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Eat the fruit of happiness and be happy, make your life joyful by growing a Peachtree in your garden in a few easy steps.
Peach is a fruit tree originated from Northwest China and Tarim basin that commonly grows throughout the warmer temperate regions. The fruit is edible and very juicy one. This species is normally cultivated in regions of Northern and Southern hemispheres.
It is found to be widely cultivated within the regions of Persia(Iran) and China. China is the largest producer of peach which is proven by statistics that they alone produces approx. 62% of the world’s peach.
Peach fruit is also considered as a stone fruit of agricultural relevance due to its economic value as well as its health benefits.
These fruit species are preferred for humid conditions as they are extreme humid tolerable species.
Scientific name: Prunus persica
Peach fruit grows best within a temperate climate. Generally, tropical and subtropical regions are not preferred except at high altitudes. This species requires certain cooling hours for its proper growth but is advised to keep away from hard frost. Growing peach in late winter or early spring is believed to provide with mind-blowing results.
Be careful on: Peace fruit should be evenly moist in its first year. It is to remember that excessive wetness can create fungal diseases in Peach trees.
1. Peach fruit trees can grow up to 6.5 meters in height.
2. Pruning is needed for Peach fruit trees during cultivation.
3. It owns a gland at its bases that secrete a fluid due to which ants and other insects are attracted.
4. Ripen peach fruit can be determined from the outer skin of its fruits. Generally, their skin turns into red, fuzzy or downy when ripen.
5. The stems, leaves, and seeds of Peach trees contain cyanide which can be toxic to humans and animals so be careful for livestock.
“Redhaven” is the most common and recommended variety of peach plants to grow.
Planting a peach tree takes a lot of patience as it might take up to 3 months to germinate or sprout. But, for early results just try to follow these tips which will definitely works best:
1. Grab some peach pits and crack them open to get to the seed inside.
2. Soak the seed overnight in lukewarm water.
3. Prepare soil by mixing vermi-compost in a jar. Put the seed inside moist soil and then in refrigerator. But be aware not to make soil moldy in the name of moist.
4. The germination process can take long weeks to months, but don’t lose hope and check biweekly.
5. If seed(s) do sprout, that means they are ready to be transplanted onto the field or into a pot.
At the early stages, the seeds can be transplanted into a pot and later transferred onto the real field. Just make sure to plant the seeds with the root facing down inwards. Check if the soil passes the below requirements.
– Make sure the soil is well-drained loamy soil. The ph of the soil must be 6 to 6.5 for the optimal growth of the peach tree.
– Normal soil with cocopeat, peat moss and perlite can be highly beneficial for plants’ growth.
– Always plant the peach seeds at the location receiving maximum sunlight. Peach grown in shade are vulnerable to pests and diseases making it much harder to maintain on top of already hard and long beginnings.
– Dig a hole that is 2x (2 times) larger than the original root base. This is to make the roots grow properly underground.
– Now finally plant the seed with the root facing down into the hole. Cover the seed loosely with the soil and spray some water.
– Be aware on overwatering; for this just check the soil by tip of your finger pressing onto the soil.
The peach trees must be pruned yearly to prevent the trees from getting weak, making them less vulnerable to pests and diseases whilst also increasing fruit yield.
The peach trees are sensitive to fungus, and some insects. During early stages they are vulnerable to diseases if grown in shady areas with less sun.
Probable reason why your peach might have stop growing?
– Your rootstock might not be healthy enough.
– There is not enough space for your tree root to spread further due to compaction of trees.
– Plantation of wrong varieties of trees according to location, climate and temperature.
Why your pear bear poor quality fruits or even don’t bear fruits?
– Poor quality fruits might be due to dying off of scion or upper part of tree graft.
– Overfertilization, reckless pruning, low temperature, lack of chilling hours and other climatic factors.
Why your seeds are not germinating?
– Use of warm water to soak seeds.
– Soil with poor drainage.
