Top 8 Most Vigorous And Whimsical Flowers Of Your Favourites

All of the following plants are both beautiful and easy to care for. Eight beautiful flowers that are cheap to buy and cheap to maintain but still look good! There are more expensive plants out there that can look fantastic, but some of us on the other end of the spectrum want something nice for a bit less. 

So here are my top 8 picks – feel free to leave yours in the comments! Looking for some peace and tranquillity inside your home? Plants are the perfect way to do this!

Zamioculcas zamiifolia

The ZZ plant is an evergreen which means it can grow in low light, won’t die if you neglect it and even looks good with a few leaves missing! This plant also has a fun name: ZZ plant because its scientific name is so long that no one bothers using it.

But we will be here on our website! To care for this plant, make sure there’s enough light for it and give it plenty of room as they can grow quite big up to 1m tall with age. You can always order flowers online and surprise your loved ones with its fragrance.

Chlorophytum comosum

The chlorophytum is an old favourite for many people, easy to care for and grows new shoots on its own pretty quickly. As long as you make sure it has enough water, it will grow happily either indoors or outdoors during the summer months – ensure it is somewhere bright or part-shaded! Not getting enough water will result in the plant dying, but if you forget to water it occasionally, it’ll be fine.

Dracaena Massangeana 

This lovely flower grows slowly and can grow to a height of 1.5m if you give it plenty of time! The Dracaena Massangeana is fairly low-light and only really needs to be watered when the soil is dry – completely ignore watering this one, and it won’t die. Want to surprise your grandparents on their anniversary? Greet them with a bouquet 

This plant is also understood to make oxygen at night, which means that having this in your bedroom will help you sleep better (this has yet to be scientifically tested, though!)

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum wallisii)

The peace lily does well in fairly shady conditions and isn’t too picky about how much water or light it gets. It produces nice white flowers now and then, making for a lovely peaceful sight inside your home. The peace lily can grow quite big but doesn’t need a really large pot – make sure the peace lily is in a suitable sized pot that is well-drained, and you should have lovely green leaves for years!

Chamaedorea seifrizii

Everyone loves these palms as they look perfect indoors or outdoors during the summer months! They do well despite not getting much water and still give off oxygen at night, which helps you sleep better. 

In their natural environment, they like to be regularly misted with water too – if you’re looking after one of these plants, this might be something fun to do, which will probably help it survive even longer!

Boston Fern 

This one is a fern! Ferns are perfect as they do well indoors and outdoors and don’t need much light or water. You can buy pots with built-in reservoirs for those who forget to water their plants from time to time – it’s amazing what you can get these days. 

Gerbera Daisies

If the Boston Fern gets too much sun, the lower leaves turn yellow, which isn’t pretty, but as long as it has some nice bright indirect light during winter months, the plant will be absolutely fine!

With a unique combination of daisy-like petals with an eye-catching center, gerbera daisies are hard to miss! They come in bright colors such as yellow, orange and pink. A symbol of appreciation and gratitude, these flowers take your appreciation for someone to a whole new level.

Carnations

With a beautiful cluster of blooms on one stem, carnations make for a great choice if you want to grow a flower arrangement at home or office. These flowers signify love and adoration when gifted to someone special whereas they also stand for luck when given as gifts during certain celebrations like Christmas.

The 8 flowers we’ve listed here not only look great, but they’re also pretty easy to maintain. You’ll spend less time watering, feeding or pruning these flowers as long as you give them enough light (preferably indirect) during the winter months. 

If you want a touch in your living room without spending too much money on furniture, consider getting one of these today! Also, they make great gifts and it is perfect to send them as a bouquet. After all, it is a pleasure to see your loved one’s smile.

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