Indoor plants - page 3

Plants for the house! Whether absent-minded or intently caring, you can welcome plants at home for that exotic feeling or to purify the air.

Amaryllis planting tips

Native to Central and South America, amaryllis counts over 80 hybrid species with flowers simple or double, large or average-sized, with varied colors. Planting depends on the season and whether you’re going for pot or ground-growing.
Amaryllis planting

Plants for each room

Oxygen-rich and source of greenery, plants are crucial to any household. When considering what makes each room special,
Different plants fit best in different rooms of the house

Caring for Lucky Bamboo

Lucky bamboo – the bringer of good fortune – has become a very successful indoor plant.
Lucky bamboo in a pot filled with gravel

Strelitzia, bird of paradise

Strelitzia is a superb plant that comes from the tropics, boasting simply magnificent flowers and nicely dense leafage.
Two yellow and blue strelitzia blooms against a deep green leaf.

Growing Barberry indoors

Although often grown as an outdoor hedge, it’s possible to grow a small barberry shrub inside. Simple care and a few smart
Indoor barberry plants

Jade tree, Crassula ovata

The jade tree, which makes a perfect bonsai plant, is a succulent that offers magnificent evergreen leafage. Its ornamental appeal make it one of today’s trendiest plants.
A plastic pot with a small Jade tree growing in it against a hazy background.

Mammillaria, a family of easy-care cactus

Key Mammillaria facts: Botanical name – Mammillaria spp. Common name – Mammillaria, pillow cactus, cushion cactus, and more depending on the species Family – Cactaceae Type – Cactus Height – 16 inches (40 cm) Use – pot Exposure – light, but without direct light Soil – sandy, gravely, well-drained, dry Planting – spring Flowering – […]
Indoors, mammillaria grows in pots easily

Cactus and succulents, 3 easy varieties to grow

Do you tend to forget watering your plants? Succulents and Cactus are the solution! These plants are virtually care-free. Their many shapes and sizes lend a touch of exotic graphic shapes to your home.
Cactus and succulents

Ribbon plant, remarkable leaves

The ribbon plant is a very beautiful indoor plant that’s appreciated as much for its variegated evergreen foliage as it is for its blooming.
Ribbon plant in a pot

15 bathroom plants – these love moisture!

Here’s a list of 15 excellent plants that will thrive in your bathroom. This room in the house usually gets high moisture and warm/cold temperature swings. Most plants don’t like it,
Plants for the bathroom, like this pothos around a shower

Anthurium, a must-have indoors

Anthurium, also called Flamingo flower, requires special care. This is especially because this plant is native to tropical regions and has some difficulty adapting to living indoors in houses and apartments.
Pink-red anthurium flower blooming.

Frangipani, a true marvel!

Frangipani is a shrub used indoors for its appealing blooming and its great ornamental qualities. Outdoors, it only grows well in warm climates.
Frangipani flower tree

Dracaena marginata roots, the dragon plant’s strength and weakness

It seems like magic when a Dragon plant cutting sets out its first roots. The Dracaena marginata’s roots are full of surprises! Surviving dry spells, propagation… and that houseplant nightmare, root rot! Here, you’ll discover: what dracaena roots look like why the dragon plant gets root rot dealing with root-bound dracena marginata and how roots […]
Root system of the Dracaena marginata plant

Abutilon, an indoor maple

Abutilon, also called room maple, is a very beautiful plant that blooms from spring to fall. Caring for it is easy.
Three abutilon flowers and leaves on black background, with yellow petals and red cuppolas.

ZZ plant varieties

The ZZ plant is famous the world over: beautifully stunning and nearly impossible to kill, it is perfect for modern homes and gardens. But which of the types of ZZ plant is best for you? Let’s take a look at the main Zamioculcas varieties:
ZZ plant unfurling its leaves

Which air-purifying plant to get first?

As they breathe and grow, these plants purify pollutants out from the air… and they’re beautiful, too! Discover Ficus ginseng, Tillandsia andAnthurium, three plants that have what it takes to make your day!
Dracaena and ficus are two air-purifying plants, here filtering both light and air

Leaf plants in winter

In winter, growing conditions change, even inside the house: your leaf plants require special care.
Unlike flower plants, leaf plants need more light and don't like going dormant

Rhipsalis, a plant that looks like hair

Now this is a cactus that sparks wonder! Not a single spike in view, a somewhat crazy look that’s great for surprising ornamental experiments. Let your imagination roam wild!
Rhipsalis plant
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