If you want to add some greenery to your home but don’t know where to start, we’re here to help. There are a lot of plants that can be grown indoors. Some are easy to grow while others require a little more care. Some plants tend to grow best in certain areas of the house (like the kitchen), but there are also many that do well anywhere! In this guide, we’ve compiled the top decorative plants for any indoor setting so that you can get started growing them today:
Coleus is a perennial plant, which means it will come back year after year. It’s also part of the mint family, making it an indoor plant that’s easy to care for. Coleus plants can be grown in pots or directly in soil, but they will thrive best if you provide them with plenty of light and water.
You can buy coleus at many garden centers or florists’ shops during spring and summer months (when they’re most likely to be available). If you have trouble finding one near where you live, there are several varieties available online as well!
Juniperus is a genus of coniferous trees and shrubs in the family Cupressaceae. The most familiar species are the Junipers (Juniperus communis), which are native to Europe, North America, Asia and northwest Africa.
We, at Bharatvarsh Nature Farms, love junipers because they have such a distinctive look. We’ve put together some tips on how you can incorporate this plant into your home decorating projects:
Jennifer cypress is a fast-growing tree that can reach a height of 10 feet. It has dark green, glossy leaves and white cones in the winter. The trunk of the plant is slender with age, which gives it an elegant appearance.
This slow growing tree is also known as “angel wing” cypress because its leaves resemble wings when they are young. The bark on older trunks becomes furrowed and scaly as well as orange-brown in coloration when mature.
- Dracaena is a genus of about 60 species of plants in the family Asparagaceae, native to tropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Madagascar.
- They are evergreen shrubs or trees growing from 2 to 20 m tall.
Croton is a genus of flowering plants in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae. It was formerly placed in the now-defunct family Tiliaceae.
Croton has a long history of use as folk medicine and as an ornamental plant; however it can be toxic if ingested by humans or animals due to its phorbol ester content.
Ficus is a genus of about 850 species of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes and hemiepiphytes in the family Moraceae. The genus includes several species well known for their large edible fruits including figs. The common fig (Ficus carica) has been cultivated since ancient times; it is native to southwest Asia and northeast Africa but has been spread worldwide as an ornamental or food crop through human cultivation.
The pencil pine, an evergreen tree with a broad, spreading crown, is native to South America. It bears clusters of small white flowers in spring, followed by black fruits. This plant can be grown as a bonsai or indoors as an ornamental plant.
The name may refer to its narrow leaves, which resemble those of a pencil; another possible explanation is that the genus name is derived from “pachy-” (thick) and “-phyllum” (leaf). The scientific name reflects this: Pachypodium means “thick leaf”; arboreum refers to its habit of growth as an arbor or tree.”
Silver oak is a small tree that can grow up to 8m tall, but it’s usually kept smaller by pruning. It’s tolerant of shade, so it will be happy in your garden if you don’t have enough sun for other plants.
It’s also fast-growing, which means it will fill out its space quickly and give you privacy from neighbours or passers-by in no time at all! The leaves are dark green with silver undersides–they’re what give this plant its name. The flowers are white or cream coloured and appear in springtime before the leaves come out on new growths (known as “flush”).
This plant can be grown either in pots or directly into the ground; however if you choose the latter option then make sure there isn’t anything else growing nearby that might block sunlight from reaching your tree’s roots
The Ashoka Tree is a deciduous tree that grows up to 10 meters tall. It is native to India, where it bears fragrant white flowers that are followed by long, narrow fruits. These trees can be found growing in temperate regions around the world and are often used as ornamental plants in parks and gardens.
Dieffenbachia is a tropical plant that can be grown as a houseplant. It has large, glossy leaves and makes for a beautiful addition to any room in your home. However, it’s poisonous if ingested and should not be kept near children or pets who might mistake it for food or chew on its leaves. Dieffenbachia is toxic to cats and dogs as well as birds, so keep this plant out of reach from those animals if you want them around for long!
Aglaonema – Chinese evergreen.
Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema) is a tropical plant that is native to Southeast Asia. It has glossy, dark green leaves that are narrow and sword-like. The leaves can be used as a houseplant or outdoor plant in warm climates.
Some plants you can grow in your home
You can grow plants in your home. If you have the right conditions and plant, you’ll find that it’s easy to grow decorative plants at home.
- You need to have a green thumb!
- You need to have the right pot and soil for your chosen plant.
You should also think about where you’re going to put it: in direct sunlight? In shade? Do I want this thing near my windows or out of sight? Ask yourself such questions before you bring home your new plant.
We hope that this article has helped you to decide on a great decorative plant to grow in your home. There are so many varieties available and they all have their own unique characteristics. We recommend that you choose one that will fit in with the style of your home or garden, such as choosing an indoor plant if you live in a flat or apartment where there isn’t much space outside!
We’re more than happy to share any other interesting tips we have to help you achieve the garden of your dreams. Our team at Bharatvarsh is devoted to creating agricultural and lifestyle methods that are environmentally friendly.
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