Those who do not give in to the charms of plants, the ornamental plant has several species, and several beauties that attract plant lovers. Can be planted outdoors or indoors.
They are great decorative objects and can decorate any room in your home, as long as it is the right species to be planted indoors.
However, there are several types of plants that can be planted in apartments, or even on balconies. One of them is the dracena, which does not require much care.
Image 01: The cascading flowers are a charm in any decoration.
The ornamental plant leaves any environment with life, bringing joy, colors and making the place much more cozy and beautiful.
Therefore, it is wrong to think that plants are only beautiful in gardens and porches, it is clear that many species can only be planted outdoors.
But regardless of where the ornamental plant is planted, it must receive specific care for each of the species, a well-cared for plant looks beautiful, there is no one who does not surrender to this beauty.
When choosing the ornamental plant, and the species for the garden, some items must be analyzed, or at least three of them, it is not just planting and that’s it, it requires some care and the environment where this species will be planted must be taken into consideration.
So, let’s give you three important tips to be taken into account when purchasing an ornamental plant.
Something that directly interferes with the survival of plants is luminosity. So analyze the place where you intend to make the garden, check if the area receives sunlight and for how long.
Image 02: Using ornamental plants in the room gives coziness.
Many species do not survive without sunlight, and others only survive in a humid place, it is important to do this analysis beforehand. That way you can’t plant a sun plant and a shade plant in the same space.
So, after choosing whether your garden is in an area where there is shade or sun, it’s time to analyze whether the plants will be more windy, rainy and cold. But if your garden is open, remember that some species may not adapt.
Image 03: In wet environments, they bring sophistication.
Don’t forget you have a garden
Some people love the garden, but when it comes to taking care of it, they end up forgetting. Therefore, the ideal is to choose species that do not need much care.
Therefore, choose the types of ornamental plants for indoor, outdoor, water feature and aromatic gardens. Choose according to the space and its characteristics
Image 04: Contact with nature at rest.
An ornamental plant is a plant that is cultivated for its beauty. Therefore, they have a look that attracts, their foliage, the shape of the stem and roots, inflorescences and colors.
Widely used in the decoration of environments, gardens, both indoors and outdoors, it can also be used in various environments.
Image 05: Create, innovate, and be inspired.
There are several species of ornamental plant, some are poisonous, some are not suitable for environments with a lot of sunlight, others depend on too much sun, and the type of soil must also be taken into consideration.
So, choosing the ideal species is very important. Therefore, before choosing the plant species, try to know the types of plants and their needs.
Image 06: Relaxation corner deserves several ornamental plants.
Did you know that there are different names for the same ornamental plant, that’s because each region gives a different name, so many times when searching by name of ornamental plants we don’t find it?
Depending on local culture and tradition, the popular name of the ornamental plant may vary. Thus, universal names are those that botanists or technicians give to facilitate scientific names.
Image 07: A vase to enhance a lost corner.
The popular or common name of a plant varies according to the local culture and tradition of a region. Therefore, the names of universal ornamental plants are the scientific names that botanists or technicians use in their work.
It is also seen that the name is standardized throughout the world, the so-called scientific nomenclature. However, this name is often given to plants, paying homage to the discoverer or a person.
Ornamental plants receive their name through the binomial nomenclature system, formed by two words.
Let’s give some examples of ornamental plant: Purple pineapple, wax flower, jade flower, yellow lily, parrot beak.
Purple pineapple, known as pineapple, it does not produce fruit, also called Moses in the cradle. It has numerous buds and is a beautiful rosette, with just one seedling you will have several seedlings in a short period of time.
The purple pineapple can be planted both in pots and in a garden and closed terrace, it is a wonder in rock gardens. But it also has stiff, leathery foliage, its roots attaching to other plants and supporting it.
However, the purple pineapple blooms every year, giving beautiful small-sized flowers, blooming from spring to fall.
Image 08: Very similar to a pineapple, this plant has green and purple foliage.
Floor-de-care, very ornamental, is a kind of vine of the vine, planted in walls, grids, being, therefore, ideal to be planted in vertical support.
Image 09: This beautiful flower brings perfection in every detail.
