Indoor plants can be easy to maintain, great for your health, and change the entire feel of your living spaces. Not to worry if you don’t have a green thumb. Just buy green paint and paint. Soaking your thumb in food coloring can also have the same affect. It’s just a matter of working with it to create the ultimate look you want for your thumb. Of course, you will soon find out that coloring your thumb is not the answer, rather choosing the right plants for the level of care you are willing to give. Here are some that might work for you:
SUCCULENTS – Succulents do well in most indoor spaces with little watering, because they absorb water both from the air and the earth. Here are some plants you can have delivered to your door:
You can purchase this 25 pack to create a unique look for your space. Here are some ideas to try:
AIR PLANTS & AIR FERNS – These plants usually require very little watering and don’t need dirt to grow. Though they often survive with little or no care in areas of humidity, some plant owners submerge them in water every few weeks or mist them with a sprayer. Here are some plants you can have delivered – Click on any image below to see price:
SNAKE PLANT – Also called Mother-in-law’s Tongue – These plants are known to survive with little care and are popular indoor plants in most areas of the world. They are usually good sized and look great in almost any setting. Some think they are called mother-in-law’s tongue because of the sharp looking tips on the leaves. Though most might take it as funny, you may not want to mention it if your mother-in-law is easily offended, or if she actually posses a sharp tongue. If she does possess a sharp tongue, you may want to try one of these tongue twisters on her:
CACTUS – Though succulents of sorts, they are often sold in separate departments, because of their prickly nature. Cacti can be beautiful and easy to take care of. They can make great statement gifts and the artificial ones great toys for kids. Beware! The real ones have prickers and can be quite painful.
CAST-IRON PLANT – (Aspidistra elatior) – These plants are drought tolerant and survive on very little water. Though tough to kill, they should be watered before the soil is too dry. They are often used by interior designers or stagers because of their beautiful leaves low maintenance needs.
Mixing real plants with silk plants can also be fun. Here are some other great items to consider:
FUN INDOOR PLANT IDEAS TO EXPLORE