– Use of low quality seeds from low quality fruits.
|150 grams of Peach contains|
|Fat||Less than 1 gram|
|Vitamin C||17% of daily value|
|Vitamin A||10% of daily value|
|Potassium||8% of daily value|
|Vitamin E||5% of daily value|
|Vitamin K||5% of daily value|
|Copper||5% of daily value|
|Manganese||5% of daily value|
1. National Peach Month is celebrated in August.
2. A large peach contains less than 70 calories.
3. Overall, there are more than 2000 varieties of Peach.
4. China produces 62% of the world’s peaches.
5. Georgia is considered the “peach state” because it produces many peaches.
6. Peaches are considered the fruit of calmness in Hungary.
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– process by which vermi (worms) are used to convert organic materials (usually green wastes) into a humus like material known as vermin-compost (Environmental Management, 2017).
1. Nutrient-rich organic fertilizer to the soil and soil conditioner (Zularisam et al., 2010).
2. Increase soil ability to hold available nutrients.
3. Improve soil aeration and drainage capacity.
4. Improves soil structure i.e. suited for plant growth.
5. Increase useful bacteria in significant amount.
6. Mitigation of plant disease and suppression of plant pathogens (Trillas et al., 2006).
7. Eco-friendly techniques.
You could Prepare your Vermicompost by just following 7 simple steps presented below:
1. Prepare your bin or bucket
– Prepare vermicompost in whatever you have whether bin or bucket.
– Take 2 bucket i.e. one sitting inside other with little gap at bottom to collect seeping liquid (vermiwash).
– Make hole at the bottom (to drain out excess liquid) and at sides (for air circulation) using nails.
2. Shred Paper for Bedding
– Make bedding layer with old newspapers or toilet paper tubes, and egg cartoons.
– Keep the bedding layer moist but not soaking wet.
3. Add other Raw Materials (Food and soil)
– Add kitchen waste to the bucket or bin or trash.
– Add green waste or dry leaves collected from garden too and wait for 2 weeks.
– Collect some soil and mix it with composted leaves and add this as final layer.
– Sprinkle with some water at few days interval.
4. Add worms
– Earthworms, redworms and Eisenia fetid – best worms for vermicomposting.
– Add these worms on top of composted waste and cover it with thick card-board on top & stone to prevent the wind effect.
– Place bucket in shade
5. Regular- interval maintenance
– Invest periodically and maintain the bin so that the worm become healthy and give best results.
– Put your finger in soil and if it is hot shift it to cool places immediately.
– Within few months there will be plenty of nutrient-rich worm castings to harvest.
– For harvesting; bring another container with plastic bag inside it and then fill it or pour it directly into another tray.
– Again use same container for another preparation.
7. Add Vermicompost to the Plants
– Add small amount of vermicompost to your plant to enjoy their growth in-front of your eye.
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Rambutan, a unique fruits, might be the ones many might not have even heard of. But, those who gets its taste and knows its benefits; they find this fruits as one of the best fruit species.
Let’s explore about this highly beneficial and nutritious species and learn how to grow them at your own backyards.
Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) is an exotic sweet fruit found in Southeast Asia. Appearance-wise they are red golf-sized fruits with lots of hair on its surface. From inside they are just like lychee fruits i.e. white sweet flesh with seed in middle.
This fruit got its name from the Malay word in which rambutan means hairs. This name was originated from Indonesia and has the tag for a superfood as well.
The tree of rambutan can grow up to the height of 80 feet. They are found in different tropical regions like Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc.
From a health perspective, rambutan fruits are very rich in nutrients and antioxidants. This fruit has got lots of nutritional values with low calorie and has various diseases fighting elements.
Consuming 5-6 rambutan fruits daily will help you to improve your immune system, removes unnecessary fat, and allow a healthy digestion system.
Difference between Rambutan and Lychee
Many people think that rambutan and lychee are the same fruits. Although they belong to the same family from appearance-wise and taste-wise both of them are completely different fruits.
Rambutan is slightly bigger than the lychee and has a sweet, creamier, and rich taste. But, lychee has a slightly crispier and floral taste.
Apart from this, rambutan has many nutritional benefits and is believed to be healthier than lychee. Hence, many fruit experts prefer rambutan fruits rather than lychee.
