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Top 10 Plants To Light Up Your Home

Top 10 Plants To Light Up Your Home

Plants can be your most charming companions at home. While adding an extra flair of style to your home, indoor plants also give you cleaner air. Choosing the right kind of plants can be a difficult job. To make things easier for you, we have compiled a list of Top 10 plants for your home that are low maintenance, and also have health benefits.

1. Acalypha

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One of the oldest houseplants, Acalypha is an ornamental shrub that will reward you with amazingly coloured leaves if you take good care of it. They have various shapes, and each distinct shape has its own advantages. These plants also have several medicinal benefits; for instance, they are used to treat fungal diseases on the skin.

The best tip to growing Acalypha is to provide it with sufficient moisture and humidity. After you come home from a long day at the office, the sight of bright-colored Acalypha will surely lift your spirits.

2. Coleus

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Coleus has to be one of the most beautiful indoor plants. It comes in several shapes, and the leaves have intricate patterns. They are easily available and are well-branched. They will brighten up any boring corners of the house. If you have a busy life, then these plants will work best for you as they are very easy to grow.

All you have to do is to keep them moist, especially the newly grown ones. So, tuck them in beautiful baskets from Nurserylive and enjoy their beauty.

3. Kodiak

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If you are looking for colourful and drought-resistant plants, then the Kodiak plant may be the perfect choice for you! They are also called Diervilla Rivularis. The Kodiak has a dramatic burgundy foliage and it grows contrasting yellow flowers which is a treat to the eyes during summers.

They are shade-tolerant, which makes them one of the most convenient houseplant options. These plants smell really good, which is an added benefit. Add them to your home decor and while your home looks terrific, it will smell good too.

4. Money plant

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Money plant is a great indoor plant that also acts as an air purifier. It has long, trailing stems, and can be grown in hanging baskets, or can be wrapped around a trellis. It has vibrant coloured leaves that give off good energy.

This plant requires bright light, and does not require repotting. So, you do not need to invest a lot of time while taking care of a money plant. Money plant is considered to be lucky which is all the more reasons to incorporate this plant in your life.

5. Lantana Camara

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Native to the American tropics, Lantana Camara is a beautiful looking plant that comes in various colours, and will look great in your home. It is a fairly easy task to cultivate these plants. They are drought resistant and thrive well in well-drained soil..

They have numerous health benefits as well. They help in alleviating different skin disorders, and are also an insect repellent. So, while choosing a plant for your house, make sure you consider this option.

6. Syngonium

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Also called Goosefoot, Syngonium plants have beautiful shaped leaves that resemble a heart. Syngonium plants do not demand any special care. All you need to do is water them adequately, and that's all!

Although they do not require much light, their growth will be better if you provide them sufficient sunlight. They are a perfect house plant as they can literally grow in any corner of your home. You will have a plethora of varieties to choose from. So, go pick your favourites!

7. Duranta

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Native to Mexico, Duranta has a dense foliage, and it is one of the best options in case you want to add greenery to your house. They give beautiful blue blooms, which are bound to catch attention. It is a fast-growing ornamental plant and investing in it is totally worth it.

In addition to this, it is antioxidant and antimicrobial in nature, making it highly beneficial for your house environment. They mostly grow at a height of 5-8 feet but some of the varieties of Duranta can even go upto 15 feet.

Duranta is a low-maintenance plant and will grow well with full or partial sunlight and moderate watering.

8. Kaner

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Commonly known as Yellow Oleander, Kaner plants are a sight to behold. Kaner is mostly grown as an ornamental plant. It can withstand poor soil quality and intense heat. You just have to water it regularly, and reap all its benefits.

These plants grow at a height of 3 metres and come in refreshing colours of blush pink, pearl white and cherry red. They have a mild fragrance and will be a great addition to your house vase.

9. Plumeria

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Also called Frangipani, Plumeria plants have glossy, leathery leaves; and once they bloom, you can enjoy the sight of the bright coloured flowers. If you are planning to buy Plumeria, make sure you place it near a window or on the terrace, as it requires ample sunlight.

They add a touch of sophistication wherever they are placed. Since they are easier to maintain, you won’t have to invest a lot of effort while dealing with them.

10. ZZ Plant 

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ZZ plant, also called Zamiifolia, is mainly known for its thick, waxy green leaves which are wider at the base. Native to Africa, this plant can even grow in low-light conditions.

ZZ plant is easy to handle and many people prefer buying it as it is very low maintenance. It does not demand too much attention and is drought tolerant. So, it won’t wither away easily even if you neglect it for a week.

Having indoor house plants is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. You will notice that the quality of your life improves once you bring them into your home. Not to mention, you will have cleaner air while adding a touch of colour to your abode. Visit Nurserylive and make a plant a part of your life today!

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Veenu - March 20, 2021

While buying plants is there a number to consult or maintenance card for beginners?

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