One of the best methods in kickstarting your very own endeavor in home improvement is through applying the natural way. Indoor gardening or indoor plants have been popularized since the Victorian era; nobles and those who could afford it reap countless benefits from having plants indoors. Indoor plants such as hibiscus and abutilons are quite popular as they were discovered.

Plants for Your Indoor Home Improvement

In the modern day, so much more innovative variations and methods in incorporating plants to houses have been discovered and starting wouldn’t be a chore. There are certain types of plants that could help transform your room. It’s been handpicked for their ease in maintenance, so they are perfect for everyone, even though you’re not garden-savvy.

Madagascar Dragon Tree

This beautiful low-maintenance plant, also known as F. benjamina is common to be found indoor. They’re very attractive and easy to grow. Its been said that the Madagascar Dragon Tree is impossible to kill—referring to how it could last on itself even with minimum maintenance. This plant is known to tolerate neglect, but of course, it is not recommended. Though this plant needs little care, no maintenance will slowly make the plant deteriorate. It would eventually beat its purpose as a home improvement item. When the plant seemed to be dying, try re-potting and care for it for several weeks; this Madagascar dragon tree could flourish again.

Spider Plant – Chlorophytum Comosum

The spider plant is one of those plants with long, flowy leaves that require little maintenance, perfect for those who’d just started. The stems and leaves could grow very well over one meter, therefore, hanging Chlorophytum Comosum on a basket or a hanging pot is an excellent way. You can also put these plants on a table or on room corners that allows the leaves and stems to grow freely. During the early weeks when Chlorophytum Comosum is small, you can put them anywhere as their leaves aren’t so lengthy; as long as you keep them from direct sunlight.

Dracaena Corn Plant

The dracaena fragrans plants is known to remove air toxins as it’s one of the plants used in NASA’s Clean Air Study. Results have shown that these dracaena fragrans are capable of removing a significant amount of indoor air pollutants and toxins from the environment in which they grow in. Their green and yellow striped hues and patterns are gorgeous, ready to spruce up any corner of your room.  Large ones look especially lovely and could easily grab the attention of anyone in the proximity. The most popular types are D. fragrans massangeana and D. fragrans lindenni, among others. Having several pots of the Dracaena Corn Plants in one corner or at one side of your room would greatly increase the ambience and the atmosphere, in addition to their capability as air purifier.

 

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