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Best Plants To Grow Indoors 

Best Plants To Grow Indoors 

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I live in an apartment and do not have an outdoor space to grow plants, but I love gardening, so I have decided to start my indoor garden. Please guide me on what plants can I grow indoors? 

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Peace lily can make a great addition to your indoor garden. Its large green and glossy leaves look attractive. Plus, the white flowers on top that look like a spoon adds to its refreshing look. You can plant them in a glassy paint pot. 

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I’d say aloe vera is the best to plant indoors; you can even use them when needed, but make sure to give them enough sunlight. 

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You have made such a good decision. Staying close to nature benefits in a lot of ways. It relieves stress, improves mental health, boosts mood, and keeps you physically active. And believe me, there is a lot of variety in plants that you can grow indoors. I am listing down some here.

Aloe vera -aloe vera is one of the easiest plants to grow. You can go with smaller varieties that can easily grow on a window. They require a minimum of 6°F and bright light and usually grow up to 3ft. High and wide.

Anthurium - this is among the most favorited indoor plants. It has an attractive red color that often takes some other colors like white, pink, lavender, and green. The leaves are big heart-shaped but are suitable for indoors. Remember, do not put them in direct sunlight. 

Asparagus fern - this one mainly depends upon the space available to you and how you decide to theme it. They look good as a hanging basket plant. 

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The best plant to grow indoors is the peace lily because it's quite easy to take care of.

In order to maintain growth keep watering it and give it fertilizer as this promote the growth of white flowers which remove toxin

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I think you should go for snake plant

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This trendy houseplant is seeing its share of popularity on Pinterest and Instagram, and with good reason. It’s low-maintenance and can grow to over 10 feet and beyond. It likes bright light but can live in lower lighting situations indoors and is best not overwatered.

Bonus: snake plants can filter out chemicals in the air like benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene.

How to grow snake plant

>Do not water too frequently. Let the soil mostly dry out between waterings.

>To know when it’s time to water, don’t just rely on how the surface of the soil looks. Instead, carefully stick your finger or a wooden chopstick a couple inches into the soil. If you feel any moisture or see soil stick to the chopstick, hold off on watering.

>Water from the bottom of the pot, if possible. This encourage the roots to grow downward and deep, helping to stabilize the thick, tall leaves.

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Raising a garden offers many benefits to the gardener.

It is much healthier to grow your own food. You are fully aware of what has gone into the product and know what you are eating.

A vegetable garden also saves a lot of money.

Many are intimidated to take on the task, but starting a garden can be simple if you grow the right crops. There are many that yield a great product and don’t require a ton of work.

To encourage you to start with this very rewarding task, down below is a list of the easiest vegetables to grow so that anyone can have success.

1. Lettuce

The seeds can be found at most any general store and are very inexpensive. Lettuce is a cool weather plant so it can be planted in early spring or fall. Lettuce seedlings can actually handle a little bit of frost. As long as the temperatures don’t dip below 45 degrees Fahrenheit then the plants should do just fine.

2. Spinach

Spinach is a very easy crop to grow and deserves a top spot in the easiest vegetables to grow list. It is much like growing loose leaf lettuce. You will need to plant it in well-drained soil with compost. It can be planted in full sun or light shade. It is best to direct sow spinach

3. Green Beans

simple plant to grow with an abundant harvest. They are another plant that you will need to direct sow.

4. Cucumbers

Cucumbers can be planted directly into the ground, started indoors three weeks before planting, or you may purchase cucumber seedlings at your local nursery.

5. Root Vegetables: Radishes and Carrots

Root vegetables are usually pretty easy to grow. Radishes and carrots are the easiest vegetables of them. I love to grow these vegetables because again, they can be directly sown into the ground or grown in a container.

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I always reccommend ZZ plants for indoors cause it requires less water than a lot of other plants, so if you tend to neglect yours (rather than overwater them) you'll do well with this one. It'll thrive in bright, indirect light—but it can also tolerate low light if you have a less-than-sunny spot you want to keep it in.

