Indoor houseplants are great to have in the home. It is not only for mere decorative purposes, no matter how great it looks. This is because indoor plants do not only lend charm, it purifies the air, helps uplift the mood and raise productivity, and at the same time helps promote the home occupants’ general well-being.
San Diego’s idyllic climate is very conducive to plant propagation whether outside the home, or indoors. And this is the reason why many San Diego Native plants are great as indoor houseplants. Landscaping Network has this to say about planting in San Diego, California. “San Diego can be a great place for a lively garden as long as you make educated and appropriate plant choices. You are going to want plants that are drought tolerant and thrive in bright sunlight. You will also need to consider the condition of your soil and what planting zone you are in.” Read the continuation of the article here.
Succulents are one of the best houseplants to nurture. Exotic Gardens over at El Cajon has a wide array of succulents that plant enthusiasts and newbies can choose from. “Exotic Gardens stocks locally grown aloes, bromeliads, cacti, staghorn ferns, imported pottery, and much more — over 100 species of succulents. Each week there are new plants in the store seldom found in other nurseries, including unusual pachypodiums, large tree aloes, and many Euphorbias from seeds and cuttings. Especially noteworthy is Euphorbia jacksonii, with yellow and green mottled, branching stems. Carl has off-site growing grounds on 2 acres, and has expanded his business to supply the plants that San Diego and surrounding areas are introducing to conserve water, protect homes from fires, and to make a unique, colorful, and more sustainable garden.” Check out the plant selection in their website here.
Solana Succulents also sells a wide array of succulents. Socalnursery.com included this succulent seller in its list of plant nurseries in the San Diego, CA area. “This highly personalized nursery carries rare, collectable and unusual succulents, container gardens, pottery and bonsai succulents. The owner is known for creating prize winning displays (see at San Diego Botanical Garden and the LA Arboretum — they are really special!) of succulents that look like they are underwater!” Check out the other nurseries that made it to their list here.
Nurturing plants inside the home is definitely beneficial. Picking one to care for and propagate is easy when in San Diego,