Bring Spring Inside with These Top Indoor Apartment Plants

We’re all anxiously awaiting for the spring season to arrive at Harborside Village. We’re ready to hit the gym, swim in our new addition swimming pool, and grill out with friends by Gunpowder Cove. Have you found yourself searching for signs of greenery while on your patio or balcony? Now, you can bring spring indoors with these top indoor apartment plants. Whether you keep them inside your spacious apartment layout or choose to place them on your balcony for plenty of sunlight, these indoor plants are guaranteed to boost your mood and help you feel ready for springtime at Harborside Village.

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Bring spring indoors with these top indoor apartment plants.

Keep Pothos Plants Indoors or Outside Your Apartment

The pothos plant can be placed either indoors or outdoors of your apartment, typically in a hanging basket with ample space to freely grow it’s leafy greens. Pothos is an excellent plant due to it’s indoor air purifying properties and slated benefits of potentially reducing and absorbing chemicals released from cleaning agents. So, while you’re working on spring cleaning your apartment, be sure to keep your pothos plant nearby! 

Leafy, Green Snake Plants 

Don’t let the name of the snake plant scare you! This potted plant gets it’s name from it’s long, leafy green leaves that extend towards the sky. The snake plant is great for those who have a hard time keeping their plants alive: it can survive for long periods of time without water and in low-light conditions. Snake plants, like the pothos plant, are also considered to be an air purifying plant. This is the perfect potted plant for an individual who wants greenery in their apartment home that isn’t high maintenance.

Cacti and Succulents 

Cacti and succulent plants benefit from copious amounts of sunlight with minimal water intake. This is an excellent plant to place in a broad windowsill that faces the sun or on a portion of your balcony that will not be directly exposed to rainwater. Since cacti and succulents are desert plants, you’ll want to ensure that they receive plenty of sunlight and a droplet or two of water every two weeks to survive. While these are low maintenance plants that can help spruce up the greenery within your apartment, we do not recommend cacti or succulent plant ownership to residents with pets or young children.

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