Jade Flower, also known as Casual ovate, is native to South Africa, has oval and fleshy foliage, jade green in color, does not require much care, is a very resistant species, just does not like excess water.
However, it only blooms on mature plants and in sunlight.
Image 10: The jade flower has a different look and amazing colors.
Yellow lily, also known as false lily, flowering occurs in warmer climates, throughout the year, in tropical regions, has linear and narrow foliage.
So, this species is suitable for landscaping, also used in folk medicine and cooking in the Orient.
Image 11: Widely used in outdoor gardens, they make beautiful designs.
The parrot’s beak, also known as the macaw’s tail, stands out for its contrasting green and red colors. It is an ornamental plant, known in North America as the poinsettia.
The parrot is a symbol of Christmas as it blooms in winter. However, in Brazil, the most experienced producers manage to make their flowers open in time to reach Christmas parties in the middle of tropical heat.
So, even being a rustic plant, easy to plant, it does not require much care and its growth is fast, and can also be planted in pots.
Image 12: Cannot be used in homes that have pets, as it is a toxic plant to them, the Parrot’s Beak is a very beautiful ornamental plant.
The ornamental sun plant is widely used in outdoor areas, such as the garden, as it is resistant to the sun. For people who love plants, finding the right plants for their needs is sometimes difficult.
In that case a list of sun-resistant ornamental plants can help a lot, so we have prepared a list with names of sun-resistant ornamental plants.
Image 13: Bringing a delicious aroma, this ornamental plant usually attracts many butterflies and proliferates quickly.
So see the main ones:
But before choosing a sunny ornamental plant, do some research to see if the chosen species is really sunny.
As well as the ornamental sun plants, we also have the shade plant, ideal to be grown indoors, in beautiful pots and also in a winter garden.
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In addition to making the environment beautiful and cozy, it also helps with the quality of the air.
Image 14: Bet on decorative hanging pots to keep your shade ornamental plant always elegant and stylish.
Let’s get to know some of them: Cholera, deer horn, anthodium, Adam’s rib, painted kiss, Portuguese lace, orchid, zamioculca, tilandsia, sword-of-Saint-Jorge, lily-of-peace, pacová, maranta, dracena pau- water lily of the Amazon.
Cholera can be planted in individual pots or in groups. It is considered a rustic plant that does not suffer from lack of sun. In addition, it is in spring that it reproduces small yellow flowers and ornamental fruits. It can be grown in both modern and tropical gardens.
Image 15: A common plant that grows with great ease in many homes and businesses. Its blended leaves give a charm to its beauty.
Deer horn should be planted in half shade, it can be cultivated alone or with other epiphytes, preferably vertically, on walls or trees.
Image 16: Used in gardens or just in pots, this plant has a unique foliage.
This species requires proper fertilization, it must always be planted in the shade. It is a traditional plant.
Image 17: Always needing to be in the shade, this plant is one of the most beautiful and practical to have at home.
A plant that must be watered regularly, the rib of Adam must be cultivated in the shade so that it can produce edible fruit.
Image 18: Like the popular fruit, this ornamental plant also bears fruit when tended in the shade and has a well-differentiated coloration on its leaves.
This species stands out for its delicacy and uniqueness. Thus, they must be planted in clay pots, watered in a balanced way and also need to be kept in places protected from sunlight.
Image 19: Orchids can be placed suspended.
To cultivate Zamioculca, it is necessary to avoid contact with the sun so as not to burn the leaves. Furthermore, it can be grown in places with high or low light. It is also widely used in decoration, indoors.
Image 20: This simple plant can enhance your home’s indoor vegetation when placed in sophisticated pots.
It should be grown in low light. This species must be watered frequently.
Image 21: So, for those who like compositions, you can play with small tilandsia seedlings, distributing in several pots in the shape of small woods.
This plant can be grown both in shady places and in the sun. A curiosity is that it has several popular beliefs about this plant.
Image 22: With different beliefs across the country, the São Jorge sword is one of the most sought after ornamental plants, mainly to compose the vegetation of companies and businesses.
The peace lily, characterized as a symbol of union and harmony due to the practice of Feng shut, found in decoration projects, prefers a warm and humid place. The peace lily is a beautiful and delicate plant.
