So you’ve made up your mind and decided that you want your home to be closer to nature. After reading our handy list of what pests to be on the lookout for and gained some much-needed insight into the inner-workings of plants, you’re ready to get started. But where to start? When it comes to plants San Diego, we recommend starting off with a simple beauty that will enrich your life, beautify your home and help you learn your gardening 101 in an easy and practical way. Introducing: pothos.
Before you start creating your indoor garden, whether you’re looking to enhance the appeal of your office or breathe new life into your home (quite literally), you’ll need to arm yourself with knowledge. Other than going over common plant diseases to be mindful of and learning the basic tricks of the trade, you’ll need to choose which indoor plants San Diego to incorporate into the said garden. With its lush foliage and easy maintenance, aglaonema is a wonderful and near-perfect plant to start with.
Decorating your living space with indoor plants San Diego takes a bit more planning and mindfulness if you have a pet. You may be surprised at the sheer number of common plants that are toxic to pets. Granted, their toxicity varies and the possibility of poisoning greatly depends on the personality and preferences of your pet. If they like to chew on things, you need to be very cautious of where you place your plants and which plants you bring into your home and garden. Check out our post on pet-friendly indoor plants.
Here are some of the regular plants and flowers that ask for trouble when you have a pet.