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.

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

Problem with Dracaena marginata? Solve it here!

Dragon plants are among the rare plants that are perfectly happy indoors. However, they do get their fair share of problems. From leaves changing colors to stems bending over, find what ails your dracaena marginata and fix the issue! Make note of the symptoms on your dracaena marginata, and read on. Note: these also apply […]
Problems of all kinds with dracaena marginata

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

Adenium, the desert rose

Adenium is a plant used indoors for its appealing blooming and its surprising ornamental qualities.
Two adenium flowers on a stem

Rubber tree, ficus elastica

The rubber tree, or Ficus elastica, is a very beautiful indoor plant much liked for its shiny thick leathery leaves.
Potted ficus elastica against white background.

Black ZZ plants, three easy-care ink-black Zamioculcas plants

Many are now familiar with the striking designer-like fronds of the ZZ plant. Did you know that at least three types of black zz plant exist? These make for fabulous additions to black-themed gardens and home interiors. Read also: Black is back ZZ plant care More ZZ plant varieties The black ZZ plant Houseplant-wise, the […]
Black ZZ plant

Ficus lyrata, the fiddle ficus

Ficus lyrata, the fiddle-leaf fig, is a very beautiful indoor plant. Many find its thick, shiny green leaves very appealing.
Potted short fiddle leaf fig

Howea, a palm that hails from afar

Howea is, decidedly, a curious plant: it’s found in houses all over the world, but grows in the wild only on a single tiny exotic island…
Howea in terra cotta pot

Peperomia, a plant noted for its foliage

Peperomia is a tropical plant used indoors and in apartments. It is very much appreciated for its foliage, which is extremely varied depending to the species and in every case amazingly ornamental.
Peperomia

Growing an avocado tree from seed

Although growing avocado tree in the ground is only possible in tropical regions or in the Mediterranean area, it is easy to sprout an avocado from seed and grow it indoors.
Four foot three-year-old avocado grown from seed in a pot with a white background.

Sansevieria, mother-in-law’s tongue!

Sansevieria, also called Mother-in-law’s tongue or snake plant, is a plant native to Africa. Used indoors, it boasts graphic designer leaves and is very ornamental.
Different sansevieria varieties in pots on a designer kitchen counter.

Orchids, daughters of light

The orchid family is a surprising caste, seemingly bred from jewels of pure light. 750 different genuses, 20,000 species and thousands of hybrids!
Orchid, like light on a tree
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