Indoor plants

Best indoor plants to liven up your apartment

Published on June 28, 2022

If you want to make your high-rise apartment more beautiful and calming, there’s no better way than to add some indoor plants. After all, who doesn’t love a little green in their home? Indoor plants are a great way to step up your apartment decor game. They are low-maintenance requiring very little watering and tending to and the pay-offs are great. A room filled with fresh green plants creates a calming and peaceful environment. And don’t forget about the health benefits! Indoor plants have been shown to promote better sleep quality and improve moods by reducing stress levels.

Decorate your home with these indoor plants

If you’re not sure where to start, here are some of the most popular indoor plants:

Snake Plant

Snake plants are one of the most popular indoor plants because it’s so easy to care for. It lives in low-light conditions, so it’s perfect for those who don’t have time or energy to care for it. Its leaves are long and slender, growing out of a thick stem that will fill out over time. The best thing about snake plants besides their beauty is that they can filter the air for you even at night!. The plant grows best in warm climates like Hyderabad with bright indirect light.

Popular indoor plant snake plant in a pot

Spider Plant

If you’re looking for a new indoor plant to add to your apartment in Botanika, then look no further than the spider plant, so-called because of its long ”spider-like” leaves. These plants look great in hanging baskets or on tables because of their long dangling leaves which can hang down from any surface you put them on. They’re also very easy to care for since all you need is indirect sunlight and water every 2-3 weeks.

spider plant pot

Aloe Vera

When it comes to indoor plants, Aloe Vera is a must-have. This plant gets the distinction of being not only a great easy-to-maintain indoor plant but also a great addition to your first-aid box. The gel from the plant is used for healing wounds, burns, and cuts. It can even be added to your skincare routine. The plant should be placed in a bright spot with plenty of indirect light.

aloe vera plants on a window stilt


Jade or as it is popularly known as, money plant, is a sturdy succulent with oval leaves and thick branches that is reminiscent of a small tree. It is also known as a money plant because of its association with good luck and wealth. It’s easy to grow, too. Just put it in a bright spot with plenty of indirect sunlight, and water sparingly during winter.

jade plant next to a pot of tea


Monstera is another popular indoor plant that can be a great addition to your apartment in Botanika. It is also known as the “Swiss cheese plant” because of its characteristic holes in its leaves, is another popular indoor plant that can be a great addition to your apartment in Botanika. The gorgeous plant has gigantic glossy heart-shaped leaves that can sometimes grow up to 2 feet in width. The plant needs very little water and indirect sunlight.

wet monstera leaves


 If you’re looking for a new indoor plant to add to your apartment in Botanika, Anthurium is the perfect choice for you. Anthurium is a tropical plant that grows in low light conditions and has bright green leaves with splashes of red, pink, or white. The plant needs more care than the rest of the plants on this list but the payoff is worth it, especially since you’ll be getting a piece of the Botanical Garden’s inside your apartment. The soil in the post should always be moist. You can do this by using a pot with rocks or gravel at the bottom.

anthurium plant