Best indoor plants no direct sunlight

Best indoor plants no direct sunlight

Learn how to choose and care for plants that will thrive indoors. When it’s cold outside, it’s time to bring the garden inside and give new life to your interior. These days there is plenty of talk about environmentally friendly ‘green’ homes. But let’s talk about a truly green home – one full of living plants, where the inhabitants can relax and nurture their souls surrounded by natural beauty. It’s time to bring back indoor plants. Not the African violets that grow in small …

Indoor Plants like Direct Sunlight

Indoor Plants like Direct Sunlight

Passion flower plants bloom with showy, fragrant flowers during summer. Houseplants add color and texture to the interior of your home while also helping to absorb sound waves, clean the air and boost oxygen levels. Successfully growing plants indoors depends on choosing the right plant for the right type of sun exposure. Plants that thrive in full sun will do well in windows that face south or west, where they will get the most exposure to the sun. Plants with Colorful Foliage …

Best indoor plants for limited Sunlight

Best indoor plants for limited Sunlight

A potted indoor tree is substantially smaller than an outdoor tree. Growing plants indoors presents you with several challenges because the plants are not exposed to natural garden environments, such as beneficial earthworm activity and naturally decomposing organic matter. Typically, indoor plants do not grow extensively because they receive a limited supply of sunlight and are restricted by pot size. Other factors, such as their soil, also contribute to their limited growth …

Indoor plants bright sunlight

Indoor plants bright sunlight

Looking to spruce up your interior design? Add some much needed green to your abode with these 4 low maintenance indoor plants . Boston Fern Boston fern’s arching, lacy fronds make it well suited to hanging baskets or for display on a pedestal. Don’t let its delicate appearance mislead you, though: This tough plant that will live for decades if you keep it moist and give it moderate light and enough humidity. The variety ‘Dallas’ is more compact and more tolerant of dry air. How …

Best indoor plants without Sunlight

Best indoor plants without Sunlight

If you like gardening, but don’t have a garden, don’t worry – you still can have some beautiful plants in your apartment. We have wrote the ultimate list of best indoor plants for your apartment. They all need low to moderate levels of light and water, so you don’t have to worry will they survive. Don’t think twice about getting some nice plant for your apartment – indoor plants can make your space look nicer, they will clean the air and make you feel better. Here is the list …

Best indoor plants Little Sunlight

Best indoor plants Little Sunlight

Managing indoor plants NYC is just the same as looking after outdoor gardens. The only difference is that indoor flowers are often potted, and they get very little sunlight. For this reason, they may have different needs. Continue reading to learn more about managing indoor plants in the city of New York. Living organisms need water, whether they are plants or animals. Any plant that is grown indoors cannot get water from rain or sprinklers, so it must be watered on a regular …

Low Sunlight indoor plants

Low Sunlight indoor plants

Low light takers (clockwise from top): Spathiphyllum Domino , Aglaonema Emerald Star , Rhapis excelsa Thomas J. Story Growing plants indoors is a bit like raising pet fish. While a collection of exotic tropical specimens can be a real challenge to care for, almost anyone can keep a bowl of goldfish alive indefinitely. Here, then, are the goldfish of the indoor plant world 10 house plants that Sunset s garden staff, professional growers, and interior plantscapers have found …

Indoor plants not requiring sunlight

Indoor plants not requiring sunlight

With frigid gusts of wind and falling snow currently occupying the outdoor environment in much of the United States, now is the perfect time to move your vegetable garden indoors. But before you begin to rely on your indoor plants for fresh produce, there are a few things that you need to go over. The best way to ensure indoor gardening success is to consider four things before you even begin planting: space, light, temperature, and humidity. Pick a space One limiting thing about …

Indoor plants Needing little Sunlight

Indoor plants Needing little Sunlight

By Heather Rhoades Plants that only require low light can be placed in east or north windows, foyers, stair landings or anywhere that doesn’t get direct sunlight. Keep in mind, though, that if you can’t read a book because it’s too dark in a certain area, it’s probably too dark for your plants to live as well. That being said, there are a lot of plants that require only a little light. Keep reading to learn more about them. Here are a few of the most common indoor plants for low …

Best Houseplants for low Sunlight

Best Houseplants for low Sunlight

We ve all got at least one room that gets very little natural light. Usually these are the rooms most in need of the lively energy that a houseplant brings, but so many plants crave the ever-elusive bright indirect light that it can be difficult to find appealing specimens for a dim room. Inspired by our recent purchase of the lovely Sansevieira Moonshine pictured above, we thought we d extol the virtues of this popular plant, sometimes known as Snake Plant or Mother-in-law …