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Monstera deliciosa is a climbing plant that is native to the tropical rainforests between southern Mexico and Panama. Well-known as the swiss cheese plant, the Monstera deliciosa is famous for its distinctive natural leaf holes. These holes (correct term fenestration) are thought to increase sun rays capture on the lower levels for the plant. Younger specimens have no holes to begin with, but don’t worry as plant matures it starts to produce new leaves that do unfurl showing the desired holes.
Monstera deliciosa brings an eye-catching and exotic appeal wherever it finds. The heart-shaped, glossy green leaves increase in size as the plant grows reaching widths up to 40cm and over.
Snake plant Sansevieria Laurentii is both pleasing to the eye and very easy to grow, it is among the most sold and liked indoor plants. With its crispy thick leaves, its nearly indestructible because it is highly adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions.
Sansevieria plants grow well in poor conditions and similar to succulents require very little maintenance and will provide attractive green and yellow colors to your home décor.
Whether you decorate your just your desk, or the entire office, these plants are perfect for filling your working day with greenery. And thanks to the direct connection with the productivity and general wellbeing of the employees, plants benefits in the workplace are not limited to aesthetics.
For those of us who live in apartments or houses without gardens, growing your own herbs can seem like a far-off dream for the future when we finally have a garden. But did you know that it’s actually very possible to grow large and healthy herbs inside? We will be explaining in this blog how to provide the right conditions for your herbs to thrive along with the importance of each.
In this article, we'll be discussing five common genus of aroids that are kept as houseplants along with more details on their origin, growth pattern and common varieties so that you can get to know your aroids.