Large Indoor Plants

Large Indoor Plants

If you have a lot of space inside your house, it is a good idea to put some large indoor plants to fill these spaces. The can bring great decorative values for your family and they are also able to purify the air by removing harmful chemicals in the air. Actually, there are a number of commercial indoor plants you can choose from the local nurseries. You can choose your favorite ones bases on your requirements.

As a popular household plants cultivated by thousands of families, Aloe Vera’s sap has some special herbal healing capabilities and can help to relieve the burns on the skin. This plant only has sword-like leaves and no stems. They prefer to grow in a partial-shade area with no direct sunlight. The interval for two consecutive watering should be when the top soil dry out a little bit. You should avoid over-watering your Aloe Vera plant, and otherwise their roots will rot quickly.

Ficus is one of the large household plant species planted in many homes. Different species have different size and shapes. Among all Ficus species, Weeping Fig is one of the most common species. It has glossy green leaves and strong trunks. You can prune the tree into a bushy plant or into a small tree with dense foliage. During pruning, you should keep one stem and remove other weak ones. Like most household plant, Ficus like indirect sunlight and uncomfortable conditions will cause them to drop leaves. You should let the soil dry out a little bit between two consecutive watering. You should avoid over-watering your plant at all times.

Schefflera is a fast growing household plant which has beautiful green foliage with several attractive petals. It can be cultivated very easily and you do not need too much time for maintenance. Although they are usually purchased as a small plant, you can grow them into some large ones at home. Like all other house plants, Schefflera likes indirect sunlight and adequate water to grow happily. You should keep an eye of some insects like spider mites which might cause some issues on this plant.

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