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The Best Plants For Apartments In Fishers

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

They may be called “houseplants,” but indoor plants can thrive in apartments also. Plants can add excitement to your rooms, improve air quality, boost your mood, and let you feel near to Mother Earth if you can’t travel outdoors to experience your beautiful community. The most popular plants for apartments in Fishers don’t require a lot of upkeep. If you want a few living greenery in your space, these easy-to-care-for plants are the perfect present for your apartment.

The Top Plants For Apartments In Fishers With Low Light

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

Your apartment floor plan was built for people but notnecessarily vegetation. If your place doesn’t give you a lot of direct sunlight, you can still enjoy things that grow in artificial light. Spider plants are nice, easy plants that won’t need a lot of natural light. These plants feature long flat leaves and reproduce by sending out “spiderettes,” or tiny versions of themselves that dangle from the host plant. They look nice on high surface that allow the tendrils space to dangle. Spider plants are very hardy and only need watering when the soil dry out. They also don’t mind a little crowding, so you don’t have to prune them very often.

One of the best plants for apartments in Fishers is the peace lily. These sweet plants have elegant dark green leaves and white flowers. They grow tall rather than wide and shouldn’t need an abundance of light, so you can fit one in any nook in your small apartment. They also shouldn’t need much upkeep and will show you that it’s watering time by dropping leaves.

The Most Popular 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 busy working, traveling, or loving your community’s excellent amenities, you could forget to take care of your plants. To stop killing your plants, get succulents and cacti. These arid plants only look for water once a week in summer months and even less during colder months. Plant them in a cactus and succulent soil mix and put them in a sunlit area like a kitchen window.

Cacti and succulents arenow fashionable as decor accents. You can get them in many difference shapes, sizes, and colors. Display your succulents and cacti in fun pots or floating terrariums, or mix and match different kinds in one big pot.

The Best Plants For Cleaning Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Unseen substances from outdoor dust and household things can accumulate in the environment in your apartment. You’ll breathe easier with living plants like snake plants and pathos. They eat up toxins from the environment and release clean oxygen back into your living space.

Pothos are leafy with longer stalks that want to creep over the ledges of shelves or hanging pots. They thrive in any lighting with a daily watering.

Snake plants have stiff, pointed leaves that grow upright. They diverge with other houseplants if you plan to display a few varieties together. Snake plants should withstand a little abandonment and demands relatively little natural light or water, making them tough to hurt.

Any Plant Is Perfect For The District at Saxony Apartment Homes

The District at Saxony Apartment Homes has a beautiful apartment for you and your plants! Talk to our Leasing Specialists to find out about our spacious floor plans, exciting amenities, and friendly community. Just dial 317-576-3057 or schedule a tour to meet your new home.