Kitchen

Kitchen Plants

If there’s one room that seems to get left out when finding new homes for your houseplants, it’s  the kitchen. Even the biggest plant parents tend to forget about using their cooking space as a viable option to raise a new aloe or pothos. Whether it’s for culinary purposes, first aid, or simply just decorative, there are some species of plants that do better than others when it comes to hanging out where you cook dinner. 

While your plants will enjoy this living situation, you’re also making it easier on yourself when it comes to caring for them. You’re close to a sink for watering, most kitchens have ample sunlight, and because you frequent this room so much, you’ll rarely forget about your leafy friends—it’s the perfect situation for both parties.

  • Calathea makoyana - Peacock Prayer Plant

  • Chlorophytum comosum - Spider Plant

  • Ardisia humilis - Jet Berry Plant

Calathea sp.                     ka-LAH-thee-uh Common Names: Prayer Plant, Peacock Plant, Zebra Plant,...
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Light | Low - bright filteredWater | Let soil dry out between wateringSoil | Well-draining This classic houseplant is great for...
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Calathea makoyana - Peacock Prayer Plant
Chlorophytum comosum - Spider Plant
Ardisia humilis - Jet Berry Plant