Winter in-house plants for your beautiful space!

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Winter in-house plants for your beautiful space!

Plants are extensions of lively ecosystem

Winter in-house plants for your beautiful space!

Most people consider indoor plants as pieces of furniture for classy and chic room decor. Place the plants in a room, remember to give them a drink, and then expect the plants to survive. Contrary to popular belief, Houseplants are alive and well, just like you and me. They eat, breathe, drink, and prefer warmth in the same way that we do. Houseplants can completely transform and ignite a room, especially in the chillier months.

But, a few plants don't need much sunlight and care; these plants are low maintenance and can easily be kept in your rooms and kitchen.

List of all the indoor plants that can be taken care of quickly during the chilly winter times.

Moth Orchid

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These are probably the most famous orchids, with plenty of them available all year. Provide them with filtered light and average soil moisture, and they will bloom for months with little additional care.

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Aloe Vera

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This large succulent is a popular houseplant and a folk remedy for soothing burns or itching. Aloes flower profusely in winter if given adequate light throughout the year. They require well-drained, coarse soil as well as bright light.

Corn Plant

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Corn Plant care is simple. Please keep it away from draughts and direct sunlight, which may cause the leaves to scorch. Overwatering can cause droopy yellow leaves, so keep an eye out for them. Never leave the plant in water, and always have a drain hole in the pot.

Cactus

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A cactus rarely needs to be watered because of its ability to store water and nutrients. It loves to soak up the rays of the sun and always looks good in a group, under a window or on the side of your kitchen.

Jade Plant

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This plant gets more gorgeous with age. It accepts room temperatures year-round and is comfortable with indirect sun and little water at times. A low maintenance plant for your space.

Snake Plant

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It's the most common and favourite indoor plant of every plant lover. Grow a Snake Plant if all else fails. It thrives in full sun or partial shade, prefers dry air and requires little to no re-potting. Excellent for newcomers.

Pothos

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The pothos does not require a lot of direct sunlight. There's a reason the pothos plant can be found in offices, nail salons, and shopping malls. Primary pothos care is effortless. These plants relish a wide range of conditions. They do well in sunny, indirect light and low light and can be grown in dry soil or vases of water on your coffee tables and dressing tables.

Sweetheart Plant

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Because it stays small and is so easy to grow, this is the most popular philodendrons. It's draft-friendly, but it doesn't like going too long between drinks; however, it recovers well.

Rubber Tree

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This easy-peasy indoor houseplant will grow into a two-and-a-half-meter-tall tree that will add a splash of green to your home. If you don't have room for a tree in your home, prune the long
stems regularly. Allow the tree's soil surface to dry between waterings. It thrives in medium to bright lighting and room temperatures ranging from 15 to 26 degrees. This is an exception in house plants, as in-room plants are usually small, but this rubber tree will give a different look into your room.