Who among you here is into the plantita plantito trend? Yes, I am raising my hand (and feet too!). I am guilty of plant hunting and our house is in danger of becoming a jungle soon.
If you are planning to start your very own collection but is not sure where to start, here are some tips you might want to consider:
If you haven’t decided yet which plant to get, you may take a look at your space and consider the overall feel or vibe of your house. Do you have a high ceiling? You might want to consider getting tall plants. Do you have a wide space? You might want to get ones that can liven up the blank space.
Consider also the amount of lighting in your area as there are plants that thrive more on direct lighting and some that love the shade.
Some of the best indoor plants you may consider are fig leaves and rubber figs. They have huge leaves that can perfectly complement modern interior designs.
Not all plants are pet-friendly. Lilies for example are pretty but are toxic to our furry friends. You may want to do further research on each plant first before making a purchase.
Home Association Rules
Due to the rising urban gardening trend, some properties gave out stricter rules on plant ownership. Before making a purchase, go ahead and check on your property manager to see which ones are allowed and what restrictions they have. Some plants are restricted because they attract insects on properties while some have height restrictions to maintain the place’s overall aesthetic.
Yes. The #plantita #plantito trend has a great impact on the price increase of plants recently. Research. You can still get that monstera for a better price.
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Do you have a favorite plant so far? Tell us about it. Happy plant hunting!