Beautiful, popular potted plants that are easy to care for
If you choose indoor plants, be honest with yourself and count on easy-care plant species if you have no intention of raising them diligently. Look best for sturdy and drought-tolerant potted plants.
Drought-tolerant plants do not require regular watering. Succulents and cacti are typical examples. Most plants die from over-watering as their roots rot. Use potting soil and put boulders in the pot.
In a concrete flowerpot
Robust plants are also tolerant of low light. Perfect for rooms like cellars or houses whose windows are darkened by treetops. Choose plants that do not need much sunlight and place them in the brightest room at home.
Shiny ground pots
Fertilizing helps to grow, especially in flowering plants, but this can be done every six months. Every time you remember, re-fertilize all potted plants.
Simple and rustic arranged
Note the temperature when you grow indoor plants. Most robust plants thrive best in the room at the average temperature. When you live in extreme conditions, both hot and cold, you choose plants that can survive both.
Cute purple flowers need fertilizer
Decorative plants on display
Garden flowers exhibited in a vase
Bright, fleshy leaves
Decorated with soil and pebbles
Beautiful nature patterns
Lighter and darker shades of green
In a wooden plate – succulent exhibition
Only for decorative purpose
Hanging plant container
Lush and lively – palm trees
Cute red flowers
Matching bedroom plants
Variety – fleshy foliage
Rural deco and sturdy plants in clay pots
Boulders and pebbles
Exceptional flower pot
Potted plants for the workplace