one Philodendron

Philodendron belongs to heat-loving plants and feels great at temperatures from +20 to +25 ° C. Warmer or colder air is undesirable for the flower. Philodendron loves frequent and regular watering. You can determine when fresh water is needed by the dryness of the soil: as long as it is wet, watering is not required.


2 small-leaved ivy

This plant does not like heat and thrives in a cooler but more humid environment. Water the flower with pre-settled water at room temperature. If the ivy is in the bathroom, he needs to provide ventilation and regularly open the front door. The plant has the ability to shed its leaves. For an adult flower, this is normal, but it is better to cut the bare shoots so that it looks neat.


3 dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachia is a heat-loving plant that is “awake” all year round and always requires a high air temperature, optimally at the level of 20-25 ° C. The flower does not like drafts and microclimate changes. It is better to water dieffenbachia more often, about every other day. So that the soil is not waterlogged, drainage is usually done at the bottom of the pots.


four ficus

This plant needs good lighting, but not too active, as it does not tolerate direct sunlight. Ficus feels good in a warm room without drafts. The flower needs regular watering and periodically a shower so that dust does not accumulate on the leaves. For better development of the plant, it is recommended to occasionally feed it.


5 Violet uzambara

Violet also needs warm, well-moistened air. The plant is undemanding to lighting and can grow well in places where direct sunlight does not fall. It is impossible to irrigate the violet, so as not to damage the hairs on the leaves, but it is worth watering more often. In summer, water is required daily, in winter — every 3-4 days. The plant does not tolerate stagnant moisture, so choose a special soil with good drainage.


6 Hamedorea graceful

Hamedorea is contraindicated in direct active sun. Most of all, she loves diffused lighting, and also feels great in rooms without light. The plant prefers coolness: in winter, the thermometer can drop to 13 ° C, and in summer — up to 16-18 ° C. Hamedorea needs to be watered actively so that the soil does not dry out. In the warm period, watering is done about every other day, and in winter — on average once a week. The plant loves to be sprayed. You can put the pots in a damp room: for example, in the kitchen or in the bathroom.


7 Cyclamen

The ideal conditions for growing cyclamen are cool temperatures and indirect lighting. The plant does not tolerate drafts and loves high humidity or frequent spraying. It feels great in the bathroom or in any other darkened room.


eight Spathiphyllum

It is best to grow spathiphyllum away from the bright sun. The ideal conditions for it will be shade or partial shade, and the plant also feels good under diffused rays. The watering regime for the flower is standard — as the soil dries. Spathiphyllum responds well to shower or spray irrigation. Every spring, the plant needs to be transplanted, while choosing a special soil for it, which has a light texture.