Popular Green Tall Planters to Decorate Our Home

Mar 18th

Tall planters – large green living plants are one of hottest residential trends of day, looking past Pinterest, Instagram, or residential bloggers with green fingers, so it’s almost impossible to overlook. Fortunately, too big houseplants are both very decorative and so they benefit indoor climate – win win, as they say. But what plants do you have to go for if you dream about decorating house with beautiful large living plants? You can find inspiration for where we are looking forward to some of most popular green plants for living room, which are both to suit and to be found in shops.

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If you have a recommendation for a large garden plant that is worth having, then you have to finally comment later in post. This green living room is nothing short of amazing, and are you looking for a large living room that can fill up like a tree – a violin infant is an obvious candidate. With tall planters leaves and minimalist look, it fits perfectly into any Scandinavian home, and as you can see pictures above, it can be really big if allowed. A violin fever thrives at room temperature, but prefers a high humidity. It should be placed close to natural light without being exposed to too much direct sun.

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Give it regular fertilizer in summer and avoid completely feeding it during winter months. With this tall planters and sculptural leaves, purchase of a Monstera is almost a piece of artwork to living room. In addition, I also think it gives an exotic “jungle looks”, as it most of all looks like something one expects to find in a subtropical botanical garden. Exotic, one can also call it, as genus originates from Caribbean and Central America. Indeed, unique and sculptural holes of blade also serve a purpose in nature, they must prevent wind from damaging leaves, which can easily become quite large and thus get a big winged grip.