Indoor plants are becoming a huge trend to homeowners today. After all, they make a good addition to your home by making look green and stylish. Indoor plants to tend to make one’s home looking fresh and comfortable to live in. Even in the office, indoor plants are known to help in destressing. So it is only natural that a lot of us would like to include some indoor plants in our personal spaces. Continue Reading
Eucalyptus Growing Indoors – Eucalyptus plant with its fragrant properties and coin-shaped foliage makes a wonderful addition to your indoor environment, especially in the bedroom and bathroom. It is very attractive with silvery blue-green aromatic leaves which give off the aroma of menthol. If you are interested in growing eucalyptus indoors, you need to learn how to grow eucalyptus in a container. Continue Reading
Freshen Up Your Home With Fragrant Indoor Plants – Fragrant indoor plants offer a continuous aroma and is the natural way to keep your home fresh. Everyone’s taste is different. For example, you can choose a spicy, woodsy or musky scent while others are drawn to aromas more sweet and floral. Below is a list of fragrant indoor plants. Try some at home and in the office! To help you find your favorite, we’ve included information that describes the fragrance whenever possible: Continue Reading
Lachenalia Plant – Lachenalia (also known as Cape cowslip or wild hyacinth) is an attractive perennial plant which provides a host of tubular flowers in winter. It is a winter growing bulb under South African conditions. Despite its novel appearance, Lachenalia has never been popular because of its inability to live in a heated room. Lachenalia is a good container plant and also ideal for a sunny rockery. Continue Reading
Succulent Plants As St Patrick’s Day Decorations – In keeping with the green theme for your St. Patrick’s Day party, we’d provide you with some ideas for your dinner table decorations using succulent plants. However, please note that in this article about St Patrick’s Day decorations, green will be referred to as good for the environment green. Continue Reading
Poinsettia – The symbol of Christmas outdoors is the Holly with its bright red berries. Indoors it is now the Poinsettia (proper name Euphorbia pulcherrima) with its large, scarlet flower-heads. This was not always so – in the early 1960s it was a tall-growing shrub which was distinctly difficult to keep in leaf or flower in the average home. Things have changed – modern varieties are bushier, more attractive and much less delicate – in addition modern chemicals are used to keep the plants small. The result is that the Poinsettia of today is compact (1-1,5 ft high) and the flowers (which are really colored bracts) should last for 2-6 months.