Even in the world of gardening, we can talk about trends and fashion. Some plants were cherished by our grandparents and then were forgotten for a while. Then, as for the perpetual circle of style, they come back in force and invade our interiors as well as our gardens.
Here are the 10 flowers and plants that have become trendy again!
Known as the “mother-in-law’s tongue,” sansevieria is one of those plants that purify the air. It is straightforward to maintain, and it is a robust plant that you can install in any room of your home.
Succulents are succulents that can be seen everywhere: in the garden center, in the garden, in pots, and on the web! They are very resistant since they resist a lack of water. They are therefore ideal plants for beginners. In addition, they reveal magnificent colors varying between green, pink and purplish.
Anthurium is a tropical plant whose foliage seems varnished, which gives it this shiny side. Its yellow tubular spadices contrast beautifully with the red heart-shaped flowers.
Gladioli have long been “has-been.” And yet, with their large color palettes, they are the stars of florists’ displays. Indeed, gladioli bring freshness to bouquets.
5. Guyana chestnut
With its magnificent braided trunk, the Guyana chestnut is a real eye-catcher. It brings originality to any interior!
6. Boston fern
The Boston fern absorbs moisture since its natural environment is tropical. Because it requires light, it will do best in a bathroom with a window.
Begonias are small flowers of a thousand and one colors! They will bloom from May to October.
8. The weeping fig tree ficus Benjamina
The weeping fig tree settles indoors because it is a tropical plant. It brings a certain freshness to the room.
Actual indoor suns, daffodils unveil their bright flowers in spring.
When we think of geraniums, we immediately think of our grandmothers. And yet, these flowers bring a lot of cheerfulness to the planters of balconies or terraces. They can also be installed on edge or in a bed.