5 Best Indoor Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Indoor Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Indoor Plants To Buy In The Summers

In the summer months, we tend to crave greenery and freshness around us. The summer brings with it long bright days and raised temperatures. There are a variety of indoor plants that thrive during this time of the year. You can decorate your space with plants according to your style, preferences, and available space.

Here are some of the best indoor plants that you can buy and beautify your space this summer:

Song of India (Dracena reflexa)

Song of India also called Song of Jamaica can be a beautiful addition to your home in summer. It has long, pencil-like stems with distinct rings and ribbon-like leaves with yellow stripes. It grows well in indirect sunlight or a semi-shaded area. It likes moist soil and requires moderate watering. It can also purify the air by removing harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde and benzene.

Croton

Croton is a colorful foliage plant that can create a dramatic effect in your home. It has variegated leaves in striking colors of green, red, orange, yellow, and pink. It needs a sunny spot to maintain its colors. It requires moist soil, but let the soil dry in between watering. Misting should be done to keep the leaves healthy and clean. Regular pruning is required to keep it in proper shape.

Schefflera

Schefflera also known as the Umbrella plant has variegated leaves that spread out like an umbrella from the stem. It is a low-maintenance indoor plant that looks amazing in pots. It is a fast-growing plant that thrives in bright indirect sunlight. Water it occasionally only when the soil has dried out completely. Pruning in the growing season can help keep it in good shape otherwise it can reach up to a height of 8 feet.

Ficus benjamina

Ficus benjamina commonly known as Weeping Fig is a popular indoor plant that comes with shiny small leaves and slender, woody stems that tend to droop. It has beautiful green and variegated foliage that can add greenery to your home or office. Grow it in bright indirect light and well-draining soil. It needs regular watering and misting to prevent leaf drop.

Monstera

Monstera also known as the Swiss cheese plant has huge, glossy green leaves with cuts or fenestrations that make it unique and attractive. You can buy it for your home to add greenery and a tropical vibe. This climbing plant loves to grow tall and can reach up to 10 feet with the support of a trellis. Avoid keeping it in low-lit spaces otherwise the new leaves won’t develop fenestrations. Regular misting is required to keep its leaves clean and healthy.

These are some of the best indoor plants you can buy this summer. These are easily available nowadays both online as well as in local nurseries.

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