Indoor Gardening Ideas – 7 Houseplants that Add Oxygen to your Room

Even if you have no garden at all, you need not do without plants. Indoor plants add unmistakable living beauty to the inside of your house. An increasingly wide range of plants is available for growing indoors, from easy – care varieties for lazy gardeners to unusual species that require a degree of pampering.

Looking well is what matters most about houseplants, and it is usually better to spend money on one really flourishing plant than to compose one of those complicated displays. Color is one thing, but fragrance is too, and there are house plants that provide sweet smells inside.

1. Spider Plant

One of the resilient houseplants with lots of rich foliage and tiny white flowers, the spider plant is one of the most useful plants to fight pollution.

2. Norfolk Island Pine

It stays healthy if given ample light and humidity, in low light the lower branches may turn brown. It seldom grows taller indoor but it can reach 200 feet outdoors. Pics Courtesy

3. Chinese Evergreen

This plant has great foliage; the leaves are filled with shades of silver, gray and shades of green making Chinese evergreen an attractive choice to brighten low-light areas of your home.

4. Grape Ivy

Deeply cut leaves; grape ivy is a vine with tendrils that readily cling to a stake. Shiny, deep green leaves create a very nice texture. It is perfect choice for lush, tidy- looking hanging baskets.

5. Boston Fern

Lacy fronds make Boston fern make it a well suited to hanging baskets or for display on a pedestal. This tough plant will live for decades if you keep it moist and give it moderate light. Boston fern create a classic feel in the room.

6. Philodendron

It is a durable foliage plant has been the backbone of indoor gardening. Pretty, heart-shape leaves adapt well to low-light spots.  It often grows on the large pieces of furniture, and make easy to create an upright tower of green.

7. Ponytail Palm

Graceful arching leaves are always attractive and its swollen trunk looks great, too. Keep your ponytail palm in a container only a couple of inches wider than its trunk base to control its size.