Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Best Houseplants for Your Bedroom

There's nothing like coming home from a hard day's work to a beautiful home. Even better than that, nothing compares to the abeyance of a relaxing and inviting bedroom to sooth your body and mind. If you are looking for ways besides the variety of bedroom decor that you can have to set the atmosphere, one way you can do it is with nature's houseplants.

Houseplants are always breathtaking and puts you next to nature, as you come into your bedroom to rejuvenate. Whether you set them beside your bed, wall corner, windowsill, or fireplace, houseplants will make your bedroom breathtaking. Here are just a few of the best houseplants to choose from for your bedroom!

Parlor Palm - The parlor palm, or chamaedorea, is an ideal bedroom companion because it prefers bright but indirect light. It can grow with average home humidity, although it grows best with high humidity. Allow the soil go barely dry to the touch, and then water it thoroughly. They grow 1 to 8 feet tall and 1 to 3 feet wide. For growth, it requires medium light, along with the ideal temperature between 65-80 degrees F and evenly moist soil.

Snake Plant - Don't be thrown by the name because snake plants are gorgeous in the bedroom. The Silvery striations mottle the green sword-like leaves, making it a perfect plant for a corner focal point in your bedroom. Snake plant are succulent and can take low-moisture situations. It is known to be a low-maintenance plant as well. It grows from 6 inches, up to 4 feet tall in height. For growth, set the snake plant in low to bright light and a room temperature between 60-85 degrees F. Also, it is best to allow the soil dry between watering.

Moth Orchid - When you desire peace and serenity, a blooming orchid is what you need. Its' name comes from the petals it is has that resemble the rounded wings of a moth. This plant originates in tropical regions, therefore, it prefers high humidity. The best place to set it in your bedroom is by the east- or west-facing window, or near an open northern exposure with no obstructions. They bloom once a year, but you can expect them to remain in bloom for many weeks, or even months. Simply place the orchid in a saucer, or cache pot, to keep any excess moisture from damaging your furniture or flooring. The moth orchid can grow up to 2 feet tall and 2 feet wide. It grows in Medium-low light, in additions to intermediate to warm temperatures, such as between 65 to 90 degrees F. Orchids with bark mixes in plastic pots need watering less frequently than those in moss. Place clay pots in a bowl of water for 10 to 15 minutes, then let the water drain out.

It's not just plants that can make a big difference in your bedroom, flowers can too! For the premium plants and flowers that you deserve, you can always rely on Peachtree Petals. We are an Atlanta Florist that has been nationally-recognized as a Master Florist. With over 50 years of combined floral experience, our professional designers take pride in providing 100% satisfaction with every floral arrangement we create. Also throughout the Atlanta and Metro-Atlanta area, whether you are need of a Marietta Flower Delivery or Norcross Flower Delivery, our signature same-day delivery is sure to please. Call Peachtree Petals for your bedroom plants and flowers today!

Reference: Better Homes and Gardens, Deb Wiley, Best Houseplants for Bedrooms

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