Best Indoor Plants in 2022

How to Care For Indoor Plants

If you're looking for new ways to decorate your home with indoor plants, consider aloe vera, Boston fern, Succulents, and Peace lily. All of these plants are great choices for a variety of reasons, from providing a bit of natural beauty to boosting your mental health. In addition to their beauty, houseplants can be a great source of oxygen, which can help relieve stress. This is why you should try to include at least one houseplant in every room of your home.

Aloe vera

One of the easiest houseplants to grow is the aloe plant. Known for its healing properties, aloe is a natural antiseptic, and can be used for a variety of purposes. The juice of the aloe plant is great for skin care, hair conditioner, and makeup removal. Simply cut a spike in the aloe plant and scoop out the juice with a spoon. This plant will produce juice on its own for as long as you keep it alive.

When caring for your aloe vera plant, it's important to keep it out of areas where it's subjected to excess humidity. Avoid placing it near a window in a room with high humidity, since excess moisture can cause fungal growth. Additionally, be sure to rotate the plant every two to three months to keep the light evenly distributed throughout the plant. If you notice that your plant leans towards the light, rotate it to a different location. Besides keeping the plant out of over-watering conditions, make sure to check the roots of your plant for fungus gnats.

Light is essential for growing aloe vera. Plants need a minimum of six hours of light a day, with partial shade for short periods of time in the afternoon. For best results, the aloe plant should be placed in a sunny window with indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight is too harsh on its delicate skin and can cause it to wilt and die. Similarly, inadequate light can cause it to become leggy and weak.

To propagate your aloe plant, simply cut off a few leaves and transplant them into a pot. Make sure that you choose a potting mix with adequate drainage for the plant. Some of these plants even flower. You may need to repot your aloe plant at regular intervals until the new leaves appear. It's important to know that some varieties will flower. You should also take care to keep the soil moist as well as the humidity level appropriate for your aloe plant's needs.

Peace lily

When growing peace lily indoor plants, you must follow certain basic care instructions. It prefers average humidity, so misting the leaves before watering is a good way to increase humidity. Misting should be avoided in the afternoon because the sunlight magnifies water droplets and can burn the leaves. If you have a humidifier, place it near the plant to increase the humidity level around it. Also, remember to remove the deadhead and clean the soil regularly.

Water peace lilies regularly. It prefers a rich, moist soil that drains well. Use peat moss or orchid bark in potting soil to improve drainage. The roots need some air flow to avoid rotting. A regular watering will keep them happy and healthy. Peace lilies can tolerate short periods of dry soil, but they need consistent moisture. If you miss a watering, the leaves will begin to droop.

When repotted properly, peace lilies thrive in pots that are approximately one inch deeper than the current container. They can be divided into several smaller plants as their size increases. If you are unsure of which pot size to choose, read the plant's care instructions. Peace lilies are happy being crowded in pots, but they do not require much space. When repotting, choose a pot that's at least two inches wider than its current one.

The best cultivar to buy for indoor plant is 'Little Angel,' a dwarf variety with compact foliage. Unlike older cultivars, 'Little Angel' blooms more profusely. 'Mauna Loa Supreme' is a medium-sized peace lily, growing only two to three feet. It has a glossy, dark-green, oval-shaped leaf and a flower stalk between 15 and 20 inches long. The flowers are small and slender, and last a long time.


Succulents are low-maintenance indoor plants, which is one of the reasons they are so popular. Because they grow slowly and do not vine, they are very low-maintenance, and they require little watering and pruning. In fact, some succulents are even drought-tolerant. Here are some tips on how to care for your indoor succulent plants. The first tip: avoid overwatering. Succulents grow best in containers.

Look for colorful, heart-shaped leaves. Panda plants have fuzzy edges and can grow up to three feet tall. They are ideal for children's rooms, and do not poke your children's fingers! Panda plants require only very low-maintenance care and can tolerate part-shade and cold conditions. This plant does not bloom, so parents should not worry about it becoming a toy. Despite its colorful leaves, however, it rarely produces flowers while kept indoors.

Fertilize your indoor succulent plants. Succulents are light feeders, so fertilizing them requires very little maintenance. Use a balanced fertilizer at one-fourth strength. Fertilize your indoor succulents monthly during the growing season. Avoid fertilizing them during the winter months because the soil is more likely to become saturated with fertilizer minerals. A regular soaking can flush out excess mineral salts. Run water through the soil for about two minutes to rinse the excess fertilizer from the soil.

Choose a location where your succulents get the best possible light. Bright indirect light from windows or skylights is ideal. If you're not able to install a window with good natural lighting, try placing them near a window that faces south or east. For the best indoor light, place your succulents in a protected area near a window. If you're placing your indoor succulent plants near a window, make sure to use a sheer curtain to keep them out of the direct sunlight.

Boston fern

The Boston fern, also known as the sword fern, is a species of fern in the family Lomariopsidaceae. It is native to the Americas, where it grows from forty to ninety centimetres, or one to two metres. Its distinctive foliage is attractive and makes a stylish addition to any room. Its bright green leaves look good indoors or out. Despite its large size, it is relatively easy to grow indoors, despite being quite hardy.

When bringing your Boston fern indoors for the winter, it's important to keep the fern away from drafty doors and heating vents. Also, Boston ferns need a consistent amount of humidity. To ensure that your plant receives the right amount of humidity, place it in a container filled with peat moss or garden soil that drains well. The plant doesn't like standing water, so if you're unsure of the humidity levels in your home, mist your fern occasionally with room temperature tap water.

You can choose from bright gold or green-and-gold fronds. You can also purchase a variegated Boston fern that has a distinct pattern in its fronds. Boston ferns are non-toxic to pets, including cats and dogs. So, if you're looking for a beautiful indoor plant, this one might be the best choice for your home. If you're tired of the boring indoor plants with Boston fern, you can choose another plant that's a better fit for you.

One common problem with the Boston fern is the presence of mealybugs, which look like white cotton clumps. While these bugs are harmless when indoors, they can stunt the growth of the plant and damage its parts. To prevent this problem, you can apply a natural insecticidal soap or water to the soil near the roots. Moreover, you can spray your ferns with water as well to keep them moist.

Snake plant

If you want to grow your snake plant indoors, you have to choose the right pot for it. Snake plants prefer porous pots that can drain water away from the roots. However, you should also remember to avoid putting peat moss in your pot - it could lead to root rot. Here are some tips to help you choose the perfect pot for your snake plant. Read on to learn about how to care for it correctly!

Water your snake plant once or twice a week. If you don't, it will die because the roots will be mushy and will not grow properly. Watering it every day may harm it, so it's best to water it once a couple of months. Make sure that you dry out the soil completely before you water it. This way, you won't drown it in water. Make sure you don't overwater it, or else it will be prone to root rot.

Besides watering your snake plant once a week, you should also take care of its soil. Snake plants grow best in soil with a pH level between 6.0 and 7.0. You can use a mix of potting soil and other types of soil. Just make sure that the soil drains well. When it is done, do not forget to allow it to dry completely. Also, make sure that you do not overwater your snake plant, as it can drown.

In addition to keeping the soil moist, snake plants need relative humidity. Relative humidity is the percentage of water vapor in the air. When it is at 40 percent, it's not too low nor too high. The humidity level will vary throughout the day and night, so make sure to watch the temperature carefully. The plants need a steady temperature of fifty degrees to grow properly. If it is too cold, it will be stressed and will die.

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