Varieties of Rambutan
How to Grow Rambutan fruits
In order to grow rambutan fruits, a gardener should consider the quality of the soil, appropriate temperature, climate, water, and fertilizers. If you have proper knowledge of these things then it will be easy for you to grow rambutan fruits. For the first 2 years, you need to grow rambutan in a pot before migrating it towards the mainland.
Rambutan can be grown at an altitude of 1800-2000 feet from the sea level. The best time to grow the rambutan plant is between June to November. Also if the temperature and the soil quality are maintained then you can grow this plant in any part of the world.
The following are the steps that will help you to grow the rambutan fruit:
The Requirement for Growing Rambutan Fruits
How to eat Rambutan fruits
Rambutan are delicate fruits so it’s better to consume within 2-3 days as it doesn’t last fresh more than that at normal room temperature.
The white flesh part of rambutan is edible and to get to that white part you need to peel the outside hairy surface of the rambutan. Either you can peel it with your hand or can use a knife to cut it open. After removing the surface you need to remove the seed as well and then you can have it.
It is better to avoid eating seeds and peel of rambutan as they contain some amount of toxic components so they are unsafe for your health.
Nutritional Value of Rambutan
From each 100g of rambutan fruits you will be getting the following nutritional values:
Vitamin C: 7.4mg
Vitamin A: 4.5IU
Health Benefits of Rambutan fruits
Health Benefits of Rambutan leaves
Rambutan fruits fun facts
I hope you have enjoyed reading this article and gain some good information regarding the rambutan fruits and its health benefits. Have you ever tasted this sweet fruit? If not then you can get this fruit from your nearest Asian market.
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People nowadays are suffering from all sorts of skin diseases which is very harsh to get rid off. So, in an attempt to get rid of these extremely irritating skin problems they are using countless chemical remedies which may cause adverse side effects in the long run. What if we could have remedies with minimal to nil side effects and yet extremely effective as well? Herb based remedies can be an excellent solution without any side effects.
Hence, let’s discuss about top 8 plants effective to cure various acute as well as chronic skin disease.
In this modern world full of pollution and chemicals, skin disease are now occurring more than ever before. Recent studies have repeatedly shown skin diseases as one of the major health issues affecting people from all age groups from neonates and infants to elderly people.
It has become extremely difficult to maintain good skin health in modern world due to multiple causes including nutrition, pollution, chemicals and much more. Even minor skin problems can make you irritated and extremely moody and affect your life & efficiency in ways you’ve never thought before. So, this article is for those who want ever-glowing healthy skin without any harmful effects in long run.
COMMON SKIN PROBLEMS
Skin disease is one of the most frequently occurring diseases in all age groups of people. There are thousands of conditions affecting the skin or even more. However the most common diseases includes:
TOP 8 PLANTS PROVEN EFFECTIVE AGAINST SKIN PROBLEMS
To get you started on your healthy and ever glowing skin journey, here are Top 8 plants recommended for curing your skin disorders:
1. Aloe-Vera((Aloe Barbadensis)
Aloe-Vera commonly known as Barbados aloe or Aloe is one of the best herbal remedy for a large number of skin diseases since ancient times. The active components of aloe includes Aloesin, Aloeemodin, Acemannan, Aloeride, Methylchromones, flavonoids, saponin, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals which are found in the gel of the aloe leaves. The polysaccharides forms a protective gel when applied in the skin.
Properties : Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, Anticancer, Immune boosting and Hypoglycemic
How To Use
2. Turmeric(Curcuma Longa L.)
Turmeric also called kurkum is one of the most common ingredient in Asian cooking and has a bright yellow dye property imparting yellow color to the foods. It has been recorded as one of the best medicines in Sidhha medicine common in Asian regions. The active chemical constituents includes a group of compounds called curcuminoids [curcumin (diferuloylmethane), demethoxycurcumin, and bisdemethoxycurcumin].
Properties: Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, Antiviral, Antibacterial and Antiseptic
How To Use
3. Oats (Avena Sativa)
Surprisingly, oats commonly taken as cereal for breakfast in our day to day lives is an another excellent plant that can be used to cure various minor skin problems. The compounds called Avenanthramides present in oats are powerful Anti-inflammatory agents and also excellent Anti-oxidants. Colloidal form of oats are centuries old skin remedies for various skin disorders like skin rashes, burns, itches and eczema.
