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The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In Carmel

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

They may be called “houseplants,” but indoor plants can excel in an apartment as well. Plants add color to your rooms, upgrade air quality, change your disposition, and let you feel closer to Mother Earth if you can’t go out of your apartment to enjoy your scenic community. The most popular plants for apartments in Carmel don’t want a lot of pampering. If you want living greenery in your living spaces, these easy-to-care-for houseplants are the perfect addition for your apartment.

The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In Carmel With Low Light

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

Your apartment layout was designed for human beings but notalways plants. If your apartment doesn’t have a lot of direct sunlight, you can find greenery that flourish in artificial light. Spider plants are popular, low-maintenance plants that won’t need much sunlight. These plants have slender spiky leaves and propagate by spintering out “spiderettes,” or tiny replicants of themselves that hang from the host plant. They look perfect on top shelving that allow the tendrils a place to hang down. Spider plants are awfully hardy and only need care when they are dry. They also don’t mind a crowded pot, so you don’t have to prune them very often.

Don’t overlook the peace lily as a perfect plant for Carmel apartments. These sweet flowers have fashionable dark green leaves and white flowers. They are tall rather than wide and don’t require a lot of natural light, so you can stick one in any nook in your apartment. They also won’t demand much water and will show you that it’s watering time when they lose leaves.

The Top Apartment Plants That Don’t Need Constant Drinks Of Water

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

If you’re working, traveling, or experiencing your apartment community’s excellent amenities, you could overlook to take care of your leafy friends. To stop killing your houseplants, buy succulents and cacti. These desert-native plants only need to be watered once or twice a week in summer weather and even less during colder months. Put them in a succulent and cactus potting mix and put them in a sunlit space like a window sill.

Cacti and succulents are very stylish as decor knick knacks. You can find them in numerous sizes, colors, and shapes. Display your cacti and succulents in decorative terracotta pots or floating terrariums, or mix and match different kinds in a spacious pot.

The Most Popular Plants For Freshening Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Unseen substances from general pollution and inside things can store up in the air in your home. You’ll live better with living plants like pothos and snake plants. They absorb contaminants from the air and release pure air back into your apartment.

Pothos are leafy plants with lengthy stems that want to creep over the edges of shelving or hanging baskets. They thrive in any lighting with regular watering.

Snake plants have stiff, pointed leaves that stand up and down. They diverge with other houseplants if you plan to cluster a few types together. Snake plants will stand up to some neglect and demands relatively little lighting or water, so they’re tough to kill.

Your Plants Can Come Home To Highpointe on Meridian Apartments

Highpointe on Meridian Apartments has a beautiful apartment for you and all of your plants! Contact our Leasing Specialists to find out about our popular layouts, desirable amenities, and welcoming community. Just call (317) 342-0670 or book a tour to find your next home.