Evergreen indoor plants add more elegance to the rest of the furniture, giving a natural touch all year round, summer or winter. These types of plants have the particularity of not dropping their leaves and maintaining their beauty unchanged over the seasons. Indeed, leaf renewal takes place gradually during the formation of buds without the plant being completely bare. For each climatic condition, it is necessary to choose the appropriate one so that it retains its characteristic over time, without withering. Caring for evergreens is like caring for others that lose their leaves. It is necessary to fertilize them, water them, establish their correct position according to the
Evergreen flowering plants.
When choosing ornamental plants for indoor or outdoor use, a division should be made. In fact, there are those that have only leaves and flowering perennials, which give greater beauty to the environment and are very fragrant. Among these are the perennial species that bloom exuberantly several times a year. You can choose according to the size, according to the colors or the scent and of course taking into account the climate so that the vegetables grow in an ideal environment. It should also be taken into account that there are plants that are more suitable for the house and others that should be kept outside, such as hedges or climbers. In the time of year when there is no flowering, the plant does not lose its leaves, but remains green, gradually changing foliage.
List of evergreen plants
Among the evergreen plants we find: Ficus benjamina is very common as an indoor ornamental plant, especially of small size, although in the adult state it needs a larger space such as a garden because it can reach several meters in height; Turmeric has long lanceolate leaves which are very shiny and light green in color, and the flowers last for more than 15 days; Fatsia, on the other hand, native to Eastern countries, reaches 5 meters in height and has large, shiny and evergreen leaves; Croton is a shrub that has foliage of different colors ranging from yellow to red that contains different shapes, both oval and elongated; waxflowers are rather vines that bloom profusely in summer, the leaves are green and fleshy, like those of succulents,
Evergreen vines are those that keep their colors and foliage unchanged, without being bare during the winter months. They have the particularity of growing vertically on walls or pergolas if they have a structure to support them. Among these, some very common species are jasmine, ivy, Canadian vine and many others depending on the characteristics sought, the climate and the spaces available. In fact, if you have a smaller place, it would be necessary not to buy these plants which rather need large structures to climb. These climbers are also differentiated according to the presence or absence of flowers. They do not need special care, as they only need to provide fertilizing, watering and pruning. This type of plants is more common for