A little bit of greenery in your living room can really uplift the vibe of the space and your mood! But it’s always a struggle maintaining indoor plants, picking the right ones that can thrive with less sunlight and making sure they don’t die!
Localhood tip for choosing the type of plants - Ask as many questions as you might have when you are at the shop purchasing your plants. The shop owners are usually well versed with the various types of plants and care requirements and they can recommend to you the type of plant that would suit you. Secondly, like all things in life, always start easy!
To get you started, we list out some of our favorite, easy maintenance indoor plants.
Succulents are great plants for beginners. Not only are they inexpensive, but they also come in different sizes, colors and shapes. They can be grown both indoors and outdoors.
Bamboo is another option for a no-fuss-no-mess plant owner. You can choose to grow them in soil or water. You just need to switch to a bigger container or pot as it grows bigger.
Air plants are low maintenance. Once a week, give them a good soak in water, then just be creative and have fun displaying them!
Philodendron is easy to maintain and grows even in water.
Money plant survives in water too. You just need to change the water every week, remove the dry leaves and they are good to go.
Fun fact: Money plant gets its name from the appearance of its leaves which look like coins!
Aglaonema is another sturdy indoor plant. Needs semi shade and minimum water.
Snake plant is a great air purifying plant, needs low light and thrives with minimum water
Where to buy indoor plants?
Flower Market Road (Prince Edward MTR Station, Exit B1)
Sai Ying Pun- 一意花舍 La Foret (Centre Street, Opposite SYP Wet Market)
日本城JHC (Various Location)
Green It Up HK – www.greenituphk.com
Keren’s Garden – To order, whatsapp 96687736 A little bit of greenery in your living room can really uplift the vibe of the space and your mood! But it’s always a struggle maintaining indoor plants, picking the right ones that can thrive with less sunlight and making sure they don’t die!