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Best plants for small apartments

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Are you moving soon and you’re thinking about the decoration for your future apartment? You’ve come to the right place! Moving and Storage Brooklyn will help you choose the most-suited plants for small spaces. The best plants for small apartments are the ones that don’t take up a lot of space, the ones that don’t require a lot of sunlight, and that don’t take a lot of your precious time. To find out more about which are the best plants for small apartments, keep on reading! 

What are some of the best plants for small apartments?

Some of the best plants for small apartments:

  • Different kings of cacti
  • Small trees like bonsai
  • Bamboos
  • Succulents

And many more. Most of them don’t require a lot of energy, time, or money – or light, for that matter.

cacti are some of the Best plants for small apartments
Cacti are some of the best plants for small apartments – they don’t take up a lot of space and they’re very low maintenance.

Cacti are very diverse!

Some of the best plants for small apartments are cacti. They can be found in various sizes and shapes. Surprisingly, some of them don’t even have spikes. To buy a cactus, just head down to the nearest flower shop. Many of them are a great choice for small apartments because they can be easily incorporated into the interior design. With the various colors that their flowers produce, albeit rarely, the cacti are usually green for the most time. The way that they look when you buy them won’t change much over time, except that they’ll grow. Cacti come in many shapes, which is why they’re one of the most favorite go-to plants of small apartment owners. They look interesting but require very little care. To take care of cacti, simply water them every once in a while!

Consider getting a snake plant

With so many moving costs NYC that you have to calculate when moving, you don’t want the plant to be the source of the bills as well. Snake plants don’t take a lot of space as well, and they look interesting. Their best feature is that you don’t have to take care of them for a long time before they start having problems. If you didn’t have any plant before, consider getting the snake plant. Snake plants are perfect for the apartment because they don’t require a lot of water or light.

The spider plant is a good choice if you want to make a statement

The spider plant also doesn’t require a lot of attention or maintenance. If you’re looking for a plant that grows to be big, this one is a great choice. You may have to make a room for your plant, but it will definitely be worth it! You can place it on the shelf, outside the window, on the balcony, or simply on the small table. It will make any space look fuller and it’s a great addition to the minimalist and rustic oriented interiors.

Succulents come in a variety of different fun shapes, which makes them popular apartment plants.

If you’re aiming for a sophisticated look, consider burgundy rubber tree

If you’re looking for a dark plant that looks sophisticated, don’t look any further. Burgundy rubber tree goes great with the lightly colored interiors. It belongs to the ficus trees, and it can grow to be as tall as 25 feet. You do need to keep it on the light place, but make sure that the plant isn’t exposed to direct sunlight. 

Succulents are some of the best plants for small apartments

Succulents have many different types, and many of them are known for their small size and adorable looks. They can grow on very harsh terrain, which means that when they’re in the apartment, they don’t require a lot of attention. They can vary in color, but they are usually light green. Zebra plant is one of the succulents that look interesting, but not very typical to what we’ve gotten used to. Its dark green leaves have stripes which is why she got this name!

As you can see, there are a lot of plant choices for small-apartment owners. Have fun choosing the best plant to complement your apartment!

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