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Tips for choosing plants

Ligth spot

Ligth spot, WITH NO DIRECT SUNLIGHT


Hibiscus, Iresine, Cacti and other succulents, 
Coleus, Lantana, Citrus  
Partial shade

PARTIAL SHADE


Aglaonema, Aspidistra, Dracaena, Ferns, Ivy, Sansevieria, Epipremnum, Dwarf Ficus



Direct sunlight occasionally

DIRECT SUNLIGHT OCCASIONALLY


Zebrina, Capsicum, Codiaeum, Saintpaulina, Nightshade,Tradescantiaera, Ivy, Chlorophytum, Cyclamen 
  Central heating in winter

CENTRAL HEATING IN WINTER


Bilbergia, Dracaena, Dracaena Surculosa, Geranium, Oleander and Palm Trees
  Window with direct sunlight

WINDOW WITH DIRECT SUNLIGHT


Azalea, Asparagus, Rex Begonia, Dieffenbachia, Monstera, Ivy, Chlorophytum, Cyclamen
  A cool place in winter

A COOL PLACE IN WINTER


Helxine, Hydrangea, Cacti and other succulents, Cleve, Rose, Fatsia, Cyclamen, Chlorophytum
      Shade

SHADE


Aglaonema, Aspidistra, Helxine, Sansevieriya, Epipremnum


 

You can pick up pots for any flowers on our website


Don't think that plant selection is easy process. It is important to consider many factors here in order to find the right type for a particular room. Many flower lovers become discouraged because their green friends wither and die. If you take into account certain factors, then you will make your home more beautiful and more comfortable with a variety of plants and flowers.

There are some helpful tips to help you choose the suitable plant and create the best conditions for it. Consider these points to find the right kind and the plant remains healthy and beautiful:

  • Ligth spot, with no direct sunlight

Hibiscus, Iresine, Cacti and other succulents, Coleus, Lantana, Citrus  

  • Partial shade

Aglaonema, Aspidistra, Dracaena, Ferns, Ivy, Sansevieria, Epipremnum, Dwarf Ficus

  • Direct sunlight occasionally

Zebrina, Capsicum, Codiaeum, Saintpaulina, Nightshade,Tradescantiaera, Ivy, Chlorophytum, Cyclamen

  • Central heating in winter

Bilbergia, Dracaena, Dracaena Surculosa, Geranium, Oleander and Palm Trees

  • Window with direct sunlight

Azalea, Asparagus, Rex Begonia, Dieffenbachia, Monstera, Ivy, Chlorophytum, Cyclamen

  • A cool place in winter

Helxine, Hydrangea, Cacti and other succulents, Cleve, Rose, Fatsia, Cyclamen, Chlorophytum

  • Shade

Aglaonema, Aspidistra, Helxine, Sansevieriya, Epipremnum

It is also important to consider your addiction to changing furniture in the room or frequent changes in housing. Plants get used to one location and often react badly even to changing locations in the same room. A monstera, for example, loves one place because it stretches in a certain direction, and a change in location leads to a curvature of the trunk. Don't forget about children and pets - some plants can be toxic or poisonous. Also, determine the amount of space you are ready to give to the plants. If you have a small apartment, then you do not need to do the jungle indoors.

You can also take into account your quantity of free time to choose more unpretentious plants. If you have a garden, then check out the catalogs with street flowers. Call the amount of sun, windiness, humidity and other climate features in your area. Any plant needs care and special conditions Therefore, it is important to take care of him and provide a comfortable atmosphere for his health.

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