In this suffocatingly polluted planet, a few tiny warriors are battling poor air quality to make our lives healthier. Plants have become increasingly relevant in our lives. Plants purify the air we breathe and provide us with fresh oxygen. The majority of plants need sunlight to thrive, but some do not. Our heinous activities, such as deforestation, land pollution, and so on, have poisoned this planet. It is our responsibility to make it better again, so choose plants as a gift and help to restore the beauty and health of this planet. We’ve brought you some plants to send to your family and friends. Order plants online and make your near and dear ones happy.
Swiss cheese plant
Swiss cheese plants are one of the most common indoor plants right now, and you’ve probably seen them all over. Their lush green leaves with distinct holes make a stunning statement in any space, and they can be grown to match any size. Monstera plants thrive in a wet, shady environment away from direct sunlight, and they benefit from daily cleaning with a moist, soft cloth. “Let the top 4cm of soil dry out between waterings to avoid root rot,” “For better results, let the top 4cm of soil dry out between waterings,” “For best results, let the top 4cm of soil dry out between waterings to avoid root rot, which is shown by yellowing or wilting leaves.” Monsteras prefer moist conditions, so avoid artificial heating and cooling. In the spring and summer, they will need to be fed on a monthly basis.
Dracaena Massangeana or Mass Cane
Because of its hardiness, this plant is common among beginner green thumbs and is frequently used as an office staple. With stalky stems and long, green leaves with light yellow and green stripes running through them, Mass Cane grows between 1.2 and 1.8 metres tall. If you’re looking for a big plant, this is a great option. This plant prefers indirect bright light, but it can also thrive in low light. It will only need watering once a week. It’s important to remember, however, that Dracaena ‘Massangeana’ is poisonous to dogs and cats, so it’s not the best choice if you have pets.
Epipremnum aureum or Devil’s Ivy
Devil’s ivy, also known as golden pothos or pothos, is an incredibly quickly and forgiving vine that can be used in almost any space. These plants are extremely low-maintenance and completely beautiful, whether they’re potted in hanging baskets or cuttings set in glass vases. The leaves are waxy and heart-shaped, with different colours depending on the cultivar: Wilcoxii has mottled white and green leaves, Marble Queen has cream and grayish-green leaves, Neon has a vivid, light greeny-yellow colour, and Tricolor has green leaves with yellow, light green, and cream dappling. They’re drought resistant and don’t need fertilisation on a regular basis. Deeply water Devil’s Ivy once a week, then cut down to once a month. Buy indoor plants online and spread happiness.
Spathiphyllum or Peace lily
The Peace Lily, or Spathiphyllum, has long been an important house plant, particularly since NASA included it on its list of best air-purifying options. It grows between 45 and 65 centimetres tall and has shiny, dark green foliage with beautiful white flowers. These tropical plants grow in soft, indirect light; however, they will tolerate low light but will bloom poorly. In the summer, a peace lily will only need to be watered and misted once a week; in the winter, it will need to be watered and misted less often. Since they dislike soggy or damp soil and are vulnerable to root rot, allow the plants to dry out between waterings. To avoid dust accumulation, make sure to wipe down the foliage.
Don’t be afraid of the Bromeliad. These beautifully coloured rosette-forming perennials make for simple, low-maintenance houseplants, despite their reputation as a plant for advanced gardeners. They prefer medium to bright light (but not direct sunlight) and thrive in shallow pots with good drainage when grown indoors. During the warmer months, you can water the plant by filling the central cup (also known as the tank) once a week, and less often during the winter. To avoid water retention, make sure you flush it on a regular basis. Since they are not heavy feeders, you can once a season drop a slow-release fertiliser into the plant’s cup or mix it into the soil. Send plants online and make your people happier.