Creating an indoor oasis with planters is a great way to bring a bit of the outdoors into your home or office. Not only do planters add beauty and life to a space, but they also provide an opportunity to enjoy nature in an enclosed, controlled environment.
Everyone deserves to have a space in their home that is their own personal oasis – a place where they can go to relax, unwind, and escape from the stresses of daily life. If you don’t have an outdoor space, or if you simply want to create a more intimate setting, then indoor planters are the way to go.
You can transform any room in your home into a tranquil oasis. Indoor planters come in all shapes and sizes, so you can easily find one that fits your space and style. Learn more about how to create an indoor oasis with planters!
Use Tall Indoor Planters
When designing your indoor oasis, there are a few key elements to consider. First, think about the size and shape of your planters. You can choose from a range of sizes and shapes, from large, bold planters to small, delicate ones. Choosing the right size and shape will help create the atmosphere you’re looking for.
If you want to make a room appear more spacious or the ceiling higher, one simple way to do it is to use tall indoor planters. Tall planters can help to create the illusion of a higher ceiling, and they can also add a pop of color and life to any room.
So if you're looking for a way to make your room appear more open and airy, consider using tall indoor planters. And if you need help finding the right plants for your space, we can help with that too.
Choose the Right Plants
Next, consider the plants you’ll use in your planters. There are a variety of options to choose from, including flowers, succulents, herbs, and even vegetables. Be sure to select plants that will thrive in the environment you’ve created.
Tall plants such as snake plants, ficus, philodendrons, and rubber trees are all large plants that can grow high. They are best used in open spaces, so as to give your indoor space the feeling of an oasis.
Place The Planters Near Sunlight
When you’re ready to start planting, be sure to place your planters in the right spot. Place them in an area that gets plenty of natural light, but not direct sunlight. This will help ensure that your plants get the light they need to thrive.
Give Your Indoor Garden the Right Humidity
If you don't have a humidifier, now might be a good time to invest in one. Most plants thrive in an environment where the humidity is between 40 to 60%. If the air in your home is too dry, your plants will suffer. A humidifier will help to keep the air around your plants at the perfect level of humidity.
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a humidifier. First, you'll want to make sure that it is the right size for the room you want to use it in. Second, you'll want to choose a humidifier that is easy to clean. And finally, you'll want to find a humidifier that is quiet so it won't disturb you while you're trying to sleep.
If you don’t have the budget to get a humidifier, adding a tray with pebbles is a great way to naturally add humidity to your plant. The pebbles will help to hold the moisture in the air and will also help to keep the roots of your plant cool.
To get started, simply place a tray with pebbles near your plant. You can also add a bit of water to the tray if you like. Make sure to check the tray regularly and add more water as needed.
Give Your Plants Time to Breathe
When you bring a new plant home from the store, it’s important to give it time to adjust to its new surroundings before you start transplanting or fertilizing it. Transplanting and fertilizing are both stressors for plants, and your plant will need time to acclimate to its new home before it can handle any additional stress.
If you try to transplant or fertilize your plant too soon, you run the risk of damaging it or even killing it. So, when you get a new plant, resist the urge to jump right in and start changing things. Just let your plant be for the first year, and it will be all the stronger for it.
Use the Right Soil and Planter
When it comes to growing plants, choosing the right soil and planter is essential. The type of soil you use can make a big difference in how well your plants grow. And the right planter can help your plants have the right amount of space to grow and thrive.
Here are a few tips to help you choose the right soil and pot for your plants:
- Use a light, well-drained soil for most plants.
- Avoid using small pots and planters that are too small for the plant.
- Choose a planter with drainage holes to help prevent roots from sitting in water.
- Consider adding an organic amendment to your soil to help improve drainage and aeration.
- Be sure to choose a planter that is the appropriate size for the plant. One that is too big can lead to over- watering.
Think about the materials you’ll use for your planters. At Greentec Innovations, we offer a wide range of planters for the indoors made from sustainable materials. Our planters are available in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, making it easy to find the perfect planter for your indoor oasis.
Once you’ve selected the right planters, it’s time to start planting or moving your plants. You can fill your planters with the right soil and fertilizer. This will help ensure that your plants get the nutrients they need to thrive in their new home.
Creating an indoor oasis with planters is a great way to bring a bit of the outdoors into your home or office. With the right planters, plants, and environment, you can enjoy nature in the comfort of your own home.
And with Greentec Innovations’ wide range of sustainable indoor planters, you can be sure that your indoor oasis is good for the environment as well.