Looking for new way to freshen up your apartment? Consider some new house plants!

Incorporating house plants into your decor is a great way to make your apartment feel more like home. Plus, house plants have been shown to have positive health benefits, including allergy relief and air purification.

Here are a few different types of houseplants that are will spruce up your apartment and are easy to manage.


Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera plants are extremely easy to grow, and have a lot of health benefits. To grow your aloe plant all you need to do is plant it in a terracotta pot with equal parts sand and potting soil, and water your plant once every two weeks. These cactus-like plants can help treat sunburns, are used for skincare, and have lots of other uses.


Peace Lily

Peace lilies are a perfect plant to add a bit more colour to your rooms. With their white top leaves and deep green canopy, peace lilies are sure to improve any room, while being one of the easiest plants to take care of. Like most house plants, make sure you don't overwater them, and keep them out of direct sunlight. 


Spider Plant

Spider plants are considered to be one of the hardiest and easiest plants to grow in any living space. These versatile plants help purify the air in your house, while making any space look nicer with their long draping leaves. To care for them, you want to make sure that the soil is mostly dry, and that you aren't over watering your spider plant. 



With their deep green canopy-like leaves, arrowhead plants are one of the most exotic looking house plants that you can grow in your apartment. These plants are not only nice to look at, they're very easy to care for. Make sure they are out of direct sunlight, and use a spray bottle on the mist setting to water them. Keep your apartment between 60-75° F, and let the plant dry out between waterings for best results.


Each of these plants can be found at most garden centres throughout the GTA. Start your very own indoor house plant garden at your Park Property apartment today!