Properties: Anti-inflammatory and Anti-oxidant
How To Use
4. Chamomile(Matricaria Recutita)
Chamomile, also called Daisy or Babunaj is a well known medicinal herb i.e. used for a variety of healing purposes. It helps in regeneration of skin cells and works as an antioxidant, helping to prevent free radical damage on the skin. The dried flowers contain many terpenoids(Bisabolol, Matricin, Chamazulene)and flavonoids (Apigenin, Luteolin) which is responsible for its medicinal properties.
Properties: Antibacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-inflammatory and Antiseptic
How To Use
5. Neem ( Azadirachta indica)
Neem was considered extremely useful in the treatment of various kinds of skin diseases since ancient times. Being one of the most important plant in eastern ancient medicine, the plant is a boon for people even with chronic skin conditions. The most important active constituent is Azadirachtin and the others are Nimbolinin, Nimbin, Nimbidin, Nimbidol, Gedunin, Salannin, and Quercetin. It is claimed to be capable of healing all kinds of skin conditions according to Hindu scriptures and various researches conducted are in line to this claim as well.
Properties: Antibacterial, Antiviral, Anti-parasitic, Anti-inflammatory, Anticarcinogenic, Antioxidant and Immune upregulation
How To Use
6. Cannabis( Cannabis sativus)
Cannabis (Ganja, charas or Weed or Marijuana) is a plant well known for it’s intoxication related uses i.e. an excellent skin disease remedy as well. The Cannabinoids present in the plant is responsible for its medicinal as well as the psychoactive effect. It has been found effective for the treatment of eczema and skin diseases like dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis/cradle cap, psoriasis, lichen planus, acne and roseacea.
Properties: Anti-Inflammatory, Wound healing, Analgesic, Antifungal, Antiviral and Antimicrobial
How To Use
7. Garlic ( Allium sativum)
Garlic is another commonly used ingredient in Asian cooking. The regular use of garlic in Asian cooking may be because of its various kinds of health benefits. One of it’s most important medicinal use is in the treatment of skin diseases. The active component of garlic, Allicin, is found to be effective against various kinds of chronic and acute skin conditions.
Properties: Antibacterial , Antifungal, Antiviral, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-ageing and Antiseptic properties
How To Use
8. Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Licorice root and leaves have been used for centuries in traditional medicine and skin care regimens. It’s sweet aroma has made it popular as a perfume too. Glycyrrhizin,a saponin is the medically active ingredient with medicinal properties in the plant. It is effective against various skin conditions including chronic contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis. It’s extract has been effective for comforting patients of rosacea as well.
Properties: Anti-oxidant, Anti-inflammatory and Antimicrobial
How To Use
All of us have witness several varieties of fruits in our daily life. But, if we start exploring fruits around the world; we will certainly found some uncommon and crazy fruit species that we might not have ever seen or even heard of. These types of fruits (strange fruits) are mostly specific to certain countries only and are also very rare.
Let’s try to generate some interesting facts and information on this fascinating topics i.e. strangest fruit that you had barely heard of.
TOP 10 STRANGE OR CRAZY FRUITS
To get you started, here are top 10 bizarre fruits that people consume but are very less known:
1. Monstera deliciosa (Swiss cheese plant)
Swiss cheese plant (Fruit salad plant) is a native fruit species of Mexico which tastes like combination of different fruits such as banana, mango, guava, passionfruit and pineapple on maturation. The fruit of this species takes at least 10 months to ripe and resemble an ear of corn.
Courtesy: Randy’s Tropical Plants and Simple Gardening
But, be careful not to consume unripe fruits as it may cause severe throat and skin irritation. Unripe fruits of this crazy fruit are choke full of oxalic acid (used for bleaching wood and cleaning rust off metals). It is used to make jam too. High intake of pulp of this fruit also have laxative effect.
Note: If the fruits contains sections with scale that has not dropped or tore out then the fruits are still dangerous to consume and hence, need more time to reach maturity.
