There are many types of plants that can be grown in your home. Some will be better than others and some will not work at all. In this blog post, we’ll go over the best and worst types of plants to put in your home or garden!
– Aloe Vera Plant
– Bougainvillea Plant
– Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree
– Lady Palm Plant
– Philodendron Plant (Philodendrons are poisonous)
– Rubber Tree Plant (Not the best option for indoor living; it requires too much light and is prone to dropping leaves, which can be messy!)
Hibiscus flowers make a great accent in any home. They come in many colors including pink, white, red, and purple! They also require little water so they won’t need constant attention. Plus they only grow about two feet tall – perfect for most homes. Aloe Vera plants don’t get very big either – just keep them away from pets because their sap may irritate them if ingested or touched.
– Poinsettia Plant (Poinsettias can be poisonous to pets and kids!)
The fiddle leaf fig tree is a must-have for any home. They are very easy to maintain, only require indirect sunlight, and will grow up to five feet tall! Plus they look amazing in pictures so you’ll never get tired of them taking selfies with it – just make sure your selfie stick isn’t too long or else the leaves on top might snap off… Nobody wants that! For those who love animals but don’t want their furry friends chewing on dangerous plants, try putting some lady palms in your living room. Their sizable fronds add a big punch of style while being completely safe for your pets to play in and around!
Philodendrons are poisonous – so they’re not the best choice for home decorating. A rubber tree plant is also a poor option when you want beautiful plants inside of your home because it requires too much light and is very messy! Be sure to vacuum up all those dead leaves before they take over.
The hibiscus flower makes an excellent accent piece, coming in many colors including pink, white, red, or purple. It doesn’t require constant attention as it only needs indirect sunlight and grows about two feet tall making it perfect for most homes. Aloe vera takes little water so won’t need constant attention either while growing just keep it away from pets as their sap may irritate them if ingested or touched.
The poinsettia plant is poisonous to both kids and animals so should not be kept by the home. The fiddle leaf fig tree requires little sunlight, has low maintenance needs but can grow up to five feet tall! It looks great in pictures which you will never get tired of seeing yourself next to just make sure your selfie stick isn’t too long or else the leaves on top might snap off… Nobody wants that! For those who love animals but don’t want their furry friends chewing on dangerous plants, try putting some lady palms near where they usually sit – its sizable fronds add a big punch of style.