Published at Monday, 23 July 2018. Design Garden. By Flossie Cline.
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.
Another great example of a low maintenance indoor plant is the spider plant. A friend of mine has one of these (who I must mention has a real knack for killing plants) and I can testify that they are very difficult to kill. A spider plant makes great house-warming gift for a friend or family member. The spider plant likes to have medium sunlight - which is simple to achieve - even when there is very little direct sunlight that comes through your windows.
The Jade plant is a lovely addition to practically any home garden. Nonetheless these plants want a fairly strong amount of sun light. These are very popular feng shui plants. Unfortunately these plants are very susceptible for the mealybug to reside - especially if it is not taken care of. If the Jade Plant begins to decline the more easily it will die. If it is kept healthy and if mealbug infestation is prevented your plant will have a long and happy life.
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