Ornamental houseplants

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Indoor plants are one of the best options to decorate the home, also achieving a fresher and more scented environment. There is a great variety of species that you can use, thus choosing the ones that best suit the decoration of each room thanks to their colors, size, texture or any other characteristic of the many they may have.

Those that have ornamental flowers are always the most successful in the interior of the home, since they are much prettier and can undoubtedly look spectacular. Here are a few indoor plants that have ornamental flowers and that are perfect to decorate:


Each rosette it has blooms only once, and then wilts and dies, but before doing so it gives rise to 2-3 more rosettes, which is constantly blooming. The rosette in the middle should have about two centimeters of water, changing it every two weeks and always using rainwater.


To achieve your maximum splendour It needs to be in a place with very good lighting, but avoiding direct sunlight. The soil should always be moist, and you should spray the foliage to maintain a good humidity level.


It is one of the most beautiful and famous, and you should always water it abundantly with rainwater, since the tap can make you suffer iron chlorosis. If you have to water with something other than rain, apply liquid iron chelates to compensate.


It is one of the most beautiful indoor plants, with beautiful flowers and very striking. You have to water it a lot in the growing and flowering season, but after flowering it must be completely dry so that it loses its leaves. Then, water again little by little so that they come out again.


Also well known thanks to its beauty, and you should also water it with rainwater or apply liquid iron chelates afterwards so that it does not spoil with lime.

Jasmine from Madagascar

It is a plant that needs a lot of light and that cannot be close to a heating system as it is severely damaged. To get the bloom to be in much more quantity, give a break between autumn-winter, which means that at that time it should be in an area with less light and that is cooler, with little irrigation and without fertilizer.

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