Easy Potted Plants

Easy Potted Plants

If you are a new gardener, you may find it not easy to cultivate some container plants at home. Some plants are not easy to grow even for experienced gardeners. You should pick up some easy potted plants to build up your confidence on indoor gardening. Actually, you have a lot of plants to choose from and they can be cultivated in a bunch or individually. You can learn a lot from the process of taking care of them.

The fern is an easy-to-care household plant family which contains a number of plants. All members of this family have attractive foliage and can be a great view in your house. Foxtail fern is a popular fern plant cultivated in thousands of homes. If prefers partial shade environment and its beautiful leave made of small fronds make a special feature as a household decorating plant. Also, it produces white flowers in spring and delicious berry fruits in autumn. Another fern species, Silver cloak, prefer dry soil conditions with partial shade. It can grow up to 6 inches in height.

Another group of easy potted plants are the perennial flowers which can live for a long time in containers, saving you a lot of efforts to plant new species each year. The El Fuego blanket flower is a popular household flower can grow up to 20 inches in height and prefer full sunlight conditions. It produces beautiful daisy flowers in spring. The RAVERS Arc of Fire African daisy is another evergreen perennial species which can grow more than 10 inches. The good thing for this plant is that they can bloom in both spring and summer, providing a long flowering period for your home.

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