Indoor plants and vertical gardening have unique beauty and that’s why everyone likes them.

Some indoor plants:

  • Common house plants: most popular in houses.

Spider plants, aloe vera, peace lily, jade plant, weeping fig…

  • Flowering plants: flowers are the main features.

Laceleafe, African violets, Brazilian plume, Gloxinia…

  • Easy and low light: need minimum care.

Snake plants, ivy, money plants, pothos, calathea… 

  • Foliage plants: attractive as any flowering type.

Accalipha, arelia, coleus, croton petra, silver dust…  

  • Cactus plants: thrive in dry, hot climates.

Bunny ear, chin, saguaro, old lady, barrel, optunia…

  • Palm plants: large enough to catch eyes.

Ponytail, fishtail, cascade, bamboo, sago, majesty…

  • Tree type plants: like bonsai trees.

Citrus mitis, Norfolk Island pine, fiddle leaf fig, rubber plant…

Vertical Garden

A vertical garden is garden that grows upward using a trellis or other support system, rather than on the ground. A green wall is what attracts many people to vertical gardening in first place. It can free standing or attached to the wall of building and be designed for either indoor or outdoor, mostly it considered for indoor planting. Anything grown on a trellis or even a fence is technically part of a vertical garden. Nowadays it can also be used to grow flowers and vegetables. A simple structure formed by bamboo poles can allow bean plants to climb vertically, providing more growing space than would be possible in a conventional horizontal garden.

Type of Vertical gardens

  • Pocket planters
  • Tiered garden
  • Gutter garden
  • Garden made from a pallet
  • Trellis
  • Vertical gardens built from PVC Pipes
  • Hanging pots

Knowing all these, you can start to plant house plants. This is the right time for it come on, let’s do…

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