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The Top Plants For Apartments In Bloomington

December 17, 2021

You might call them “houseplants,” but there are plants can thrive in apartments too. Plants can add excitement to your apartment decor, enhance air quality, boost your mood, and make you feel close to the world when you can’t go outside to experience your wonderful community. The top plants for apartments in Bloomington don’t want much upkeep. If you want a few greenery around your space, these easy-to-care-for houseplants are a wonderful addition for your apartment.

The Best Plants For Apartments In Bloomington With Artificial Light

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

Your apartment floor plan was created for human inhabitants but notnecessarily house plants. If your place doesn’t have lots of direct sunlight, you can still enjoy things that thrive in artificial light. Spider plants are fun, easy plants that don’t need an abundance natural light. These plants feature long flat leaves that reproduce by spintering out “spiderettes,” or tiny versions of themselves that hang from the host plant. They look nice on higher surface that give them a place to dangle. Spider plants are pretty forgiving and only require care when the soil dry out. They also like small pots, so you don’t have to prune them on a day-to-day basis.

Don’t overlook the peace lily as a perfect plant for Bloomington apartments. These lovely plants have stylish emerald green leaves and white flowers. They grow tall rather than wide and won’t need an abundance of light, so you can park one in any place that needs dressing up in your apartment. They also shouldn’t need much water and will show you that they need water when they lose leaves.

The Most Popular Apartment Plants That Shouldn’t Require A Lot Of Water

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

If you’re busy working, studying, or experiencing your community’s many amenities, you might fail to remember to water your leafy friends. To stop killing your vegetation, buy cacti and succulents. These desert-native plants only want water once a week in summer seasons and even less during the cold. Place them in a desert soil mix and stick them in a sunny spot like a kitchen window.

Succulents and cacti arenow fashionable as decor accents. You can find them in various colors, shapes, and sizes. Place your succulents and cacti in fun terracotta pots or floating terrariums, or mix and match some unique kinds in one large pot.

The Most Popular Plants For Freshening Your Apartment Air

Spacious living room with plants in The Verge Luxury Apartments.

Microscopic toxins from outdoor pollution and indoor sprays can accumulate in the air in your home. You’ll breathe easier with live plants like snake plants and pathos. They eat up odors from the environment and release cleaner oxygen back into your apartment.

Pothos are plants with large leaves with lengthy stalks that tend to come over the ledges of shelving or hanging baskets. They work in any lighting with scheduled watering.

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

Any Plant Is Perfect For City Flats on Walnut

City Flats on Walnut has a perfect apartment for you and your house plants! Contact our Leasing Specialists to find out about our spacious layouts, fun amenities, and welcoming community. Just phone 812-578-8827 or book a tour to find your new home.