Whether you are living in a house with a big garden or an apartment in the city, you can bring some greenery and plants indoors to brighten the house and add some personality to your living space.
Ghana’s tropical conditions are ideal for gardening. With the almost constant moisture in the air, abundant sunlight and good soils, it is easy to have a beautiful garden.
Are you afraid you don’t have what it takes to have a thriving houseplant or even keep it alive? There is no need to stress; there are plenty of plants that look beautiful and need minimum care.
The spider plant may not have the best name and can conjure up images of a not-so-pleasant creature, but it is easy to care for. A regular room temperature, medium light and moist soil are all that’s needed to keep it alive.
The jade plant is very aesthetically pleasing succulent and is known by other names such as the friendship plant or the money plant. If you’re superstitious, you can look on it as a good luck charm for your friendships or your wallet! It is also known for being able to purify the air indoors.
The aloe plant is renowned for its medicinal properties and is often used in balms and even drinks. While this is a useful plant, it will also make a beautiful addition to your indoor living area. This hardy plant is also a succulent and is therefore suited for dry conditions, making it very forgiving if you forget to water it for a day or two.
The jasmine plan is perfect if you have a garden or balcony that gets a lot of sunlight. These pretty flowers thrive in the sun and give off a gorgeous natural fragrance that will leave your home smelling beautiful without the need for chemicals.
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