What Is Your Environment Like?
If you have decided to add plants to your home or office, you will have to do some research before you go out and buy plants. First, you will want to take a look at your home or office environment to see what it is like. Certain plants need certain types of environments to grow and thrive. You will need to know all about the different elements in your environment, such as lighting, airflow, humidity, traffic flow, and temperature changes. All of these factors will affect your plants and whether or not they can thrive in your space.
What Do You Want Your Interior Landscape to Look Like?
After you have thought about your environment, you will want to think about what you are looking for in an interior landscape. For example, if you want a plant wall, you will be on the lookout for plants that can thrive in that particular space and grow vertically. If you are looking for plants to act as natural walls or barriers, you can choose plants that will help you accomplish that. A snake plant has leaves that grow tall, which could work well as a natural wall; you could also use a parlor palm to create a barrier because this plant is a small palm tree that can take up space to form a barrier, but it doesn’t require a lot of light. Before you choose plants to fit your landscape, you will want to think about what you want from your landscape
What Do Your Plants Require?
Next, you will want to do some research on the specific types of plants you want to add to your home. You may want a particular plant, but it might not like the environment that is your home or office. That is why you take your environment into account, and you do your research before you go out to buy plants. For example, cacti are usually pretty easy to grow because they do not require a lot of water. As long as you have sunlight for your cacti, you don’t have to worry too much about maintenance. However, orchids are not that easy to grow. These plants require bright indirect sunlight, and they can’t be overwatered. Orchids have very specific needs, so they may be harder to grow.