The most beautiful houseplants

Now that you all know about indoor plants without light, toxic plants and depolluting plants, discover the most beautiful houseplants. Whether you live in an apartment or in a house, greenery and pretty plants, big or small, always have their place in your living rooms.

Whether it’s small indoor green plants, succulents, indoor palms or tropical plants, you’ll be sure to find your happiness in this article.

The yucca to dress up your living room

This plant is perfect when you really want to decorate your room with greenery since it is neither too big nor too small: from 30 to 70 cm high. Its persistent green foliage as well as its size will give volume and peps to your room.

In addition, its depolluting characteristic will do you only good. As you will understand, it is a perfect indoor green plant that requires very little maintenance. So that it can grow healthy, good soil is essential, if you add a little compost inside, it will be even better.
As for its location, the yuccas are doing very well in an environment where the temperatures are between 18 and 22 ° C, more place them in a place where there is a very good light but not too much exposure to the sun for not not dry it.

The cycad or the little palm tree

Perfect alternative to the palm tree, the cycas is a beautiful houseplant that will brighten your room. It is one of the best-selling and most popular houseplants. Its intense green leaves and brown trunk will undoubtedly add color to your interior.

The cycas develops very well in a room with temperatures between 20 and 22 degrees and a very good brightness. So privilege its location in a room facing south or west so that it can enjoy the sun’s rays on sunny days.

For watering, nothing very complicated: in summer and spring, water it every 2 to 3 days, it must of course not bathe in water but its soil must not be dry either. In autumn and winter, start limiting watering because the cycas has more limited needs. Of course everything depends on its location, if there are sun rays or not, but space the waterings every 15 days or so.

The cyclamen to add some peps

Small potted plant with its bright pink, white or purple flowers, the cyclamen is perfect for coloring your pieces nicely. In addition, if you want to place small plants a little everywhere in your interior without taking up too much space, the cyclamens will do the job because they measure between 5 and 10 centimeters in height.

For its location, unlike cycads or yuccas, cyclamen do not appreciate places too hot and too bright. So choose a bright place without direct sun such as a window sill to the north. In addition, the ideal temperature for this small green indoor plant should be between 16 and 18 ° C and especially a little more cool at night, that’s why the north-facing window sills are perfect for its development.

So that your cyclamen grows in very good condition, avoid the excess of water and wait until the earth is dry, that is why 2 to 3 waterings a week are recommended and largely sufficient. Finally, for a spectacular bloom, you can add fertilizer for flowering plants about once a week.

Anthurium to color your interior

Another small potted plant very colorful, anthurium. It is a small tropical plant that exists in pink, red or white and its leaves are usually heart-shaped. Its very resistant and shiny foliage is perfect to decorate your home sweet home but it still requires certain cultivation conditions.

It is a perfect plant for interiors because it needs a temperature between 18 and 25 ° C throughout the year in a bright place but without direct sun. In order for it to develop properly, opt for moderate watering while ensuring that the soil is dry so as not to drown the plant. Even if you forget some watering, it does not matter since it is a very resistant plant, but if you place it in a place too cold or in full draft, the anthurium will die quickly. Do not hesitate to mist it regularly when the ambient air is too dry or when the room is too heated.

To finish our top of the most beautiful houseplants: the begonia

You can see this pretty plant in photo at the head of the article. This very bushy plant is known for its decorative foliage making the perfect indoor potted plant. Its voluminous aspect occupies very well an empty space in your interior whatever the style of your house or apartment.
In order for the begonia to grow or grow in perfect health, position it in a bright place but without direct exposure to sunlight or it will fade quickly enough. In addition, unlike anthurium do not mist its leaves but water only its land.

Finally, from March to September, its soil must be slightly moist while from October to February / March, it must be drier. In any case, do not drown the begonia with a surplus of water, it might die.

As it develops, do not hesitate to cut faded leaves and broken stems so that buds can bloom.

There are still many other plants that are very pretty and that will perfectly dress your home such as kentia, ficus or dragon tree but of course everything depends on your tastes and especially your desire for greenery!

And to finish the Fuzzy, here are 2 tips in gardening and do not hesitate to tell us in comment if you have tips!

Gardening tips:

  • For potted plants that you have potted or not, to facilitate the evacuation of water when you water your houseplants, have at the bottom of your pot clay balls. This will prevent the water from stagnating at the roots of your plants and therefore fading. You can also use a saucer, in this case it is necessary that your pot is hole to evacuate the water.
  • If you have mealybugs on your plants, you must kill them quickly because they are parasites and they may invade your neighboring plants. To remove them, soak a cotton swab in alcohol and put it on mealybugs. You can also spray black soap mixed with 1 to 5% alcohol on the plants in question.

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