much but if the leaves are falling off, then you know it needs more water or water more often.
5. Ficus Trees – Ficus Elastica Burgundy
This beauty is a spectacular indoor pot plant also known as a Rubber Plant and can be grown inside, or outdoors as a canopy tree (grows very big out of the pot). The glossy, thick leathery leaves range in colour from burgundy, to red and nearly black. This Ficus can be grown in fairly low light levels inside, though it likes a big window for some direct sun, or bright light. If grown indoors you can cut the tops off for a bushy look. This plant needs lots of space. The Ficus Burgundy is a beautiful pot plant and is perfect for an apartment.
For cleaning your indoor plants, just dust the leaves with a microfiber cloth and wipe them with a clean, soft, damp cloth. Other maintenance tips include trimming dead leaves or flowers.
Whether you decide on an indoor plant as an addition to your first apartment, as a gift, or for your own home or office, Garner Plant Delivery Melbourne’s custom packaging and delivery ensures your chosen plants will arrive at their destination looking immaculate. You can also find stock shears and mister sprays for maintaining your precious plants which all come housed in a pot of your choosing. For a fresh, clean atmosphere in your home, bring a little nature inside. We can arrange packages to suit your needs, so order your favourite pot plant online today at www.garnerstore.com.au.
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