2. Physalis (Golden Berries)
Cape gooseberries (Inca berry) is a fruit species native to Peru. It is found in South America since back to Inca empire. Golden berries are bright, orange-colored fruits like a tomatoes; so called ground tomatoes too. This fruit is actually incorporated in beautiful heart shaped papery husk.
They are found to do well in warmer climates. They are rich in calories, fiber, beta-carotene, lutein, anti-oxidants and vitamin K along with little calcium. Besides sweet and sour fruits they possess multiple health benefits too such as protection against free radicals, blockage of growth of cancer-causing cells, boost immunity, reduce inflammation and improve bone health too.
3. Star Fruit (Carambola)
Carambola are sweet and sour fruit species native to tropical South-East Asia and resemble the shape of 5-point star. The ripe carambola fruit is light yellow in color with slightly brown ridges, The smaller green colored fruits are sour and usually not preferred to eat.
Although its quite strange fruit; it is loaded with uncountable nutrients (Vitamin A, B &C), minerals (zinc, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, etc.), dietary fiber and antioxidant (Quercetin, gallic acid, and epicatechin). So, this fruit possess multiple health benefits too such as preventing skin disorder, improving heart health, promoting weight loss, regulating blood pressure, boosting digestion, etc.
4. Feijoa (Acca sellowiana)
Feijoa (Pinapple guava/ guavasteen) is a small evergreen tree native to southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and parts of Argentina. Small elliptical fruit and flower of Feijoa is edible.
According to multiple research source; this fruit is packed with full of healthy nutrients (Fiber, Vitamin C, folic acid, potassium, magnesium and vitamins). They are also fantastic for pregnant woman too. Skin of this fruit is rich in Vitamin C than flesh. Besides these, its leaves, fruits and seed also possesses antibacterial and antibiotic properties.
5. African Horned Melon (Cucumis metuliferus)
African horned melon or kiwano melon is a fantastic fruit species native to central and southern regions of Africa. The ripe fruit of Kiwano has orange skin and lime-green jelly like juicy flesh whose texture is similar to passionfruit and pomegranate.
These species is mainly comprised of water, and is relatively low in calories, carbs and fats. About 18% of its calories using is from the protein. This species is great source of antioxidants too that reduce oxidative stress. It possess multiple health benefits such as promoting healthy red blood cells, controlling blood sugar, promoting heart health, keeping the body hydrated and improving mood.
Akebia is an invasive shrub species native to eastern Asia, eastern central China, Japan and Korea. Akebia is a cylindrical to oblong fruit that hangs from trailing vines. It is a delicious sweet tasting fruits consumed in large amount in china.
Bitter skin of the fruit could be used after frying. Young shoots are used in salads or salt pickling. Fruits are also used to make vines. The oil could be extracted from its seed. Oil is basically used to make soaps and also as vegetable oils. These seeds are also edible on raw. A 70 gm of the fruit generally contains 57 calories and 46mg of vitamin C.
7. Water Apple/ Watery Rose Apple (Syzygium aqueum)
Water apple is a delicious fruit native to South East Asian countries and certain tropical regions of India. It is specially known for its thirst-quenching properties and health-related benefits. They prefer rich moisturized soil of wet, warm and humid climatic conditions.
The nutrient status of ripe and unripe fruit including leaves of this species is quite impressive. This fruits is low in calories and saturated fats thus, recommended for weight loss. Dietary fiber present aids in digestion. Besides this, it is also preferred for improving heart health (no cholesterol) and vision (Vitamin A) & boosting immune system (Vitamin C).
8. Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)
Mangosteen is a tropical tree native to South east Asia that produces tart-sweet fruit. The major problem with this species is that it takes 5 years to reach maturity; but once it mature it will provide us with amazing fruits. Fruit of this species is highly juicy with delicate texture and astringent flavor. They could be consumed in different forms i.e. fried, canned or dried.
This species is rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants (Vitamin C, folate and xanthones) which makes it healthy fruit species with multiple health related benefits such as anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-diabetic properties, neutralizing free radicals, promoting weight loss, preventing skin disorder, boosting immune system, etc.
