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The Top Plants For Apartments In West Lafayette

December 17, 2021

They might be called “houseplants,” but these plants can thrive in an apartment as well. Plants can sprinkle in interest to your apartment decor, enhance air quality, change your mood, and make you feel close to the world if you can’t go outdoors to experience your beautiful community. The most popular plants for apartments in West Lafayette don’t require much care. If you need some topiaries or succulents in your living spaces, these easy-to-care-for houseplants are the perfect present for your apartment.

The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In West Lafayette With Artificial Light

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

Your apartment floor plan was created for human inhabitants but notalways vegetation. If your place doesn’t give you lots of sun, you can bring in greenery that grow in low light conditions. Spider plants are popular, hardy plants that won’t need an abundance natural light. These plants have skinny flat leaves that propagate by sending out “spiderettes,” or tiny versions of themselves that trail from the host plant. They look nice on top shelves that give them room to grow. Spider plants are awfully hardy and only need watering when the soil gets dry. They also like a little crowding, so you won’t have to re-pot them on a day-to-day basis.

One of the top plants for apartments in West Lafayette is the peace lily. These lovely flowers have elegant emerald green leaves and white flowers. They are more in height than width and won’t need an abundance of natural light, so you can fit one in any nook in your smaller apartment. They also don’t need much water and will let you know that they need water when the drop leaves.

The Top Apartment Plants That Won’t Require Constant Drinks Of Water

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

If you’re busy working, studying, or experiencing your apartment’s excellent amenities, it’s easy to fail to remember to water your houseplants. To side step killing your plants, go with cacti and succulents. These desert plants only look for water once or twice a week in warm seasons and less frequently during the cold. Plant them in a succulent and cactus soil and rock mix and stick them in a sunny space like a window sill.

Cacti and succulents arenow stylish as decor accents. You can get them in many difference shapes, sizes, and colors. Place your cacti and succulents in colorful pots or hanging terrariums, or put in different kinds in one spacious pot.

The Top Plants For Purifying Your Apartment Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Microscopic contaminants from general pollution and inside sprays can accumulate in the air in your apartment. You’ll live better with live plants like pothos and snake plants. They suck up toxins from the environment and breath out cleaner oxygen back into your living space.

Pothos are plants with large leaves with long stalks that want to creep over the corners of shelving or hanging pots. They work in almost all lighting with scheduled watering.

Snake plants have rigid, pointed leaves that grow upright. They contrast with some other popular plants if you are looking to display a few types together. Snake plants should withstand some abandonment and require not much light or water, so they’re difficult to hurt.

Your Plants Can Come Home To The Ivy Towns and Flats

The Ivy Towns and Flats has a perfect apartment for you and your house plants! Talk to our Leasing Specialists to find out about our popular layouts, desirable amenities, and friendly community. Just call 765-300-4521 or book a tour to meet your new home.