INDOOR PLANTS HELP DECREASE INDOOR POLLUTANTS
Indoor Plants can do a lot of good. They look great, make you feel good about your place but most importantly, they also help your home environment. They clean up the air by removing indoor pollutants, they increase indoor humidity, they boost oxygen levels, they can actually improve your career and the best yet, they help you heal. Indoor plants can improve your life. But many people have a hard time growing houseplants or keeping them alive. If you overwater them, you can kill them. And if you underwater them, you can kill them. Too much sun or too little sun, can also be a disaster. Not everyone starts out with a green thumb.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT PLANTS YOU WON’T LET DOWN
So, choosing the right species of plant, for someone who may not have a green thumb can be ideal. Having plants in your home will greatly benefit you. If you get the right variety, they will also make you feel more confident and people may actually refer to you as having a green thumb.
PRETTY PLANTS TO HELP DEVELOP A GREEN THUMB
A Pothos plant is a climbing indoor creature. The leaves are gorgeous and heart shaped. They enjoy wrapping around pillars and arches, sometimes as long as eight feet. There are many varieties, the marble queen is a beautiful mottled specie of green and white. It’s easy peasy to water them. But you want to avoid overwatering them. So make sure to dry out the soil between each and every watering. It does best in a bright window, without direct sun. They are toxic to dogs and cats, so animal owners should be extra cautious. If your cat develops a green thumb, watch out!
MOTHER-IN-LAW’S TONGUE CAN BE A GOOD THING
A mother-in-law’s tongue is not only human, it’s also the name of species of snake plant. These are easy to grow and look terrific indoors. The leaves are long and pointed and most varieties are a darker green. You can’t really kill it by under watering it and you can pretty much put it anywhere. It prefers bright light, but is quite forgiving. It can grow as tall as child, at four feet tall. But it is toxic to animals, so buyer beware.
ZZ PLANT MAY HELP YOUR ZZS
The ZZ plant is pretty new to the indoor house plant scene. Most green thumbs are only learning about this variety. Plus, it’s really hard to kill! Its leaves are stiff and thick and grow upright. It’s a really great choice for someone new to the taking care of plants scene. They are drought resistant and super-duper easy in terms of light. It doesn’t like the bright lights. And it grows slowly, to approximately two to three feet tall. It’s also toxic to pets.
IMPROVE YOUR HOME & LIFE
With these three fun varieties of indoor plants, you are bound to develop a green thumb!