By: Anita Taha
Are you looking to spice up your house? Well, one great way to do just that is by utilizing your free space for plants! Some people don’t have enough time, or often don’t remember to, take care of their plants. So, this is a list of several different plants and herbs that you can grow in your own home, with very little attention, that can add a little flare to your living space.
Aloe plants are simple, nice plants that take very little water to live. You just need to place them in a warm place with plenty of light.
The snake plant, or the mother in law plant, is a sturdy plant that can tolerate very dry weather and low light.
Succulents are a great place for people who are new to growing indoor plants to start. They require very little water and attention, and just need to be placed in a nice sunny area.
This specific type of indoor plant comes in a variety of colors, and it can thrive in a low light environment, which makes it perfect for your bedroom/living room.
A simple, colorful herb, lavender requires only a bright spot and infrequent watering.
10/31/2021 05:40:52 am
Love succulents! Have a variety of them at home and yes they don't need much. And they absolutely makes our home full of life with all those delicate colors. Thank you for sharing!
5/12/2022 01:19:58 am
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7/14/2022 08:22:45 am
Nicely done! This is going to be helpful to someone who wants to get their homes more lively
7/20/2022 12:26:54 pm
So this is a list of several different plants and herbs that you can grow in your own home, with very little attention, Thank you, amazing post!
9/4/2022 11:34:26 pm
Awesome blog.,,... Thanks for sharing
9/15/2022 01:44:20 pm
Succulents are great houseplants!
2/22/2023 08:50:30 am
It is a key to your green plants’ proper growth. Our garden has different stages, from seeds to grown plants. In this lifecycle, water is no doubt the best companion for plants. For example, the thumb rule for watering the flower garden in the growing season is one inch at least. On the other hand, fruit plants need three to four inches of water in the soil. So, the requirements are clear.
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