Plants in interiors

Before you decide to grow potted plants at home, get some knowledge about the care of your chosen species.

 This particularly applies to watering. Both overwatering and overdrying can affect the condition and appearance of the plants. Sunlight, nutrition, air humidity and sometimes even the neighbourhood of other species are also important.

It is advisable to find out about a particular plant first and thus make sure that you provide it with favourable conditions. It is worthwhile to take a considered approach to the purchase of plants.

Here are some tips on plant placement in the home.


Species that are small in stature and do not take up a lot of space, such as kalanchoe, ribsalis, ornamental peppers, vultures and twists, are ideal for this space.

With a multitude of habit, colours and shapes, there is plenty of choice to complement the décor and add to the mood/energy.


The room, because of its larger space, offers more possibilities for interior styling. Here, you may be tempted to use larger plants, e.g. monstera, ficus, nolin. A combination of large plants and small plants will also work very well. Areca palm, spring fig or banana plant with aloe, pilea.


Depending on the amount of light. Here, zamioculcas and sansevierias are ideal for darker rooms, as are hardy herbaceous plants.

Plants in interiors


Depending on the natural light and because of the location with a lot of water vapour, I would suggest, for example, Platycerium (moose horns).


Important information! Potted plants have their part to play in effective sleep.

It is interesting to note that some plants have a special ability for the so-called reverse photosynthesis process, e.g. orchids, zamioculcas, sansevierias, aloes, scindapsus, herbaceous plants. This is because, especially at night, they provide more oxygen than during the day, unlike standard plants. This is why they are even ideal for the bedroom. They help you sleep, humidify the air and purify it. In addition, they clean the air of toxins such as benzene and formaldehyde, add greenery and promote relaxation.

All other plants, on the other hand, are just as good and will certainly do no harm, on the contrary, they will contribute to the creation of a comfortable resting place. The list is long.


It is therefore worth considering the purchase:


-aloe woody, aloe vera , himilis (mini version)or slow flake,






-common sagebrush

-cences (Howea forsteriana)

-chamedora refined

-sansevierii e.g. Futura Superba, Zeylanica, Cylindrica


-paprota (a safe plant for the children's room)

Communing with nature is nothing less than a natural antidepressant.

It is worth spending a few minutes caring for your plants. Cleaning the leaves with a soft cloth of dust and checking the leaves for possible pests done regularly does not take much time, but it does take care of the plant. It makes it easier for the plant to function and thus enhances the beneficial properties of its green friends.

  In addition, time spent in this way can contribute to relaxation through contact with nature. Just stroking, rubbing the leaves and observing has a soothing effect on the senses. It is well worth finding out.

On a daily basis, we are surrounded by an enormous amount of stimuli, images, colours or harmful blue light - computers, televisions, telephones.

In addition, the colour green in interiors has a relaxing, calming and soothing effect, but above all it BALANCES. The colour green in nature also has a huge range of shades from malachite, emerald, chrysoprase, or that alluding more to celadons, peas etc. etc. You can choose endlessly, juxtaposing sizes and shapes of plants that both solo and in groups look fabulous. Perhaps possibilities, I encourage you to experiment.

Undoubtedly, being surrounded by plants adds to the aesthetic value of interiors. It creates a cosy, welcoming atmosphere through unique living decoration.

It is worth becoming aware of the beneficial effects of plants on the human body. Let's enjoy them, let's educate ourselves about them and let's spread this awareness among our loved ones.



Thanks to

Hubert Lamanski-art. Training

Agnieszka Cegielska Youtube channel


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