How to grow aquatic plants
A quick trip to Bunnings is an easy way to get an idea of what indoor plants are available. We keep them inside, just before you hit the Nursery. Once you've got them home, place your indoor plants where they'll get at least a few hours of bright, indirect sunlight a day. You don't want to expose them to direct sunlight for too long.
If you live in an apartment with limited room and no garden, indoor plants can add some life and colour to an otherwise plain space. A Monstera has an exotic look and can give your room a tropical feel, a Sword Fern looks great in a hanging basket while a Golden Cane Palm is a perfect low maintenance option. We've got a great list of the 13 plants that are best for indoors if you want to check out more. Herbs and vegetables can also be a great addition to your indoor garden.
Indoor plant pots are a fantastic way to complement your greenery and add more colour to your indoor garden. We have a huge range of pots to choose from and great advice on how to re-pot a plant once you've brought it home. You could even use hanging baskets of various shapes and sizes to create an awesome hanging garden.