Image 23: A simple plant, but one that makes all the difference.
The pacová leaves can reach 1m in height. It is also known as tree aloe or wood aloe. Other features are its dark green leaves.
Image 24: Do you only like foliage? So how about betting on the delicate and empowered pacová leaves?
Maranta leaves have different shades of green, from the lightest to the closed.
Thus, it is widely used in decoration as it is a very beautiful species that does not require much care.
Image 25: Bringing practicality to the home, maranta is an ornamental plant that has unique foliage.
The Amazon lily species blooms only three times a year and is also known as the Star of Bethlehem, the morning star and the annunciation star. It is one species more beautiful than the other, it will definitely beautify your garden.
Image 26: The Amazon lily is one of the most beautiful flowers to be seen and it looks beautiful in arrangements around the house.
Ideal for indoor environments, there is a variety of ornamental plants for pots, it is necessary to know how to choose the species that will best suit your space.
However, it is important to observe the amount of sun, water, and the place where the plants will be placed, before cultivating them.
Image 27: Ornamental plants easily accept being in pots. Therefore, it is very worthwhile to invest in differentiated vases to further compose the environment.
Thus, the most suitable species are: cactus, dracena and deer antlers.
However, the ornamental plant for pots looks good both indoors and outdoors.
Image 28: Elephant feet are ornamental plants that can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Photos to inspire decoration with ornamental plant
Image 29: With its colors highlighted in its foliage, no matter what neutral environment you place it, this ornamental plant will always stand out.
Image 30: Here, once again, the beauty of this beautiful ornamental plant in yellow hue with its buds yet to bloom at the right time.
Image 31: Beauty independent of color.
Image 32: Attract more butterflies into your garden.
Image 33: do you want practicality? So bet on these plants.
Image 34: Simple and with a unique beauty.
Image 35: Combine the plant with the pot is released.
Image 36: A beautifully organized composition of ornamental plants.
Image 37: Lilies on facades.
Image 38: Beautiful foliage indoors.
Image 39: Decorative garden vases.
Image 40: Enjoy these leaves.
Image 41: Bring environments to life.
Picture 42: Even in the kitchen, use plants.
Image 43: However, decorative items also match.
Image 44: So don’t leave out the colors.
Image 45: Decorate walls.
Image 46: And also tickets.
Image 47: Pots around the garden look interesting.
Image 48: Just like this idea.
Image 49: Or that one.
Image 50: And even on the deck.
Image 51: The famous terrariums with succulents and decorative elements.
Image 52: Aged vases with colorful plants.
Image 53: For a cleaner environment, then nothing better than betting on pots and small plants.
Image 54: You like succulents, so don’t be afraid to bet on this species.
Image 55: The composition of several species and the use of different levels to differentiate heights gives an extra sophistication to your indoor garden.
Image 56: Minimalism.
Image 57: The delicacy of this ornamental plant.
Image 58: A beautiful porch with a garden.
Image 59: Large leaves enchant.
Image 60: To give that relaxed work environment, then use ornamental plants in small pots.
Some more ideas
Image 61: Branched plants on top of furniture are quite charming.
Image 62: How about using very different glass vases?
Image 63: Use plants to hide walls.
Image 64: Or demarcate the garden.
Image 65: Large and small plants.
Image 66: The delicacy of small flowers.
Image 67: Large gardens deserve the composition of various ornamental plants.
Image 68: Organize your garden.
Image 69: So don’t be afraid to blend colors.
Image 70: Make details.
Image 71: Even in cups, these plants are a charm in your home decor.
Image 72: Have you thought about purchasing your ornamental plant seedling to plant in your garden?
Image 73: However, even paper lanterns make a difference.
Image 74: The beauty carved in nature in beautiful shades of white and yellow, giving the feeling of looking at a biscuit flower.
Image 75: Looks like a fake plant, but it’s real!
Image 76: Blended flowers draw attention in the garden.
Image 77: Small, simple and full of charm.
Image 78: How about betting on a fake bonsai with ornamental plants?
Image 79: However, you can also decorate with this beautiful flower.
Image 80: So, to finish, another beautiful option with swords of São Jorge.
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