Indoor Plants as Home Decor
Indoor Plants: Ficus Elastica
a.k.a. "Rubber Plant" are easy to care for and scores well with resistance to diseases and pests. It also has a high transpiration rate that adds humidity of a room, which makes it good for one's health. This plant can take some shade. Too direct light will make its leaves lanky and spindly. Watering can be once a week, but don't let water sit in for more than 30 minutes. Pour away remaining still water in the drip tray. Mist the leaves when air in the room gets very dry. #indoorplants
Indoor Plants: Adiantum
a.k.a. "Maidenhair Fern" can make sophisticated additions to either shady or bright areas of your home. Their feathery-like foliage brings charm to your space and a source of an aromatic too. This plant prefers small containers and must be kept in that same container for it dislikes repotting. It's intolerant of low humidity or dry air, therefore needs mist or be set on a water-filled pebble tray. It's not high maintenance; one only needs to keep it moist. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita
Indoor Plants: Anthurium Andraeanum
a.k.a. Painter's-Palette can tolerate all levels of indirect light an requires its soil to be free draining. This plant needs regular watering but make sure not to overwater. Only start watering this plant when the soil is completely dry. It doesn't require too much fertilizer too, just once every three to four months. This plant will surely enjoy a warm spot in your home with a bit of extra humidity. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita Like and Share this post for more home decor tips!
Indoor Plants: Zamioculcas
or "Zanzibar Gem" is ideal for window-less office or bathroom as it can survive in places where there is extremely low levels of light. It can do fine with flourescent lighting but not well with direct light as it causes scalding, yellowing, and curling of the leaves. It is best to move it away from the light source, or filter any lighting with curtains or blinds. They need less water and only needs half strength fertilizers once or twice a year during summer. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita
Indoor Plants: Sansevieria
a.k.a. "Mother-in-Law’s Tongue" needs to be fed every six months with liquid fertilizer, or only when its soil is completely dry. Let the liquid flow at the bottom of the pot and discard any excess water that ends up in the saucer. What's fascinating and makes this plant low maintenance is that it can tolerate lower light and direct sunlight too. CAUTION: It's mildly toxic to pets and humans, and can cause vomiting and mouth irritation when ingested. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita
Indoor Plants: Bromeliceae
a.k.a. "Bromeliads" are often purchased during the flowering stage, when they're most attractive. Their vibrant inflorescence is actually a sign that its dying stage has already begun. But there's an opportunity for a fresh start for this plant. It only needs patience and proper TLC. Look after its pups or its baby bromeliads at the plant's base. Bromeliads bloom can last up to a year, while its pups grow just as big as the mother plant slowly withers. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita
Indoor Plants: Spathiphyllum
or "Peace Lily" is easy to care for and makes excellent houseplants for the home and office. Like most indoor plants, Peace Lilies enjoy medium to low light. However, if you like this plant to produce more of its lovely white spathes and flowers, you might want to place it in more light. Make sure to check their soil regularly. When the soil is dry, that's the only time you would need to water this plant. It needs a balanced fertilizer one or two times per year. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita
Indoor Plants: Dracaena Massangeana
a.k.a. "Mass Cane," corn plant or the happy plant because of its simple nature of needing bright indirect sunlight. You'll know when it's time to water this plant when the top becomes slightly dry. Its yellow and green leaves that bring a hint of nature into one's home can filter out a large amount of toxic air. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita Like and Share this post for more home decor tips!
Indoor Plants: Epipremnum Aureum
a.k.a. "Devil's Ivy" is a perennial vine or houseplant with glossy and heart-shaped leaves that prefers a well-lit area and can tolerate low light for long periods, but not sunlight. Easy to maintain - one only needs to wipe down leaves to remove dust, and it does not cause serious pest nor disease problems. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita #realestatetips #homedecortips #homedecor #decor #interiordecor #interiordesign #interiordesigntips Like and Share this post for more home decor tips!
Indoor Plant: Monstera Deliciosa
a.k.a. “Swiss cheese plant” prefers indirect sunlight or sunlight filtered by a sheer curtain. It can take some direct sunlight for a few hours and likes its soil on the dry side, which makes it a perfect indoor plant for your home. CAUTION: As with many tropical houseplants, Monstera Deliciosa contains calcium oxalate crystals that are toxic to pets. #indoorplants #plantito #plantita Pin this post and Follow us for more interior home decor tips!