Beautiful indoor plants to grow at home
Rhapis - Originally from China, this plant looks very similar to bamboo, with long, thin stems.
Small and charming, this is the perfect plant for small pots.
Licuala - The licuala looks like a palm, and can be grown in a pot or in an indoor garden.
Bromelia - Even within the home, these plants need quite a bit of light, though they shouldn't be directly in the sun.
Chamaedorea - As this plant can reach almost two meters, it should be kept in a larger pot.
Coming in multiple colors, despite the name, violets are perfect for small, decorative pots within the home, as long as they don't get direct sunlight.
Often used to decorate offices and closed environments. It is resistant to air conditioning, and doesn't need to be exposed to direct sunlight.
Gerbera daisy - In addition to its beauty, the plant is very resistant and has air purifying qualities.
Viper's bowstring hemp - Due to its vertical leaves and cylindrical format, it's the ideal plant for the corners of small, indoor spaces.
Azalea - With eye-catching flowers, azaleas are plants often used in yards, but can also be used in the home if they are cared for correctly.
Spider plant -
Recommended for warmer environments, its long leaves grow in the shape of an arc, with each plant having multiple stalks.
Transvaal daisy -
This flower has air purifying properties. It needs to get plenty of sunshine and be watered regularly.
Lucky bamboo - Legend has it that this plant is synonymous with good luck when given as a gift.
Elephant's foot - This plant, that looks a bit like a coconut tree, is ideal for sunny places and does not need much water, because it is a typical desert plant.
Bromeliads - This is one of the best plants for decorating an apartment because of its small size.
Lady palm - This plant will give your home a sophisticated touch. To have it in your apartment, you will only need to water it with some frequency.