Most adults aren’t expected to keep their homes organised. However, a few of you would like to decorate your homes with the right things to create a likeable environment at home. And for this, there are options like adding a bookshelf, side and centre tables, hanging plants and picking a few showpieces, and a beautiful wallpaper to add the glow. 

You can play with colours and pick artistic stuff that looks indifferent and informal. But, you need to be careful when choosing plants because not all plants are suitable for keeping inside your home. Also, you can’t pick big size pots to keep inside the house; you need to choose small pots that can fit on shelves and tables and some hanging planters. So, to get various pots and planters, you can check out a wholesale ceramic planterplatform to get them at an affordable price. 

Usually, ceramic pots cost a bomb, but if you know the right place and at the right time, you are most likely to get an excellent deal. But before shopping for planters, you should decide which plants are suitable to be kept inside your home. 

List of Plants That Are Safe and Healthy to Keep Inside the House
  • Aloe Vera

A plant with anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, Aloe Vera, is one of the best choices to keep at home. You can plant aloe vera in your yard if you have one, or you can grow a small plant if you live in an apartment. And for this, you need a medium-size ceramic planter with fine mud in it. So, place the pot at a spot where there is enough sunlight and water it regularly, and this little plant will be responsible for air purification in your house. 

  • Rubber Tree

A rubber tree needs a little space and sunlight to remove CO2 from your home. It is a plant that can tolerate negligence and is best for people who forget to water their plants from time to time. This way, instead of overwatering the plant, it is okay if you fail to water it for a day or two. Also, you might need a slightly bigger pot to plant a rubber tree inside. 

  • Snake Plant

The snake plant does not have to do anything with a snake, but the name has been given to it because it has sleek and upright leaves with irregular patterns that look like snakeskin. It is a preferable plant for newbies who have no experience with planting, as this low maintenance plant can survive days without water and with little or less sunlight. A snake plant can survive in a small planter, so look for company ceramic pots that look stunning to be kept on the centre table. 

  • Monstera Deliciosa

One of the easiest growing plants that do not dry out in the summers is Monstera deliciosa. And instead of going dry, you can expect to see a new leaf every week during the hotter seasons. It is a low maintenance plant that adds to the beauty of your house, so place them near the window on the top of a bookshelf, and pick a bright ceramic planter to attract every eye in the room towards your gorgeous plant. 

  • Dracaena Gold Star

The dracaena gold star is a plant that adjusts to changing weather conditions and does not demand much care. It tends to grow taller than the other mentioned plants, so the best place to keep it is in the corner of a room and on the floor. So, if you have cosy seating with a lovely lamp and a rug, keep the dracaena gold star at one end to complete the setting. 

As you’re now aware of the plants, you would find different pots at a wholesale ceramic planterstore, so just remember to pick unique styles and shapes to give your house a funky and indifferent look. And, don’t fall prey to cheap quality products by looking at their price. 

 

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