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The Best Plants For Apartments In Fishers

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

You may call them “houseplants,” but indoor vegetation can thrive in apartments also. Plants can add interest to your apartment decor, enhance air quality, change your feelings, and make you feel close to nature when you can’t go outdoors to enjoy your scenic community. The top plants for apartments in Fishers don’t need a bunch of care. If you need a few living greenery around your space, these low-maintenance houseplants are a wonderful addition for your apartment.

The Best Plants For Apartments In Fishers With Low Light

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

Your apartment layout was built for people but notnecessarily house plants. If your apartment doesn’t give you lots of sun, you can still enjoy plants that flourish in artificial light. Spider plants are fun, low-maintenance plants that don’t require an abundance sun. These plants have slender flat leaves that reproduce by sending out “spiderettes,” or tiny doppelgangers of themselves that dangle down the primary plant. They are nice on high shelves that give the leaves room to grow. Spider plants are awfully adaptable and only require water when the soil are dry. They also don’t mind a crowded pot, so you shouldn’t have to prune them very often.

One of the best plants for apartments in Fishers is the peace lily. These lovely plants have fashionable emerald green leaves and white flowers. They rise taller than they are wide and shouldn’t require a lot of light, so you can stick one in any nook of your smaller apartment. They also shouldn’t need much upkeep and will show you that they need water when they lose leaves.

The Top Apartment Plants That Won’t Demand A Lot Of Water

A kitchen with succulent plants on a counter in Echo Park Bloomington Apartments. 

If you’re working, traveling, or loving your community’s outdoor amenities, you could overlook to water your houseplants. To stop killing your vegetation, go with cacti and succulents. These arid plants only need to be watered once a week in warm seasons and less frequently during winter. Place them in a desert potting mix and put them in a sunny space like a window sill.

Cacti and succulents arevery stylish as room knick knacks. You can get them in various shapes, sizes, and colors. Place your cacti and succulents in decorative terracotta pots or hanging terrariums, or put in different kinds in a large pot.

The Most Popular Plants For Purifying Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Invisible contaminants from outside pollution and indoor items can store up in the air in your apartment. You’ll live better with live plants like snake plants and pathos. They eat up contaminants from the air and breath out cleaner oxygen back into your living space.

Pothos are leafy with long stems that like to come over the edges of shelving or hanging pots. They work in most lighting with scheduled watering.

Snake plants have rigid, pointed leaves that grow up and down. They contrast with some other plants if you want to group a few varieties together. Snake plants can withstand some forgetfulness and require not much light or water, so they’re difficult to kill.

Your Plants Can Come Home To The Hamilton Luxury Apartment Homes

The Hamilton Luxury Apartment Homes has a beautiful apartment for you and all of your plants! Come see our Leasing Specialists and ask about our popular floor plans, fun amenities, and friendly community. Just phone 317-900-4375 or schedule a tour to find your next home.