Drought Has you Seeing Brown? Go Green Indoors


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Even though your front lawn landscapes are going brown, there is still a way to get some green in your life. By including these 8 house plants in your home that are nearly impossible to die, according to mnn.com.

Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata)

To grow the snake plant make sure you have the right size pot. Don’t confine it in something too small or in a giant pot. The snake plants don’t need high sun light. Snake plants need low sun light, according to mnn.com.

Air Plants (Tillandsia xerographica, Vriesia fenestralis, Cryptanthus sp. and Quesnelia marmorat.)

If you’re not at home much then the best plants for you is the air plants. Air plants are for anyone who forgets or can’t water often. Air plants get their nutrients Rather than their roots air plants get their nutrients from their specialized leaves, according to huffingtonpost.com.

ZZ plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)

If you don’t have much light then the Zamioculcas zamiifolia is perfect for you. Zamioculcas zamiifolia can take almost no light, according to huffingtonpost.com.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)

Chlorophytum comosum needs medium sun light. This plant is very forgiving if you forget to water it, reported mnn.com.

Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii)

Schlumbergera bridgesii needs high sun light. Try to keep this plant in sun light as much as possible, if you have to only 12 hours. This plant is known for having beautiful orange, pink, or white blooms around the holidays, stated mnn.com

Norfolk Island pine tree

This plant is if you are really into the forest. These trees don’t grow that much. It’s like somebody shrunk a tree, stated huffingtonpost.com.

African violet

This flower brings color to your room. They happen pour out blossoms in the middle of the winter when you most need them, reported huffingtonpost.com.

All these plants are commonly available at your local garden shops and retailers such as Lowes and Home Depot.