Published at Tuesday, July 31st 2018. by Latasha Wilder in Design Garden.
The Bromeliad is a beautiful plant with a bright fragrant bloom that lasts longer than the blossoming period of a typical plant whether the plant is indoors or whether it Is outdoors. It will easily enhance the overall décor and ambiance of your home - you will immediately be able to see the difference an indoor garden can make.
Bonsai trees can create such a wonderful ambiance in someones home. The feng shui attributes are unlike any other. It is like having your own living miniature forest whether you have three trees or five. Nonetheless the Bonsai will require much of your attention and care. An indoor Bonsai garden can be designed in many ways. For example: set up your trees among a small pebble garden raked in circular patterns or designs. Or you can have a garden indoors with little trees arranged on a cascade of stones or granite. Its your choice.
Proposition for ambitious hosts that want to surprise the guests and are looking for unconventional solutions. May and June are perfect for \"rose party\". If you do not have roses in your garden you can place rose leafs on the tables and bouquets in every corner of the garden. Interesting concept is also rustic party: colorful flowers in watering cans barrows used as the tables and wooden chops as the seats. Essential elements of the Mediterranean party are: vines climbing on the pergolas lamps dishes flowers - all in white and blue colors. For all the Orient lovers party in Japanese style will be awesome just remember about: the green tea porcelain velvet pillows and incenses.
Of course there are other indoor plants that require just a bit more care than those I mentioned above. These are for people who want to improve their indoor gardens and are willing to push just a little more effort. These are plants such as the Sword Fern the Dragon Tree or the Jade plant. It all depends on the plants that best suit your personal taste.
The Pothos is a very popular indoor garden plant. It is also referred to as Epiremnum aureum Phothos aureus Raphidorphora aureum or Scindaspus aureus. The name of this plant changes all the time - even among the scientific community. Nonetheless all terms refer to the same lovely indoor home plant. They are very interesting plants featuring golden yellow to white shades. They are heart-shaped vine (ivy-like) leaves that flourish beautifully and require very little maintenance.
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