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Change your mood with our Indoor Plants

Plants can add a very pleasant effect on your working environment and the place where you lived in. It has always a positive impact on your life and your mental health. But one should require some knowledge of how to maintain the beauty around. Indoor plants could suffer if you didn’t take proper care of it. Office plants can increase the humidity around the office, eliminate air toxins, and improve the indoor air quality while providing a focal point to the workplace.

If you do not know which plants are useful to stimaulate your environment in your workplace or living place. Don’t worry we gotch you. Fortunately we have prepared a list of Indoor Plants, Small Indoor Plant and Large Indoor Plants as well depending on the place you want to put it in. We will also discuss in details the environment needed for plants to acheive the better results.

Anthurium Andraeanum – Indoor Flowering Plant

Anthurium andraeanum is a flowering plant species in the family Araceae that is native to Colombia and Ecuador. Anthurium is an indoor flowering plant. It requires bright and indirect light. It also requires low maintenance. It comes in different colors of flower. There is White Flower Anthurium, Red Flower Anthurium, Pink Flower Anthurium, Light Red Flower Anthurium, Yellow Flower Anthurium.

Bambusa Bamboo Stick – Lotus Bamboo

Dracaena sanderiana looks like real potted bamboo, so people called her Lucky Bamboo. However, in addition to external similarities, the plants have nothing in common. Amazing sticks with a bunch of green leaves on top are considered a symbol of good luck, according to Feng Shui they bring happiness and prosperity to the home of their owners. Dracaena sander is used to compose compositions, giving shoots a variety of forms, and is grown as an independent plant at home in the ground or water.

It requires bright indirect sunlight. You can put it in any Pot or Vase just be causious about the small amount of water to keep it clean.

Bambusa Bamboo Stick – 50-60cm

Pachira – Money Plant

Pachira aquatica is a commonly found houseplant called a money tree. The plant is also known as Malabar chestnut or Saba nut. Money tree plants often have their slender trunks braided together, and are a low maintenance option for artificially lit areas. Money tree plant care is easy and based upon just a few specific conditions. Let’s learn more about how to care for money tree houseplants.

Sunlight:

According to ProFlowers, money tree plants like a mix of direct and indirect sunlight. As with most houseplants, too much direct sun can scorch the leaves. To achieve the right balance with your money tree, turn or rotate it regularly for more even light distribution. Just make sure to not move it all over the place so as to not disturb it too much. Another thing of note? Money trees can handle fluorescent lighting, so you’re safe to keep one in your office as long as you take adequate care of it.

maintain nutrient-rich potting soil with good drainage, according to the experts at Miracle-Gro. To achieve this, you’ll want to use a well-draining potting mix or add some sand and gravel for extra porousness.

Water:

The best way to keep a money tree plant happy? Give it a good watering every one to two weeks, allowing the soil to dry in between, according to The Sill. Of course, if your plant is getting more light, you’ll also need to up its water intake so that it doesn’t get too dried out. This is a plant that requires a lot of water but not all of the time.

Temperature and Humidity:

Money tree plants do best in warmer environments, so you’ll want to keep them in an area that’s between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. But, the good news is, money trees are also pretty flexible and forgiving. They can still handle temperatures that go 10 degrees below or above that ideal range. As far as humidity goes, money trees thrive with extra moisture, so make sure you mist your plant regularly. Bloomscape suggests putting your money tree plant on a pebble tray to increase humidity in the winter.

Braiding, Pruning, and More

While money tree plants don’t have to be braided, most of the modern pachira aquaticas you’ll find on the market are braided when you buy them. Braided money trees are actually multiple plants that have had their trunks woven together during growth while they’re flexible. If you’d like to braid your plant. Weave the trunks together gently and loosely tie a string around the top to keep it together. As the tree grows, you can continue this process.

Aglaonema

Aglaonema Crete has superb variegated foliage. The leaves are a lush green with burgundy red splashes and borders on top of delicate pale pink stems. A truly pretty, compact Chinese evergreen to brighten your space.

Light: Aglaonema will thrive in low to bright light levels. The lighter the leaf colour the higher the required light levels. Plain, dark green varieties will thrive in near shade, whereas the lighter, variegated types need well lit, bright conditions. Avoid direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves.

Water: Keep the soil moist at all times, do not allow it to dry out. Do not overwater as this may encourage root rot. Moderation is the key.

Temperature: Normal room temperature 18-24°C, however avoid cold draughts.

Humidity: Chinese Evergreens can tolerate less humidity than some other plants, yet it will still appreciate your efforts to improve surrounding humidity levels, either via regular misting or using a pebble tray.

Feed: Slow release fertiliser once a month during the growing season.

Air Purifying: Cleans and improves air quality by filtering toxins from the surrounding environment.

Different types of Aglaonema

Alocasia

Alocasia has different types.

One of the easiest to grow and most popular Alocasias, the Green Dragon features textured leaves that resemble the scale of dragons. It’s also aptly called “Dragon Scale Alocasia”. It’s a cold-sensitive plant that will not survive in cold weather, so it’s a houseplant that needs the warmth of the indoors to stay alive. The Alocasia Green Dragon is valued greatly as a decorative plant not only for its vibrant veins, but also for its size. Not growing too tall, it’s a perfect houseplant for any space.

Size & Growth

With a size that can vary between 40 and 80 inches, the Green Dragon Alocasia can be easily integrated into the decor of your office or apartment.

Make sure to display this plant somewhere where its velvety leaves with deep green veins can be admired.

Light Requirements

Although the Alocasia doesn’t fare well if exposed to direct light, it still enjoys bright light, if it’s not shining down on it directly.

Indoors, keep this plant a few feet away from a north or east-facing window. In winter, when sunshine is scarce and the rays of the sun are usually gentler, you can move the plant closer to the window to maximize its light exposure.

Watering

When watering tropical plants, there’s a delicate balance that must be maintained. One the one hand, you should water these plants deeply, but only if the top few inches of soil are dried out. Some Alocasia varieties need constantly moist soil, but the Green Dragon Alocasia can go a bit without watering before it starts to show symptoms of dehydration.

Different Types of Alocasia

Calathea

Calathea has a large family with different varieties. There are different types of Calathea. Calathea is a genus of flowering plants belonging to the family Marantaceae. They are commonly called calatheas or prayer plants. About 200 species formerly assigned to Calathea are now in the genus Goeppertia. Calathea currently contains around 60 species.

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