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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Plants from Amazon? [R]2 years, 6 months agoBlackdebby posted submission on malelivingspace.
Aug. 7, 2017
Hello MLS; young professional here with first studio apartment. I'm attempting to adult and have a decent living space - currently trying to figure out this whole 'plants' thing.
I have windows that cannot be opened so would love to help my little home out with some clean air. Never had plants - was wondering if these would be a good start:
If not, what should I be looking for to get me started with? Thanks bros.
Aug. 7, 2017
These are very pricey for 4 inch pots. My grocery store always has these basic houseplants in much larger sizes for 10 to 15 dollars. There's a lot to be said for buying smaller and inexpensive plants, repotting in larger pots though. lowes, homedepot and even Wal-Mart will have these same 4 inch pots for much cheaper.
Peace lily is a bit more
Looking at adopting this cham from a friend of mine who runs a reptile rescue [R]4 years, 3 months agoOct. 29, 2015
Oct. 30, 2015
Would this be an acceptable addition?
Best beginner indoor plant [R]4 years, 4 months agopisspantmcgee posted submission on IndoorGarden.
Oct. 18, 2015
Just a had pretty bad experience with a couple corn plant stalks as my first apartment plant. I was wondering what everyone would recommend as a good low maintenance beginner indoor plant. The spot I would put it in my apartment gets low to no light. Thanks!
Got bored, so I planted my HoB! [R]4 years, 7 months agoMirarii posted submission on PlantedTank.
July 5, 2015
July 6, 2015
So I could just stick the roots of this into my HoB and use some picture hooks to anchor it to my wall? and I'd be good? My tank is next to a east facing window that so there is a little light that would hit it and I do keep my lights on most of the evening since I tend not to leave much.
Help with an indoor plant for a stuffy room [R]5 years agofuzzyfuzzyclickclack posted submission on plants.
Jan. 25, 2015
Hi plant friends, I just moved into a room that has a bit of a ventilation problem. It was originally part of a porch, but then someone built walls around it. They left lots of windows for great sunlight (I only have to use lights at night!), but these windows don't open, and because the room was originally outside, there are no air conditioning / heating vents.
Needless to say, it is quite stuffy, and the person that lived here last wasn't the cleanest (just sort of smelled like body when I moved in). I've been using a fan to bring air in from the rest of the house, but I was thinking that a nice plant might help with some fresh air. I don't know much about plants, so: what kind of plant can live inside, is good with plenty of indirect sunlight, is easy to take care of, and might freshen up the room? Any thoughts?
tl;dr: What's a good inside plant to freshen up the air in a small, stuffy room?
Jan. 25, 2015
What's a must have item for people that work long hours at a desk? [R]5 years, 1 month agoPM_FOR_HONEST_ANSWER posted submission on AskReddit.
Jan. 14, 2015
Some of these suggestions were great guys, I now know how to slack of even better than before! Edit - About 500 people have messaged me saying chair or desk good job reddit!
Jan. 14, 2015
It sounds dumb, but having a plant at your desk or workstation can significantly improve your mood and happiness. Are you breathing in all that nasty-ass recirculated, stale air? Plants can help with that. There are even plants that are specifically suggested for improving air quality (aloe plants, for example).
It's also so gratifying. Start with a tiny pothos sprout (looks kind of like ivy) or spider plant clipping. Give that a few months and BOOM, it's taking over half your office. You did that! You made that little guy grow up into the big, strong, leafy thing he is today!
Don't know what you're doing? Do ten minutes of research on the internet and give it a shot. You can get plenty of plants for free or cheap. I'll bet someone in your office already has a plant they can make you a clipping of and give you suggestions on how to raise it. Plant dies? That's okay. Just try again.
No windows? No problem. Lots of plants do well on minimal or artificial light. Pothos is a creeping vine that doesn't need much sun. Peace lilies are big dark green plants with white flowers that are pretty easy to take care of.
Out of town a lot and can't water it frequently? Get a succulent! Most cacti are succulents, as is aloe. They need very little care.
Plants, man. Plants will improve the quality of your deskspace by leaps and bounds.
EDIT: A lot of people have been asking for recommendations for a plant. I don't know everything there is to know about plants, but I can give a few suggestions:
First thing's first: before you bring any plant into your house, check to see whether it's toxic to your pets or humans. Poinsettias typically aren't allowed at nursing homes because they're toxic to humans and sometimes people with dementia will try to eat them. A LOT of plants are toxic to dogs and cats. Make sure the plant you get won't kill the ones you love!
(Note that plants that are toxic to humans are still okay in most offices since most people don't just go around eating plants)
What's a good plant for my desk that gets no light?
For no/low light areas (north-facing windows, offices with no windows, etc), some good bets are:
Pothos: A very low maintenance vine that will grow without much help. Pothos actually don't like direct sunlight, so low-light areas are great for it. Note: Pothos is toxic to cats, dogs, and I think children.
Sansevieria, aka Mother In Law's Tongue or Snake's Tongue: This requires minimal water and light, so it's good for someone who isn't around often. Sansevieria is especially good for cleaning the air as well, so it's nice to put in an office or bedroom or wherever you breathe for several hours a day. Mildly toxic to cats and dogs.
Where can I buy plants?
You can buy plants online -- you can even get Pothos for under $10 on Amazon! -- but I've only ever bought seeds online. For live plants, a nursery is a good option if you can find one in your area. Stores like Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, and other big stores usually have a nursery. I actually really like the plants I've gotten from Home Depot. Smaller, dedicated nurseries are also really good places to go if you know you want a plant but don't know much else. People there can help you find something that fits what you need.
Honestly though, most of my plants I got for free. It was strange: the first plant I ever brought into my office was a peace lily. A week or so later, a coworker dropped by and asked if I wanted a cutting from his spider plant. After that the floodgates opened. People just started bringing me plants that they had extras of or didn't want any more or didn't know how to take care of. I probably have twenty or thirty plants in my office, including an enormous jade plant that lives in a garbage can because it got too big for everything else, and the only one I bought was the peace lily. Talk to coworkers with plants. They'll probably give you a trimming to start your own if you ask.
Edit 2: I can't word good.
What type of plants do you grow in your filter/allow to grow emergent out of your tank? [R]5 years, 5 months agomicahkid posted submission on PlantedTank.
Sept. 16, 2014
Hi r/plantedtank! I'm looking to set up a couple of plants with their roots submerged in tank water with the leaves/foliage growing out. I'm specifically looking for plants that love nitrates. I have bamboo and am trying to track down some pothos, but everywhere I've tried in my city is sold out so I'm hoping to find something else to try in the meantime.
Thanks for any suggestions you may have!