Best Balcony Plants to Add for a Beautiful Home

Who doesn’t want to have a relaxing and comfortable space by decorating a balcony with beautiful plants? That’s correct. Nobody dislikes the concept, and no one should. You may have noticed how people in the West always transform their balconies into a wonderful place to sit and relax. They should definitely be considered an inspiration for how you want to decorate your balcony or terrace, from putting up couches to balcony plants. But you don’t have to live in the west to have that kind of space.

A stunning terrace and balcony can now be found in many Indian apartments. If you enjoy the cosy feeling that plants provide, you should start with balcony plants as soon as possible. Below are some of the most popular and best balcony plants in India that you should start with.

Balcony plants to add to your home terrace or balcony:

Marigold is a popular balcony plant in India. It has no medicinal value and is typically used as a decorative balcony plant. In warmer regions, it can be kept in partial shade during the summer. Most states in India get too hot, so if you live in one of them, keep the plant inside after giving it some sunlight in the mornings. Marigold does not necessitate a lot of maintenance. All you have to do is make sure the plant gets enough sunlight and water it.

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One of the most beautiful balcony plants you could ever have is a hyacinth. In Hyacinth, you can choose from a variety of colours. Purple is one of the most popular and beautiful colours. Although many people prefer white. When it’s too hot outside, keep this balcony plant in the shade. It could also receive direct sunlight in other weather conditions. This plant can also be kept indoors, on top of your desk, for a more natural feel.

Snake Plant

Snake plants are a common house plant in India, and you should have at least three of them for a pleasing appearance. Some people keep this plant inside their homes with partial sunlight, and you can do the same if you prefer. This balcony plant requires little maintenance and only needs to be watered once a month during the winter. During the summer, you should only water once every few days. However, be careful not to overwater the soil, as this will cause the plant to rot.

Creeping Roses

Another balcony plant that will add a beautiful aesthetic to your home is creeping roses. For this plant to grow and thrive on your balcony, you must provide some kind of stem support. This plant requires direct sunlight and should be watered daily to maintain its beauty. The best part about this balcony plant is that it comes in a variety of colours. You can choose which one you want to have on your balcony based on the style of your home. The best colours, in our opinion, will be a rose and white combination.

Ponytail Palm

If you don’t have much space, a ponytail palm is a lovely little plant to add to your balcony. They are small and look like a ponytail. Because it is succulent, you do not need to water it every day. The plant should be kept in partial shade and is ideal for growing in the summer.

To create a relaxing environment, pair all or some of these balcony plants with a comfortable chair or couch. With all of this décor, you can read books, work, or simply relax on the balcony and enjoy some peace and quiet.

What are your favourite balcony plants to grow? How many plants do you have, and how did you decorate your balcony? Please do tell us everything!

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