After a long winter all our homes are in desperate need of freshening up. Finding bright new home accents to bring new life into your surroundings can be fun and cost-effective. Consider the following items if your home needs a breath of decorating fresh air.
You may be considering a new look for your home. One of the best ways to do this is to add some fresh plants. But, if you live in a small space, like an apartment, or feel like you may not have the time to look after them, don’t worry. Most indoor apartment plants require minimal care and won’t need as much time and attention as outdoor ones. Even if you are a newbie to plant caretaking, plenty of plant options will only need basic care.
The aloe vera plant is an easy-to-grow succulent that is a wonderful indoor companion. Applied externally, the juice from the leaves of aloe vera plants helps alleviate the pain of cuts, burns, and other skin injuries. In this guide, you’ll learn how to cultivate and care for aloe vera in your own house!
Monstera Deliciosa, also called Swiss Cheese Plant, is a beautiful houseplant and easy to care for. The natural leaf holes are their most unique feature, and also gives it its nickname, Swiss Cheese Plant. It’s not hard to keep this statement-making plant alive. Let’s learn how to take care of it and help it thrive indoors.
Calathea thrives in settings with high humidity, moderate temperatures, and indirect sunshine. A little additional care and attention are required for the Calathea’s distinctive leaves. Here’s a comprehensive guide on caring for your Calathea, from how much sunshine it needs to the most frequent issues and treatments.