Plants make for trendy and useful home decor. They amplify the beauty of the house and also provide fresh and clean air to breathe thus rendering a healthy ambience inside the house. What if these plants are floral too? Wouldn’t it make the insides of the house a sight to behold?
Flowers reduce anxiety and exude an aura of happiness in the house. They are known for inspiring artistic creativity since ages and also make the work around the office more productive. Here are a few flowering indoor plants that you could place on a windowsill or on the centre table and lend a chic look to the interiors. Get ready to bag the compliments as they pour omnidirectionally.
Also known as Cobra plant, this lush green plant bear white florals with a hood like sheath that gives it its other name. The serene combo of green and white make it one of the few flowering plants that are ideal to keep in the bedroom. They require minimal watering and light conditions and ideally, they thrive in shade.
Owing to its insect repelling properties, this is one of the most desired indoor plants. The florals that it bears are quite popular because of their attractive looks and pastel hue. It requires a lot of water during the summer season but one has to remain careful to not leave it waterlogged anytime. The petals of this flower are sometimes kept inside the cloth to prevent moth. One of these interesting uses of these florals is in decorating cakes and baked goods. It’s a new aesthetic that people are loving all around the world. This flower is also used in making tea which has its own cult following.
A beloved indoor plant in India, this plant bear flowers with pink and white petals. The aroma of these flowers is used in everyday items like oil, creams, shampoos and lotions. Indirect sunlight, high humidity and minimal water are the keys to grow this plant with ease. The best place to keep these plants is in the washroom.
Also known as “Shoe Flower” in Asia, these flowers remain evergreen throughout the year. They grow best in the warm and humid climate and need a few hours of sunlight daily. These flowers have a significant place in Ayurveda too. Hibiscus tea is known as an aid for many ailments. The flowers are fuschia in colour and bring a pop of colour in the house decor.
A relative of the “African Violet”, it needs moist soil and indirect sunlight to bloom all year round. Keep the humidity at a moderate level. Mist foliage with room-temperature water or place pot on a tray of wet pebbles.
With bloomers in shades of red, pink yellow and orange, this flowering plant bears it blooms dangling like lanterns. It is named after the shape of its leaves which resembles the shape of leaves of a maple tree. It blooms constantly around the year and needs moist soil all the time. Keep it in bright but indirect sunlight.