Indoor Gardening Plants
Indoor plants can add color, beauty and character to your living space. It’s becoming more common for people to work remotely or spend more time in the home—you might as well reap the benefits that plants have to offer while being inside, especially in the winter months.
Goebberts has a wide selection of low maintenance Indoor plants great for home or office. Studies have shown that indoor plants can help improve concentration, productivity, reduce stress levels, boost your mood and even improve the air quality in your home. Plants can help reduce carbon dioxide levels, increase humidity, reduce levels if certain pollutants such as benzene or nitrogen dioxide, reduce airborne dust levels and keep air temperature down. Plants can also help reduce background noise levels while cheering you up and brightening up your space.
Stop in and check out our Indoor Plant Department and start reaping the benefits today!
Some Of Our Common Plants, At A Glance
Prayer Plant – Low light, Water well and keep moist, mist weekly. Fertilize once a month in the spring and summer.
Chinese Evergreen – Med to low light, likes well-draining soil, Fertilize once a month in the spring and summer.
Dumb Cane – Low light, Do Not over water this plant. Always keep the soil moist, mist weekly. Fertilize once a week in the spring and summer.
Mother-in-Law Plant – Bright light and can take some full sun. Likes it dry – do not overwater. Fertilize once a month in the spring and summer.
Spider Plants – Bright light, well-drained soil but do not get the soil soggy. Let it dry out between watering. Fertilize once a week in the spring and summer.
Peace Lily – Low Light. These plants are sensitive to chemicals found in our water. Use distilled water to water 2 to 3 times a week in the spring and summer, less in the winter. These plants are not heavy feeders so fertilize only occasionally.
Cordyline – Bright light, likes well-draining soil. Water regularly and keep the soil moist. Fertilize monthly in the spring and summer.
Aloe Vera – Bright light, Water deeply but infrequently in the spring and summer and about every 3 weeks in the winter. Do not fertilize your aloe vera plant.
Philodendron – Bright light, Water well and let the top 1 inch dry out between waterings. Fertilize monthly in the spring and summer.