These plants usually come from subtropical climates and are accustomed to growing in Indoor conditions. Subtropical plants can handle fluctuating temperatures between day and night, and season to season can grow in low light condition and tolerate frequent drying out are considered the best indoor plants.
After buying the indoor plants from the nursery, gradually acclimatize plants to your home’s environmental conditions. In starting, keep up the water and the field properly. After this Decrease, the attention slowly and leave them to Harden up But don’t neglect them too much.
Choose the right spot for Indoor Plants
First of all, decide the place where you want to put your plant before buying. Some people often make the mistake of choosing plants that are not suitable for their space. Different plants thrive in other spots. Don’t try to squeeze plants between or behind the furniture; it can block their airflow, and plants will have difficulty breathing.
Good airflow keeps the indoor plant healthy and stems stronger. Plants get better temperature control and CO2 replenishment with good airflow. A good airflow not only decreases the occurrence of certain diseases but also reduces humidity. Your plants should have enough space to thrive.
There should be a minimum of 6 inches of space between your plants and furniture. Place your plants near hallways, in front of windows, and on top of the tables or the spots with good air circulation. If you do not have proper airflow or windows in the home, then choose some hardy plants that can survive in this environment.
Temperature for Indoor Plants
Temperature is also a significant factor for indoor plants. Central heat causes the soil to dry out fast, and air-conditioning causes the soil to dry out slowly. That is why you should keep your plants away from radiators and air conditioners. Your plant needs less watering during the summer as the air conditioner keeps your home cool, while in winter, it needs more watering as the heat is blasting inside.
Some plants need more humidity. Heating and AC units cause low humidity that dries out the air, so keep your plants away from radiators. If you choose a tropical plant like Bella palm or philodendron, mist them regularly to provide proper moisture. If it is not possible for you, then you can select the plant that needs less humidity.
Choose the right size plants
Choose a short plant to sit on a table, and a larger plant takes place on the floor. Always choose a little or smaller plant as it will grow that you finally want. If you live in a small house, then don’t choose a big or fast-growing plant. Small plants are easy to move on, while bigger ones are heavier and difficult to move around.
Choose the plant in the proportion of the other things that are in your room. A large plant is not suitable for a tiny table, while a small plant is not suitable for a big table.
Small plants are light and easy to move; they are perfect for shelf-stable windowsills. Plants approximately 2.5 to 5 inches tall are suitable for chairs, couch entrances, larger counters, or sitting areas; they fill up the space and corners.
Choose your plant depending on the spot where you want to place the plant. A north-facing window provides low light, and a west-facing window has medium light, while a south-facing window provides high light. Without good light levels, the health of your plant will not be good. So choose the plant that can thrive in your desired spot. Bright light plants need strong sunlight most of the day.
Medium-light plants need filtered, partial, and indirect sunlight. Please place them in an East or West facing window. Low light plants can thrive in minimal levels of natural light; you can place them in stair landings where they receive fluorescent light or a north-facing window. Some indoor plants are toxic for pets. If you have pets, then choose the pet-friendly plant. You can also choose air purifying plants.
If you often go on vacation, then move your plant into a room where they can get proper air circulation and better light before going. Your room temperature should be between 69 Fahrenheit to 72 Fahrenheit when you go outside.