If you want to get started in the cultivation of indoor plants take a look at this relationship that we have collected for you. Can you’ve ever tried and that first failure you’ve given up. We must persevere, but in a smart way. Choose plants easy to grow and low maintenance as these and the chances of success aumetarán tremendously.
The pilea plant or chinese money is a succulent that looks very particular. Pilea peperomioides is its scientific name and it is a plant that needs only one watering per week and indirect light.
A native of Madagascar the Xerosicyos danguyi, known commonly as plant of the coin is a succulent belonging to the family cucurbitaceae. It is a vine tenacious that need direct sun, lots of heat and well-drained soil.
The Crassula ovata , or tree of jade is a crasulácea very well-known and growing extendidísimo. Little water in summer and less in winter, well-drained soil and indirect light are their main needs. When it receives direct sun its green leaves take on a reddish or brown but the plant is still great.
Oxalis triangularis or false oxalis is a plant endemic to Brazil. You need a few hours of direct sun each day and high temperatures. You also need a substrate for potted current, good drainage and let the soil dry between waterings.
Zamioculca, Zamioculcas zamiifolia, is native to Tanzania and Zanzibar. Easy to grow and slow growing it is a plant that needs indirect light and soil rich in humus and with good drainage. Watering only when the soil is dry.
The rosary or beads pendants, Senecio rowleyanus, is by its type of growth ideal for baskets and hanging pots. Just be careful not to overdo it with the watering. The indirect light will do well to preserve the green color of its leaves because the direct sun makes you take a coloration more reddish.
The tillandsias are plants very easy to care for, they take their food from the air to be air plants, and are very decorative. Here we see how they have combined with skeletons of hedgehog to simulate the original jellyfish.
Sedum morganianum, also popularly known as the tail of the donkey or the tail of sheep, is a succulent also very decorative due to its original structure and type of growth. Direct light, provided it is not excessive, and average temperature. And a lot of care with watering to not overdo it.
The cactus, angel’s wings or rabbit ears, Opuntia microdasys, is a cactus, with very low maintenance. Lots of light and water only when the substrate is dry is the only thing he asks of us.
The aloe vera needs no introduction. Take care of the soil to choose for him, substrate type cactus, and will seek to water while respecting their own needs. It is very easy to grow and very tolerant in terms of care.
The Philodendron cordatum is a climbing tropical that is used a lot for baskets and hanging pots. Avoid direct sun and keep soil always slightly moist and are their basic needs.
Epipremnum aureum is a potos very popular for its beautiful foliage. It is tremendously tough and we are also faced with a climbing vine that needs very little light to thrive. Watering only when the substrate is dry.
The dracaena marginata, Dracaena marginata, is a plant sculpture that can grow both in bright light as low. Wait to dry the substrate before watering. The growth of its roots is quite fast so you have to change it quite a pot.
Peace lily or Spathiphyllum wallisii is also known as peace lily. It grows well in indirect light and even in the shade. In times of growth, flowering, and there is that watering 2 times a week. Once finished this period, leave watering until their leaves to turn lacias. In winter, watering very little and keep it with a cool temperature.
The monstera, Monstera deliciosa, is a plant of spectacular of very easy culture. It is perfect to recreate a tropical environment.
Maranta plant or of prayer, Maranta leuconeura, is another plant of tropical origin, it grows very well indoors. Indirect light and humidity are their unique basic needs.
El ficus lyre, Ficus lyrata, although it is a large tree in its natural environment can be grown indoors with ease. You need indirect light and watering, in summer, every 3-4 days and in winter once a week.
Dypsis lutescens or areca is perhaps the tree most cultivated in the interior. Requires indirect light and keep always the humid substrate. You are good substrates clay as it tolerates moisture well.
The rubber trees , or Ficus elastica is another great known of the lovers of indoor plants. They also need indirect light and high humidity.
Calathea Orbifolia or calatea is perhaps the plant most sensitive to this selection. You need soil that is moist but well-drained soil and an environment that is not too bright.
Strelitzia Nicolai or bird of paradise giant is a great indoor plant that tolerates direct sun. Keep the soil moist and fertilize monthly to have a wonderful specimen.
Colocasia gigantea is an indoor plant with big leaves. You need a lot of indirect light so that your growing indoors can be a bit delicate. It also needs an environment quite humid.
Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’ or simply sanseviera or the tail of a tiger is a plant of very popular indoor. It is a plant virtually indestructible that supports any light condition and irrigation.
The well-known poison, in any of its varieties can also be grown indoors with ease. By its growth it will be very well in pots and hanging baskets.
Nephrolepis exaltata or fern Boston also fits very well in hanging basket. Indirect light and soil that is moist and rich in nutrients are your main needs.
Nephrolepis cordifolia is a relative to the australian of the above. You share their same basic needs.
The fern feathery, sea foam or Asparagus plumosus is a plant very easy to grow indoors. Indirect light and water when dry the substrate is of so little accurate.
The anturio, Anthurium Scherzerianum, has a double interest in decorative interiors. By their bright and showy flowers, and by the no less attractive green leaves. There is that to avoid the direct sunlight and letting your substrate dry out between waterings.