Whitney Curtis

5 Easy Indoor Plants

Since it’s National Indoor Plant Week this week, I thought I’d show you a few easy indoor plants to inspire you to add some greenery to your home. I have a bunch of indoor plants around my house, they really do add depth and life to any room – and they purify the air too! Below are my top five picks for indoor plants, as well as light and water requirements. And here are a few more houseplant suggestions.

 

Maidenhair Fern

Light:  Low light
Watering:  High humidity and consistent moisture (I water mine daily!)
More info on Maidenhair fern here.

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Philodendron “Orange Prince”

Light:  Low light
Watering:  Moderately moist soil, water once or twice a week

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Pachira Aquatica (aka The Money Tree!)

Light:  Bright light, no direct sun
Watering:  Moist soil, high humidity

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Aphelandra (aka Zebra Plant)

Light:  Bright light, no direct sun
Watering:  High humidity, moist soil (Don’t let the soil dry out!)
More houseplants with fantastic foliage here.

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Bromeliad

Light:  Medium light
Watering:  Moist soil, but tolerant if you forget every now and then. (You can water into the stem where the leaves form a little cup at the base, above the soil. It’s actually a good idea to keep some water in that “cup.”)

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3 Responses to “ 5 Easy Indoor Plants ”

  1. [...] Since it’s National Indoor Plant Week this week, I thought I’d show you a few easy indoor plants to inspire you to add some greenery to your home.  [...]

  2. These are all BEAUTIFUL Whitney!! I have a small “window” garden and I have been dying to add some new plants, thank you for sharing these, I have a new *plant* list to work with!!

  3. Wow i really never seen the Orange Prince tree before, I will definitely try to learn more about it. I just love using the Zebra Plant though because of those color vines.