9. Durian (Durio)
This large, spiky, greenish-brown fruit is considered as “King of fruits”. The fruit produces strong odor on ripening; so, westerners sometimes compare this fruit with cheese. But this native species of Malaysia is particularly very strange to the masses around the world. This tropical species could be served either cooked or may be raw too.
This species is rich in calories, Vitamin B and fiber. 100 gm serving provides 147 calories and 5 gm of fat. Similar serving provides 33% of recommended daily value of thiamine (Vitamin B1), 24% of vitamin B6 and 24% of vitamin C. Beside these, it is also good source of magnesium and riboflavin (vitamin B2) But its down-part is for diabetic patient as it have high sugar content.
Interesting facts: The older the tree, it yields more fruits.
10. Salak (Salacca zalacca)
Salak is a species from palm family native to Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. At your first glance the fruit may look weird; but you will know its beauty once you consume it. The outside of fruit of this species, known as snake fruit, is rough but the shiny, reddish-brown scaly skin is thin and easy to peel out. The inner juicy flesh with apple-like texture is yellow, white or pink in color which we consume.
This species is also a good source of vitamins, nutrients and minerals. It’s fruit contains protein, beta-carotene, vitamin C, dietary fiber, iron, calcium, phosphorous, etc. This fruit is considered to be best for heart health. One of the plus point of this fruit is they are best for young pregnant woman who experience morning sickness too.
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If you have an area (space) that can’t get enough sunlight but, you want to grow beneficial plants in that place; Don’t worry! there are many plants that do well under low light which are also perfect for the house use too.
Having a low light as well as maintenance requirements these plants are very suitable for beginners. But, do you have any idea which species are better to grow and possess greater benefits?
Let’s learn about the top 10 low-light preferring plants that are highly recommended by Learnagro.
Low light preferring plant species doesn’t mean that the plant does not require sunlight at all. As a gardener taking good care of plants is not an easy job. It is very challenging to understand how to provide a different level of care, particularly when it comes to the amount of sunlight they require. But not every plant requires the same amount of care and sunlight. Low light species prefer light intensity between 50 and 250 foot candles. These types of plants usually require fluorescent light between 10 and 15 watt per square foot of growing spaces.
TOP 12 RECOMMENDED LOW-LIGHT PREFERRING SPECIES
The following are the top 10 beautiful plant species that you can easily grow with a minimum amount of sunlight.
1. Lucky Bamboo
Lucky Bamboo belongs to the Dracaena genus. It is not a real bamboo plant. It is just like a type of tropical water lily. Lucky bamboo plants symbolize luck, wealth, and health. It is a great décor plant for your house and office. This plant is very beautiful, and with less maintenance also, it can grow very well.
Types of Lucky Bamboo plant
This plant requires slightly damp soil, indirect sunlight, and the temperature of about 65-95°F for its proper growth. So even if you leave this plant in your house and go outdoor for a couple of days, it will do fine.
2. ZZ Plant
Courtesy: Urban Jungle
ZZ is a slow-growing tall plant with round dark green leaves that fit in every corner of the house and increases the interior beauty. It can grow up to a height of 3 feet. It is very easy plant to grow and propagate. This plant can be easily propagated by cutting or crown division.
Types of ZZ Plant
In order to care for the ZZ plant, it requires bright indirect sunlight and can do very well even in shady places. This species prefer rich and well-drained soil, and it requires water when it completely dry out. Hence, it is very vital to care for the ZZ plant.
3. Nerve Plant
The unique leaf pattern of the nerve plant looks very attractive in your garden as well as in different corners of your house. This evergreen plant can reach up to a height of 30cm. It looks great in a pot and hanging basket as well. You can get this beautiful plant in different colors like green leaves with a white vein, red vein, and in pink vein.
Types of Nerve Plant
Nerve plant is a native plant of tropical rainforest so it requires the same growing condition as in the tropical rainforest floor. It requires partial sunlight with the temperature rising from 60-80°F.
4. Snake Plant
Snake plant is one of the easiest plants that any new gardener can grow and take care of. The snake plant can be recognized by its sword-shaped evergreen leaves. They act as a great indoor as well as outside décor plants.
