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Posted on March 14 2018
Houseplants bring life to almost any room indoor or outdoor, clean the air, and can reduce anxiety.
If your planting a plant indoor, low-light plants are the way to go.
Fiddleleaf Fig - Green Tree has violin-shaped leaves. The plant is heard and can live almost anywhere in the house.
Peace Lilly - Are great at filtering out common toxins and pollutants such as household cleaners, plastic products and synthetic fabrics that found in your home
Lemon Button Fern - This plant thrives in humanity (think of your bathroom) or terrarium and when touched it gives off a faint citrus sent.
Maidenhair Fern - This fern thrives in a partial shade environment.
Philodendron - Can survive in very low light. Has long stems with and has a heard shaped leaves. A great plant to put on a stand or footed planter.
For window seals, sunrooms and other light and airy areas in your home
Aloe - Drought resistant and perfect to help heal sunburns. Great for window seals, porches, patios and in your back yard.
Snake Plants - Are great at filtering out common toxins and pollutants such as household cleaners, plastic products and synthetic fabrics that found in your home.
Angel Wings Cacti - Grows evenly spaced clusters of hairs rather than sharp spines. It can get no larger than two feet tall but can grow up to 5 feet wide. Flowers Pale Yellow Blooms.
Ponytail Palm - Tiny or miniature palm. Also drought resistant and requires little watering
Herbs - perfect for your window seal and adding flavor to your foods. Try mint, basil, thyme and rosemary.
Mix and match pots of different colors, sizes and shapes to create an interested focal point in your room.
Plants don’t like soggy roots. Terra cotta pots help in absorbing excess water. Make sure non-clay planters have holes for drainage.
Coming this spring is our selection of indoor and outdoor planters for your home and garden.
If you have other great ideas for indoor plants, I'd love to hear about it.
owner of Baker Rowe