Top 5 plants to grown in water
Want to bring a new look in your living space? Why not try something different this summer with your home interiors. Why not add a few plants grown in hanging decorative jars filled with water.
Plants are most versatile and are always willing to adapt to their surroundings provided their few basic needs and conditions are met.
You will only need to change their water twice a week or when it turns cloudy and muddy and even add a piece of charcoal to help against root rot and algae.
Aglaonema , also known as Chinese Evergreen Plant, is a popular indoor colorful foliage plant that is very easy to care and can be maintained at the lower light condition. They can easily propagate from cuttings and will root without soil in a glass of water or a container.
Lucky Bamboo plants are famous for their symbolism with positive Vibes depending on the number of stalks and can be easily grown in water provided they do not get direct sun and overheat. Make sure the roots are submerged in the water and add some gravels around them for firm placement.
Philodendron Scandens Aureus, also known as the heart-leaf philodendron, is an evergreen climber that is quite adaptable for growing in water. Keep a 6 inches long cutting in a clear glass jar or bowl in a location with bright indirect light.
Growing Hedera helix is an easy way to add a tropical flair to your garden You can grow its cuttings in glass containers. Snip all the bottom leaves of an ivy stem and transfer it into a glass jar and enjoy it on a bright windowsill.
Like other climbers and vining plants, the Syngonium Plant, also known as the arrowhead plant, is pretty straightforward to grow indoors in water. Keep adding fresh water twice a week and it keeps on growing. If you like, transplant it into a potting soil once the cutting sets new roots.