Common and popular plants found inside many homes include the spider plant, aloe vera, peace lily, jade plant, weeping fig and plenty of others.
It's impossible to resist growing flowering plant types indoors. The color and beauty adds that extra touch to our homes.
Busy life and cannot spend enough time certain plants require for care and maintenance, or you have a that room does not get much light?
Foliage type indoor plants tend to require less strict caring instuctions and foliage can be just as attrcative as any flowering type.
If you have enough light and warmth you can grow cacti. Many interesting and peculiar features have enabled these to become plants for the hobbyist.
Indoor palm type plants have many popular varieties including the parlor palm, kentia, sentry, lady, sago and others.
Hanging basket house plants are fabulous displayed within certain areas of the home. Conservatories are the most suited place to grow these.
There are those that trail and others which climb. These type of plants are really fascinating to grow indoors and it's easy to get started 'learning to grow'.
Growing bulbous plants is easy when choosing the right species. How to care is important to learn and the differences between these and other root systems.
Various species are suitable plant to display and grow during the Christmas period. The color and ability to flower during winter makes them popular.
Tree type plants are suited displayed in parts of the home where they tend to get noticed well, a kind of focal point or some prefer the bonsai types.
A collection of plants grown indoors that have an unusual appearance. Some do not resemble anything like the average house plant.
Offices can be a tricky plant for growing indoors. Maintenace is an issue and growing conditions, however, many are suited.
The list of succulent plants that can be grown indoors successfully is nearly endless. There are many wonderful species.
Nature has it that ferns are very tricky to grow indoors because of their preference to very humid conditions. This collection is suitable.
Living stones are a unique type of plant that resemble stones or pebbles to camouflage them, for protection.
Vriesea Splendens, Tillandsia, Billbergia, Guzmania, Aechmea Fasciata and others.
Calathea. Roseopicta, C. Zebrina, C. Crocata, C. Makoyana, C Lancifolia and others.
Dracaena Fragrans, D Braunii, D Marginata and D. Reflexa.
Ficus Pumila, F. Lyrata, F. Elastica and F. Benjamina.
Cattleya, Lycaste, Phalaenopsis and Paphiopedilum.
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Temperature is an important factor for growth and varies from species to species.
Submit your house plant to the new forum and ask others for identification.
See the guide for repotting house plants with useful tips.
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