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Best Plants To Grow Indoors 

Best Plants To Grow Indoors 

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Asked  10 months ago
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I live in an apartment and do not have an outdoor space to grow plants, but I love gardening, so I have decided to start my indoor garden. Please guide me on what plants can I grow indoors? 

  • add comment
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Peace lily can make a great addition to your indoor garden. Its large green and glossy leaves look attractive. Plus, the white flowers on top that look like a spoon adds to its refreshing look. You can plant them in a glassy paint pot. 

  • add comment
  • 0
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I’d say aloe vera is the best to plant indoors; you can even use them when needed, but make sure to give them enough sunlight. 

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You have made such a good decision. Staying close to nature benefits in a lot of ways. It relieves stress, improves mental health, boosts mood, and keeps you physically active. And believe me, there is a lot of variety in plants that you can grow indoors. I am listing down some here.

Aloe vera -aloe vera is one of the easiest plants to grow. You can go with smaller varieties that can easily grow on a window. They require a minimum of 6°F and bright light and usually grow up to 3ft. High and wide.

Anthurium - this is among the most favorited indoor plants. It has an attractive red color that often takes some other colors like white, pink, lavender, and green. The leaves are big heart-shaped but are suitable for indoors. Remember, do not put them in direct sunlight. 

Asparagus fern - this one mainly depends upon the space available to you and how you decide to theme it. They look good as a hanging basket plant. 

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The best plant to grow indoors is the peace lily because it's quite easy to take care of.

In order to maintain growth keep watering it and give it fertilizer as this promote the growth of white flowers which remove toxin

  • add comment
  • 0
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I think you should go for snake plant

Image for question

This trendy houseplant is seeing its share of popularity on Pinterest and Instagram, and with good reason. It’s low-maintenance and can grow to over 10 feet and beyond. It likes bright light but can live in lower lighting situations indoors and is best not overwatered.

Bonus: snake plants can filter out chemicals in the air like benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene.

How to grow snake plant

>Do not water too frequently. Let the soil mostly dry out between waterings.

>To know when it’s time to water, don’t just rely on how the surface of the soil looks. Instead, carefully stick your finger or a wooden chopstick a couple inches into the soil. If you feel any moisture or see soil stick to the chopstick, hold off on watering.

>Water from the bottom of the pot, if possible. This encourage the roots to grow downward and deep, helping to stabilize the thick, tall leaves.

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Raising a garden offers many benefits to the gardener.

It is much healthier to grow your own food. You are fully aware of what has gone into the product and know what you are eating.

A vegetable garden also saves a lot of money.

Many are intimidated to take on the task, but starting a garden can be simple if you grow the right crops. There are many that yield a great product and don’t require a ton of work.

To encourage you to start with this very rewarding task, down below is a list of the easiest vegetables to grow so that anyone can have success.

1. Lettuce

The seeds can be found at most any general store and are very inexpensive. Lettuce is a cool weather plant so it can be planted in early spring or fall. Lettuce seedlings can actually handle a little bit of frost. As long as the temperatures don’t dip below 45 degrees Fahrenheit then the plants should do just fine.

2. Spinach

Spinach is a very easy crop to grow and deserves a top spot in the easiest vegetables to grow list. It is much like growing loose leaf lettuce. You will need to plant it in well-drained soil with compost. It can be planted in full sun or light shade. It is best to direct sow spinach

3. Green Beans

simple plant to grow with an abundant harvest. They are another plant that you will need to direct sow.

4. Cucumbers

Cucumbers can be planted directly into the ground, started indoors three weeks before planting, or you may purchase cucumber seedlings at your local nursery.

5. Root Vegetables: Radishes and Carrots

Root vegetables are usually pretty easy to grow. Radishes and carrots are the easiest vegetables of them. I love to grow these vegetables because again, they can be directly sown into the ground or grown in a container.

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I always reccommend ZZ plants for indoors cause it requires less water than a lot of other plants, so if you tend to neglect yours (rather than overwater them) you'll do well with this one. It'll thrive in bright, indirect light—but it can also tolerate low light if you have a less-than-sunny spot you want to keep it in.

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