The Silver Dust plant is an interesting landscape addition. Lacy leaves of the dusty plant are attractive companions for many blooms in the garden & your workstation. Silver dust care is minimal when the plant is established. The leave is silvery-grey to nearly white and has a soft, felt-like texture. This variety typically blooms in the following colours, Golden yellow. only a basic level of care is required throughout the year to ensure it thrives. Being aware of the basic growing conditions this plant likes (soil, sun, and water) will result in a strong and vibrant plant. Growing Silver dust may effectively be used in borders or as part of an outdoor container planting.
Pilea Peperomioides/Chinese money plant/ coin tree
This is a widely loved plant with many nicknames like UFO plant, pancake plant, and Chinese money plant, coin tree. Its love of humidity makes it a great way to add colour to a bathroom or bedroom. The sprouted leafy discs could also work in any space with bright indirect light. Let the soil dry out between watering to avoid root rot. Their leaves will drop a bit when they are thirsty. You may get beautiful attractive flowers from it.
Even if you skip town for the weekend, the spider plant will not punish you for neglecting it. The self-propagating, air-cleaning, petite, and pretty spider plant will grow in low to bright indirect light, making it a great option for apartment dwellers or first-time plant parents like me.
The pothos plant can be hung from a basket or potted normally, and it will thrive in a wide variety of lighting conditions. It’s also known for its air-purification properties and can strip your home of toxins that can off-gas from furniture and rugs. You can place it in a pot or simply in the water. It needs minimal attention and grows like a good child.
This plant is incredibly tough and can survive in nearly any environment. The snake plant has tall, slender leaves that can tolerate low light (though it’ll thrive in medium or bright light). Water occasionally, allowing the soil to dry between watering. The plant grows best in typical indoor temps—between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. My snake plant is very little so my husband called it as “Aksinga” which means one horn.
If you want to add greenery to the darker parts of your reading desk or workstation, lucky bamboo is your ideal plant. It thrives in dim, indirect sunlight and can add a major sense Zen to your space— quite helpful for apartments in busy cities. Grow lucky bamboo in water, changing it every week. Add some aloe vera pulp at the time of cleaning roots and another good medicine for this plant is cinnamon powder to protect its root from unwanted bugs.
It grows very well in alkaline, clay, sandy, soil. For this, moisture soil should be good but should not be damp or soggy. The well-drained soil will give you the best results. It is a tropical plant, so loves the sun full, although it can bear some shadow. This is perfect for a sunny window. Traditionally, Kamini is used to kill traditional medical analgesic, and its wood is used for tool handles. In the western part, it is used as a decorative tree or hedge. This is my most favorite plant.
With indoor aloe Vera, you’ll have instant medication on hand for scrapes and burns, plus a funky, spiky decor item for your kitchen or living room. Keep it near a window and water regularly, allowing the top two inches of soil to dry between watering. It’s a very good ingredient for your hair, skin, stomach and also helpful to protect your plant baby from bacteria.
This plant is also known as a flamingo or pigtail plant, is an Instagram favorite plant, and it’s easy to see why, with its heart-shaped leaves, waxy, salmon-colored blooms. This plant has a lot of variety like black, dark maroon, red, etc. This plant thrives in damp conditions, so consider placing it in a well-lit bathroom. Keep out of reach of kids, dogs, and cats, however—it is poisonous if ingested.
Tulsi seeds should be started indoors 6 to 12 weeks before the last frost. Since tulsi is a tropical plant, it requires warm temperatures to germinate and should be kept in a place that’s at least 70 degrees. If your house is particularly cool, consider using a seedling heat mat to warm soil temperatures. Our ancestors grew Tulsi simply because it was used for the daily pooja ritual. All houses in earlier times had a tulsi plant growing in the verandah. Tulsi plant purifies the indoor air leaving the people in the house with a renewed sense of vigour and energy. It doesn’t need much care but a few hours of direct sunlight every day are a must.