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The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In Westfield

December 17, 2021
Blue and green apartment at Union Street Flats.

You may refer to them as “houseplants,” but indoor vegetation can prosper in an apartment also. Plants add color to your apartment, improve air quality, lighten your feelings, and let you feel near to nature when you can’t travel out of your apartment to experience your beautiful community. The top plants for apartments in Westfield don’t want much pampering. If you are looking for some topiaries or succulents around your home, these no-fuss houseplants are a great present for your apartment.

The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In Westfield With Low Light

A bedroom with a plant in the corner in 116 apartments.

Your apartment floor plan was created for human inhabitants but notnecessarily vegetation. If your apartment doesn’t bring in lots of sun, you can find greenery that grow in artificial light. Spider plants are popular, easy plants that don’t demand a lot of sunlight. These plants feature slender spiky leaves and reproduce by sending out “spiderettes,” or smaller doppelgangers of themselves that dangle from the primary plant. They are nice on top surface that allow the tendrils room to dangle. Spider plants are awfully adaptable and only require water when the soil are dry. They also don’t mind a crowded pot, so you don’t have to re-pot them very often.

Don’t overlook the peace lily as a great plant for Westfield apartments. These sweet plants have fashionable forest green leaves and white flowers. They are tall rather than wide and won’t need an abundance of sunlight, so you can park one in any corner in your apartment. They also don’t demand much water and will tell forgetful caretakers that it’s watering time when the drop leaves.

The Best Apartment Plants That Won’t Need Constant Drinks Of Water

A kitchen with succulent plants on a counter in Echo Park Bloomington Apartments. 

If you’re a work-a-holic, traveling, or loving your community’s outdoor amenities, it’s easy to fail to remember to take care of your houseplants. To avoid killing your plants, get cacti and succulents. These desert-native plants only need to be watered once a week in summer months and less during colder months. Plant them in a succulent and cactus potting mix and put them in a sunny spot like a bedroom window sill.

Succulents and cacti arenow trendy as decor knick knacks. You can get them in numerous colors, shapes, and sizes. Show off your succulents and cacti in fun pots or floating terrariums, or combine several species in a large pot.

The Most Popular Plants For Cleaning Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Microscopic toxins from general dust and household sprays can accumulate in the environment in your apartment. You’ll breathe easier with live plants like snake plants and pathos. They suck up contaminants from the environment and release clean oxygen back into your living space.

Pothos are plants with large leaves with long stems that like to come over the corners of shelving or baskets. They work in almost all lighting with regular watering.

Snake plants have rigid, pointed leaves that stand upright. They differ with some other popular vegetation if you are looking to display a few varieties together. Snake plants can resist a bit of abandonment and require not much light or water, making them tough to kill.

Any Plant Is Perfect For Harmony Apartment Homes

Harmony Apartment Homes has a great apartment for you and your house plants! Contact our Leasing Specialists and ask about our spacious floor plans, desirable amenities, and friendly community. Just call 317-795-0224 or schedule a tour to find your new home.