Growing indoor plants presents a variety of difficulties since they require continual care and attention. It’s similar to caring for a child or a pet, yet somewhat better because plants don’t defecate or pee. Plant parents typically glow with happiness and pleasure when they successfully cultivate a healthy plant since it requires a lot of commitment and patience.
Some people have a green thumb and know how to maximize the space within their home for gardening, even if not everyone can afford a large garden. On the online forum R/houseplants, members from around the world post images of their lovely houseplants. View some of those stunning green infants by scrolling down.
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#1 Family photo of a proud plant mom. Even though I occasionally feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of plants I care for catnamedred #2 From My White Princess, a Surprise Inconspicuous_worm #3 The Pilea Flex? 84Riceeater #4 Today, I took some family photos. TheThotHokage #5 I adore hearing this every morning as I enter my living room! I’m always in a good mood when I start my day. baoyonce #6 When I noticed that my Huernia Zebrina had bloomed, I literally jumped up and down, screaming at my boyfriend to get my phone. sleepingsapphire #7 She became a spinal column after I told her she could be anything. Little Crassula, Live Your Anatomical Leggy-Plant Dreams! FourExcitedSpiders #8 By golly, I think I managed to cram all of my patio houseplants back inside the house, but I still have no idea how I did it. mundanecatlady #9 The tail of a blooming burro mtlgrems #10 My earliest indoor plant. Austin Ebony. 10 or so years. Do you prefer it? MyNameIsDaveToo #11 Following the passing of my plant-loving grandfather, I inherited this oxalis. It had to be stripped of all growth since it was in such poor condition. It’s now enormous and flowering. HamSandwicz #12 Balcony of the Burros Tail mtlgrems #13 The term “coping mechanism” is used. thompianj #14 At my parents’ home, there was a monstera ams5657 #15 She may not be R/Nextf****nevel material, but I believe that after a year of hard work, she is at a very high level. tainoson #16 This was planted last year, and it’s growing quickly! A Jug Overflowing With A Pearl String mcguirl2 #17 The Love I Gave Her Was Appreciated by My Peperomia, she Told Me hatplantdaddy #18 For Mother’s Day three years ago, I bought my grandmother an orchid from the grocery store. There are currently 45 blooms. jacols #19 35-year-old desert candle cactus owned by my uncle Silversun5 #20 Crazy Orchid of my Grandfather ArcKade #21 What Has Changed With My Variegated Dragon Scale Alocasia? She blessed me with a fully white/cream leaf after two green leaves! victato #22 I figured You Guys Would Like This Pilea! furyxen #23 Terracotta Corner, mine UnluckyAcadia #24 I’ve raised you a plant house after seeing your indoor plants. Johnny_Creditcard #25 Over 50 years as a family member VAgreengene #26 I located a picture of her in bloom! Christmas Cactus, Age 75 aylakay851 #27 Just My Prince Of Orange and I, please? zsp561 #28 Henk stole the show in what was intended to be a plant progress post showcasing my oxalis. agatac #29 Take A Look At This Wonderful Dioon Edule! The oldest seed plants are dioons, which even predate dinosaurs! -HonestMistake #30 With Its Blooms, My Echeveria Is Sending Me Some Love! lynsea