Which are the best plants to keep in your kitchen?

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We spend so much time in our kitchen. Preparing food can be very hectic at times. Thus a welcoming environment in the kitchen is an absolute must. But how can one ensure this? How can one make the kitchen look better than it already is? You can do that by adding best plants for kitchen.

Why should one consider adding plants to their kitchen?

There can be many reasons to choose from when it comes to why having kitchen plants is beneficial. The task of preparing food requires a calm and peaceful environment. Many people worldwide believe that you need to be in a good mood while preparing food as the person consuming the same may be getting the positive or negative energy from the food. Plants help in making the environment of the kitchen much better. They transform a kitchen from being a place you have to be to a place you want to be in. Apart from adding a hint of green to the interiors of the kitchen, plants also help by providing several benefits. One can benefit from kitchen plants as they provide fresher and cleaner air; they have also been proven to remove toxins from the air. 

Now that we have established why it is a great option to have plants in your, which are the plants one must consider keeping on their kitchen shelves? Not to worry, as we have gotten you covered.

Seven plants you must consider keeping in your kitchen

There are tons of things one must consider before keeping plants in their kitchen. Will the plant survive? Will the plant be helpful in any way? Here are the best plants you can have in your kitchen

  1. Arabica coffee plant: This plant has shiny dark leaves that provide a hot and welcoming environment. This is a self-pollinating that produces white flowers with a vanilla scent. This is a great option to have on top of your kitchen shelves as it suits areas with high levels of humidity and easy plant care.
  1. Pathos ‘neon’: This plant is a brighter option with neon leaves. This is an excellent choice as it hardly needs any care, the light requirement for this plant is low, and the bright chartreuse colour of this plant needs water only once every two weeks.
  1. Spider Plant ‘Bonnie’: This plant is highly famous for it not requiring hardly any care to flourish. Being native to South Africa, this plant can retain nutrients and moisture in its roots for periods of drought. This plant is very appealing as it forms an organic chandelier due to the long variegated strappy grass-like leaves that tend to arch over, giving it the appearance.  
  1. Ponytail palm: This is another option in your kitchen if you are looking for something different from the norm. This alien-looking plant can help ignite amazing conversations. This Mexican plant has a thick stem that can survive hot and dry (kitchen conditions) with very little water.
  1. Fern ‘Maidenhair’: This may be one of the more attention-requiring plants on the list, but it still cuts based purely on aesthetics. This plant’s thin and delicate leaves blow wind-like feathers, making this plant extremely attractive to the eyes.
  1.  Maranta ‘Red Prayer’: known for its unique characteristic, that is, being flat throughout the day and folding up in a praying position at night, this is a fantastic option to have in your kitchen. This plant requires hardly any care.
  1. ZZ Plant: This is another great and easy to care option. With elegant almond-shaped leaves, this makes for a fantastic kitchen plant.    

Originally posted 2022-04-27 11:31:54.

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