Decorate Your Home With Houseplants for Houseplant Appreciation Day
On January 10, we celebrate Houseplant Appreciation Day. By then, your Christmas tree and the rest of the holiday decorations are packed away. Your house may be looking dreary and empty. You can bring back the color, interest and warmth by incorporating houseplants into the rest of your home decor. One of the best things about houseplants is that you can coordinate any plant with any furniture or other decor in your home.
The houseplants you display throughout your home aren’t just pretty; they have environmental and health benefits, too. Plants are useful for boosting moods, aiding concentration and even purifying the air.
If you’ve never grown houseplants before, you’ll have absolutely no trouble growing our Pothos Pole Ivy plant. This plant is one of the least demanding houseplants you’ll ever find. It can grow in any room – even one with limited sunlight. Just remember to water it and you’ll be rewarded by this attractive plant that grows very quickly.
If you’re looking for something for a desktop or tabletop, you’re in luck. You’ll also get an abundance of good luck with our 18-inch tall Money Tree. We planted it in a clear glass cube with a soilless planting mix. It is very easy to take care of, and you’ll be rewarded immensely by the unique and interesting shape of this small tree’s trunk.
Another outstanding plant that doesn’t require much maintenance is our miniature Schefflera Plant. This low-maintenance plant thrives in medium light. It’s perfect for your home office, or a workplace. You can place it on a table, or on the floor with a plant saucer underneath the basket.
You may be able to enjoy some beautiful flowering plants in your yard or garden because of our mild Houston climate, but it’s still nice to have some green plants that don’t require a ton of maintenance inside your home.
You can count on Breen’s Florist to be your go-to source for houseplants, flowers, flowering plants and gifts for any and every occasion.