Types of Snake plant
Snake plants can easily grow under partial sunlight or near the bright window. This plant does not require much care as well. It’s enough to water the plant twice a week. The ideal temperature requires for the best growth of the snake plant is above 50°F.
5. Spider Plant
The spider plant is one of the most admirable house plants that can grow easily even with less maintenance. This plant is named as spider plant because of spider like appearance. It’s white and green striped leaves are grown long from the mother plant. placing a spider plant on your tabletop, bathroom, bedroom, or in a hanging basket add beauty to your home and offices.
Types of spider plant
Spider plants can grow in various types of conditions. The most suitable condition for its growth is indirect bright sunlight. However, it can do very well in a shady place as well. The ideal temperature requires the survival of the snake plant is between 70-90°F. It could be propagated from baby plants regenerated by mother plants.
6. Golden Pothos
If you are a type of person who frequently forgets to water their plant then golden pothos could be good option for you. Even with less care and attention the beautiful heart shape pointed leaves of golden photos increase the beauty of your house or office. The trailing vines of pothos will even look more beautiful in the hanging basket.
Types of Pothos
Golden pothos prefers bright indirect sunlight and requires temperature of 65-75°F. This plant can survive in both high and low humidity. It requires water when the soil is completely dry.
7. Bird’s Nest Fern
Bird’s Nest Fern plants are one of the oldest plant species. You can find this plant throughout Europe and the United State as an indoor house plant. This is a tropical plant and its leaves can grow up to 2-3 feet.
Types of Birds Nest Fern
Bird’s nest fern loves to grow in low light conditions. If it gets too much light then you can see the wrinkle on the leaves. It requires moist soil and a temperature of 70-80°F. If you want to grow this plant outdoor then make sure the humid is high.
8. Chinese Evergreen
Chinese evergreen is a highly decorative, slow-growing, and mesmerizing foliage plant. It can easily tolerate low light conditions. It has a huge narrow with glossy oval shape leaves on its short stem. This species can be grown anywhere in your house since it doesn’t require full sunlight.
Types of Chinese evergreen
Chinese evergreen plants flourish in medium to low light conditions. So, while placing it in your home, make sure that the plant must get a warm temperature(70-75°F) and to a certain degree humid conditions but with indirect sunlight.
Courtesy: Urban Jungle
Monstera is the native plant of Central America. Monstera plant is famous for its unique heart-shaped leaves. They have got abnormal leaves i.e. holes are present all over the leaves. Its big and unique leaves make a statement piece in your living room area.
Types of Monstera
In order to keep this plant alive, it requires bright to medium indirect sunlight. The ideal temperature for the proper growth of the monstera is 65-85°F. Watering should be done at-least once every 1-2 weeks.
10. English ivy
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If you want to increase the beauty of your house then English ivy would be a great option for your house. English ivy is a decorative ornamental evergreen woody vine. These plants usually cover the ground or the walls. English ivy can be planted in an outdoor also using hanging basket.
Types of English ivy
English ivy requires indirect sunlight for 6 to 8 hours. The ideal temperature required for the growth of the English ivy is 40-70°F. Like other low maintenance plants, English ivy also does not require much water to grow.
11. Peace Lily
The peace lily is one of the most popular indoor plants to plant inside a house or an office. They produce flowers on their central spikes up to 16 inches tall. They have got beautiful dark leaves and white flowers that are attractive to look at while also being good at purifying the surrounding air.
Types of Peace Lilies
Peace lily doesn’t need neither much light nor water, frequent watering can be stressing for the plant. For surviving and proper growth the ideal temperature should be above 60°F and should be protected from cold and drafty windows.
12. Dracaena palm (Dragon Tree)
Dracaena palm also known as the dragon tree is an attractive indoor plant that consists of beautiful sword-like red edge leaves. This plant can grow up to a height of 20 feet in good condition. Dracaena is usually tough carefree plants but may require care for achieving the best results and avoiding different reasons for failure to grow.
Types of Dracaena Palm
Dracaena palm grows very well during spring. It requires bright indirect sunlight but can also grow in dim light. The ideal temperature requires for proper growth of the dragon tree at 70-80°F.