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The Top Plants For Apartments In Noblesville

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

They might be named “houseplants,” but indoor vegetation can thrive in an apartment also. Plants can add excitement to your decor, improve air quality, change your feelings, and help you feel near to nature when you can’t go out of your apartment to experience your wonderful community. The most popular plants for apartments in Noblesville don’t require a lot of care. If you need a few greenery around your home, these easy-to-care-for plants are the perfect gift for your apartment.

The Top Plants For Apartments In Noblesville With Artificial Light

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

Your apartment layout was built for human inhabitants but notnecessarily vegetation. If your apartment doesn’t bring in a lot of direct sunlight, you can bring in plants that thrive in low light conditions. Spider plants are nice, easy plants that won’t demand an abundance natural light. These plants feature long spiky leaves that grow by sending out “spiderettes,” or smaller versions of themselves that hang from the main plant. They look nice on top shelves that give the leaves a place to grow. Spider plants are awfully hardy and only require care when the leaves dry out. They also don’t mind a little crowding, so you shouldn’t have to prune them very often.

Don’t overlook the peace lily as a wonderful plant for Noblesville apartments. These pretty plants have stylish dark green leaves and ivory flowers. They grow taller than they are wide and won’t require an abundance of natural light, so you can fit one in any nook in your apartment. They also shouldn’t need much watering and will tell forgetful caretakers that they need water by dropping leaves.

The Top Apartment Plants That Shouldn’t Demand Constant Drinks Of Water

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

If you’re a work-a-holic, traveling, or experiencing your apartment’s many amenities, you might overlook to take care of your plants. To avoid killing your houseplants, go with cacti and succulents. These desert plants only want water once or twice a week in summer months and even less during the cold. Place them in a cactus and succulent soil and rock mix and place them in a bright area like a bedroom window sill.

Cacti and succulents are very stylish as room accents. You can order them in many difference sizes, colors, and shapes. Display your succulents and cacti in decorative flower pots or hanging terrariums, or put in different kinds in one large pot.

The Best Plants For Purifying Your Indoor Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Microscopic contaminants from outside air and indoor things can live in the environment in your apartment. You’ll feel better with live plants like pothos and snake plants. They eat up odors from the air and breath out pure air back into your living space.

Pothos are leafy with long stems that want to creep over the ledges of shelves or hanging baskets. They thrive in most lighting with a daily watering.

Snake plants have rigid, pointed leaves that grow up and down. They contrast with some other popular plants if you are looking to cluster a few types together. Snake plants should resist a bit of abandonment and require not much light or water, making them hard to hurt.

Any Plant Is Perfect For East Bank Apartments

East Bank Apartments has a perfect apartment for you and all of your plants! Come see our Leasing Specialists and ask about our spacious layouts, desirable amenities, and welcoming community. Just call 463-238-3799 or book a tour to meet your new home.