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8 green plants to have in your kitchen

8 green plants to have in your kitchen



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1. Chlorophytum comosum


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The best advantage of Chlorophytum is to resist more or less everything, in addition to belonging to the family of depolluting plants. In other words, we put it in the kitchen and we water it from time to time, it does the rest, even when we do not really have a green thumb. Especially the decorative effect, moreover, since its pretty drooping leaves veined with cream are the most beautiful effect on the counter or at the top of a cupboard. Note that it is also called a spider or phalanx plant.

2. The pothos


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One more houseplant categorized as easy to grow. This pretty green plant with heart-shaped leaves mottled with yellow is satisfied with an average brightness, an occasional watering and a normal temperature. Suffice to say that it is divine in the kitchen, especially on a piece of furniture or a shelf from which its drooping leaves can drip quietly to dress up the decor. An original detail? The more light it recovers, the more intense the color of its leaves.

3. The spathiphyllum


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It resembles a miniature arum with its pretty white flowers and elongated leaves of brilliant green. The spatiphyllum is the exotic plant that we all want to have in the kitchen, since it needs a lot of light without being directly exposed, generally one of the characteristics of the kitchen. And in addition to being decorative, it is classified as a depolluting plant. It will never compensate for good ventilation, but it can only do good!

4. Syngonium


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Under this complicated name hides a plant from Central America, enough to offer a jungle note in the kitchen. With its green leaves in the shape of arrows streaked with white or yellow, it is one of the decorative plants ultra-easy to maintain, as long as it is not flooded before allowing the water to stagnate in the cup. For the rest, a minimum of light, a few sweet words from time to time and the syngonium flourishes in the kitchen.

5. Dieffenbachia


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Another one that has a small effect in the kitchen, with its large leaves at the heart ranging from cream to yellow. And if it is renowned, it is as much for its look as for its ease of maintenance: the dieffenbachia is one of the house plants recommended for beginners, as it is robust and easy to care for. If it is happy, it is even possible that it will start to flower, or rather to produce large inflorescences like arum.

6. Aglaonema


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We don't always know its name, but we know its leaves: aglaonma exists in a large number of varieties, all with delicately variegated leaves ranging from silver to pink. A real decoration bonus in the kitchen, and we let you imagine the jungle effect for who decides to place several aglaonema of different colors in the room ... The green plant does not even need a lot of light, as long as the watering is regular, it is happy.

7. The Dracaena


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The dracaena or dragon tree is probably the depolluting green plant the best known, and with its large size, it can be grown in pots in a corner of the kitchen. A nice way to revegetate the room while absorbing polluting substances, for a pretty plant with long leaves striped in tufts ... easy to maintain, what's more. We just place it in a sunny place, turn the pot regularly and water from time to time to enjoy it!

8. The philodendron


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We love it in the kitchen for its large serrated leaves with a frankly exotic look, while it is rather easy to live with. Ultra-trendy green plant in decoration, the philodendron is also one of the most resistant and flourishes easily in a pretty pot, in a sunny place without direct rays. Perfect in the kitchen, therefore, for a beautiful decorative effect to decline with the desires and varieties!