If you’ve got succulents or cactus perched on the edge of your window or on a shelf, then don’t worry, as they will actually fare pretty well with the extra sunshine.
To help keep you home green during summer, here are few amazing house plants that thrive in the heat and can withstand the hottest months of the year, so if you don’t already own one of these, get down to your nearest nursery and get one soon.
It’s no surprise these plants are on trend right now, given their beauty and effortless maintenance. Although green succulents are more suited to indoors than their brighter variants, place your plant near a window that gets light all day so it’s bound to thrive! Since its thick and sturdy leaves store moisture, you only need to water it once a week, and will even be forgiven after two weeks of neglect! But during winter I water them very less like once in a month.
We’re all guilty of occasionally neglecting our indoor plants, especially in hot temperatures when we’re more concerned with hydrating ourselves. Luckily for us, cactus appreciate a light and warm spot, coping well in direct sunlight and being watered once a month is perfectly fine. And with plenty of choice in shapes and sizes, it’s an easy way to inject green into your home without the stress!
Devil’s Ivy are a popular choice for indoor plants, both resilient and pretty. Think low maintenance, able to adapt and thrive in bright indirect light and low light. The plant only needs to be watered infrequently, so even when temperatures are soaring there’s no need to worry about it wilting. It also helps with the humidity in your home.