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4 Indoor Plants That Will Look Great in Your Sunroom


Indoor plants are a great way to add style and comfort to a home. One of the best rooms in a home where indoor plants can be added to is a sunroom.

The plants can receive enough natural light from the windows to grow well. There are many different types of greenery that can work well as a part of your sunroom.

Here are four indoor plants that will thrive in your sunroom.


One of the best parts of having a plant in a sunroom is watching how much it grows through exposure to all the natural light. Ivy is a plant that can grow well in a sunroom.

There are a few different kinds of ivy you can consider, from Persian ivy to Japanese ivy. The most common among the different types is English ivy.

Each type of ivy generally follows the same process of growing. They all have to be exposed to bright light. One of the signs you’ll notice is that if the ivy isn’t getting enough sunlight, the leaves will droop more.

If the plant continues to not get enough light, it will be at risk of corrosion from pests. You can remedy the situation before that happens by putting your ivy closer to the window.

One of the easy things about taking care of this plant is it doesn’t require much watering. The topsoil needs to be dry to the touch before you apply any water to it again.

The pot where you place your ivy should also have good drainage. Ivy is known for rotting at the roots.

It will also wilt in soil that’s excessively wet. You’ll have to periodically clean it as the leaves can build up with pests and dust. Watering the plant for a minute or two is good enough cleaning to give it.

Be sure to nourish your ivy by giving it nitrogen-rich fertilizer once every month during the spring, summer, and fall.

You should avoid fertilizing ivy during the winter.

Low-light plants


As the name indicates, low-light plants don’t require constant sunlight. Nonetheless, they can still work well in a sunroom.

An example of a low-light plant you can place inside is the Chinese evergreen. This type of plant only requires medium to low light to grow properly.

It’s important to make sure that it’s in a position where it can receive some sunlight, but it doesn’t receive too much sunlight.

Examples of areas you can place the Chinese evergreen include the lower rung of a shelf, or any other area in your sunroom that receives minimal light throughout the day.

If the location of your sunroom is facing the east, a low-light plant can be placed by the window, as it will only receive sunlight a few hours in the mornings.

The Chinese evergreen is a durable plan, as it can tolerate dry air and drought-like conditions well.

It’s important to make sure the plant is in well-draining soil. You can achieve that by using a mix of perlite, sand, and potting soil.

The Chinese evergreen only requires moderate watering. It will also need time to dry out between watering sessions to prevent root rot.

Lastly, the Chinese evergreen needs to be fertilized only once or twice a year with the use of water-soluble houseplant fertilizer.

Indoor trees


A small tree can be a great addition in the corner of your sunroom. It will have enough space and natural light to grow as much as it can.

An Anita cane tree is one type of small tree you can consider adding. It’s a plant that’s durable and can resist pests and diseases.

Similarly, with the other plants, the container should have good draining capabilities to prevent rotting.

You shouldn’t use soil that has too much perlite in it. Perlite is designed to lighten the soil and give a plant’s roots more air, helping the plant have better drainage.

With an Anita cane tree, it can cause uneven distribution within the pot, which will negatively impact its ability to grow.

As long as the plant has optimal potting, you won’t have to water too frequently. In the times that you do water your Anita cane tree, make sure it’s done thoroughly.

Be sure to stop once the water starts to drain out of the bottom of the pot. Use distilled water rather than tap water, as an indoor tree tends to be more sensitive to fluoride.

Fluoride water will cause the leaves of the tree to yellow.

Flowering plants

If you’re interested in bringing brighter colors into your sunroom, flowers can help with brightening your space up. One type of flowering plant you could use is a hibiscus.

They come in a variety of colors such as pink, red, and yellow.

A hibiscus will die if it doesn’t receive enough sunlight, so a sunroom is a good room for it to be placed. You should position it in the most well-lit spot of the room, and let it be able to get hours of natural light throughout the day.

In addition to sunlight, a hibiscus also needs a lot of watering. You can know if you need to water the plant by sticking your finger all the way in the pot and seeing if you feel any damp soil.

If you don’t feel any, then you should start watering the plant slowly. It’s important to also keep a drainage system, so you can avoid drowning your hibiscus.

You’ll need to make sure your sunroom is equipped to stay warm all year long, as the hibiscus will die if it’s left in temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Additionally, it’s important to consistently prune your hibiscus to maintain its shape and size. You should prune the new blooms after they’ve grown to about two inches in length.

All of these different types of plants won’t only look good in your sunroom; they’ll grow well from all the natural light in it.

Be sure to maintain proper care of your sunroom plants, so they can continue to be healthy and vibrant.

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