Transform your home into a vibrant oasis with lush indoor plants for the living room. Indoor plants are one of the best ways to brighten up and add color to your home. Having indoor plants is also linked to significant health benefits such as reducing stress, boosting productivity, and increasing happiness.
As beneficial as plants can be, many are not suited for indoor environments. This post will provide suggestions for plants you could keep in your living room.
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Best Indoor Plants for the Living Room
Cuddly Cactus is one of the best beginner houseplants. You won’t find many that require less maintenance. They love the sun and require little watering. The name comes from the fact that they don’t have sharp spines, making them safe to touch.
Spider plants are popular houseplants with long, arching stems resembling a spider’s legs. They also grow fast and produce “babies,” which you can easily cut and replant in another pot. Spider plants can survive in bright, indirect, or low-light environments. Water them weekly or when the top few inches of the soil feel dry.
Invite luck into your home and get a Money Tree. It needs bright, indirect light to grow. They can grow up to eight feet indoors. It’s safe to overwater, but it usually needs a little water weekly. You can also feel the soil to see if it needs watering.
Echeveria is a beautiful succulent with rosette-shaped leaves, some with pink tints. They can survive well in dry conditions and under bright, indirect light. Test if the soil is almost completely dried out before watering it again, ideally once every week to ten days. The plant can rot if you overwater it.
The Prayer Plant has gorgeous, striped leaves you might come to adore. The name “prayer plant” comes from how their leaves fold up at night as if praying. They then open again in the morning when there’s light. Prayer plants require bright, indirect light and water every 1-2 weeks.
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