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The Top Plants For Apartments In Westfield

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

They may be named “houseplants,” but there are plants can thrive in apartments also. Plants can add color to your rooms, upgrade air quality, lighten your feelings, and help you feel closer to the world when you can’t go outdoors to experience your wonderful community. The most popular plants for apartments in Westfield don’t need a bunch of upkeep. If you need a few greenery around your home, these low-maintenance plants are the perfect gift for your apartment.

The Most Popular Plants For Apartments In Westfield With Low Light

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

Your apartment flow was designed for human inhabitants but notalways vegetation. If your room doesn’t have an abundance sun, you can still enjoy things that flourish in low light conditions. Spider plants are popular, hardy plants that won’t need a lot of natural light. These plants feature slender flat leaves and grow by sending out “spiderettes,” or smaller versions of themselves that hang off of the host plant. They look perfect on high shelving that allow them room to hang down. Spider plants are pretty adaptable and only require water when they gets dry. They also are accustomed to small pots, so you don’t have to re-pot them very often.

One of the top plants for apartments in Westfield is the peace lily. These sweet plants have fashionable emerald green leaves and white flowers. They grow taller than they are wide and shouldn’t require an abundance of natural light, so you can park one in any place that needs dressing up of your small apartment. They also won’t need much water and will show you that it’s watering time by dropping leaves.

The Best Apartment Plants That Don’t Need Tons Of Water

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

If you’re working, traveling, or experiencing your community’s outdoor amenities, you could forget to take care of your leafy friends. To stop killing your plants, go with cacti and succulents. These desert plants only want water once a week in summer weather and even less during colder months. Plant them in a desert potting mix and place them in a bright space like a kitchen window.

Cacti and succulents are very stylish as home decor knick knacks. You can get them in various sizes, colors, and shapes. Place your cacti and succulents in decorative pots or floating terrariums, or combine several kinds in one large pot.

The Best Plants For Purifying Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Invisible toxins from general air and indoor things can accumulate in the air in your apartment. You’ll live better with live plants like snake plants and pathos. They suck up odors from the air and breath out cleaner oxygen back into your rooms.

Pothos are leafy plants with lengthy stalks that want to creep over the ledges of shelves or baskets. They work in most lighting with a daily watering.

Snake plants have stiff, pointed leaves that stand upright. They differ with other houseplants if you plan to group a few types together. Snake plants will stand up to a little forgetfulness and need relatively little light or water, so they’re hard to hurt.

Your Plants Can Come Home To Union Street Flats

Union Street Flats has a great apartment for you and your plants! Talk to our Leasing Specialists today about our popular layouts, desirable amenities, and friendly community. Just dial (317) 942-3629 or schedule a tour to find your new home.