This Blog Post is a repost of one of my favorite things- PLANTS!!!
I have a lot of weaknesses. Sweets, my husband( he makes me weak in the knees! Lol!) and of course, PLANTS!! The colors, the shape of the leaves, everything related to a plant I'm all about so I wanted to show you some of my favorite, easy to maintain plants. Wanna see them? Here you go!!
The Pothos Plant (Epippremnum aureum)
There is so much I can say about this beautiful, trailing plant. There are so many varieties of this plant that it makes for an eye pleasing spectacle of color and texture to your senses. A easy to maintain plant, the Pothos is also tolerant of any type of lighting situation in your home. You can't go wrong with this baby! You can find all types of varieties here.
This plant has so many varieties and hybrids that I can't keep up! These plants offer a great deal of color and texture as well and some varieties can grow to be MASSIVE so make sure you read up on how big they can get. Be mindful- These plants can be toxic to small children and pets if ingested. Check them out here if you want to learn more about them.
Commonly known as "The Snake Plant", these hearty, low light tolerant plants fill a space like no other. Striking long and tall foliage make this easy care plant a leave alone plant. They like to be watered but if you miss a week or sometimes a bit longer, they won't be mad at you. Just make sure they like their happy location. You can learn more about the different varieties of this plant here.
Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be so attracted to these unique leaf plants but they have quickly grown on me and I can't get enough! I think it's because of the strong pigmentation of each one and the shape and texture of the leaves. Begonias can grow inside or outside and love shady and indirect lighting.They also like to be moist and humidity is a must! To learn more about these beauties, check it out here.
Plants have such personality and to be honest, I really love all of them! These are just some of my favs and make sure you let me know what your favorite plant is- I'd love to hear about it!
Until next time,