Plants that grow in water

Plants That Grow In Water

  1. Pothos
  2. Arrow Head
  3. Spider Plant
  4. Lucky Bamboo
  5. Chinese Evergreen
  6. Peace Lily
  7. English Ivy
  8. Fiddle Leaf Fig

Pothos

Pothos are indoor plants that do not bloom but have another advantage: the beauty of foliage. Many people love pothos for this very reason and it is one of the most popular indoor plant that grow in water. Large shiny green leaves adds decorative value to your room. They grow quickly and gives your indoor area a green feeling.

The most popular type of vine is golden pothos. In the tropical area, the leaves grows large and the vines can grow up to 40 m. Inside home or office, the size of the leaf is much smaller, and the length of the plant rarely reaches 12-15 m. The adult plant on the wall is very decorative, as it resembles bright emerald lace.

They have an oval shape leaves that resembles a heart. Over time, the leaves can lose their integrity and become feathery. Sometimes holes appear in them. The surface of the leaf is glossy, leathery and thin. The largest leaves of adult plants are 60 x 40 cm in size. The foliage usually grows evenly on the stem.

Arrowhead

Arrowhead is a perennial evergreen vine with long stems that have lateral shoots.

Shoots, spreading on the ground or growing vertically, are densely covered with beautiful large leaves, which have managed to become popular vines among flower growers.

The arrowhead flower is ideal for a home where the owner wants to add zest and fill the room with green nature. Just with simple rules for caring will create a tropical corner in the interior of a city apartment.

Spider Plant

Spider plant is an ideal air purifier for your house. By absorbing harmful carbon compounds (formaldehyde, chloroethylene, benzene), it generously produce oxygen. The plant releases phytoncides that purify the indoor air. Spider plant reduces the concentration of heavy metals and their compounds neutralizes nicotine.

Spider plant care

Lighting: It tolerates both sun and shade well. In the sun, the colors of the leaves are brighter.
Temperature: Withstands cool temperatures up to 8 degrees.
Fertilizer: In the warm season, it needs fertilizing with mineral fertilizers once a month.
Re-potting: It only needs to be re-potted when the roots begin to creep out of the pot. It is best to transplant spider plants in the spring.
Diseases and pests: Spider plants can be affected by thrips. The treatment of the plant should be carried out with anti-aphid agents when you see the first signs of the disease. The affected leaves must be removed.

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