Fantasy planet

All information about the fantastic plants of our planet. Tips for caring for indoor and garden flowers.


In addition to the visual component, plants carry a completely material and tangible comfort and warmth. Flowers are able to decorate any home due to interesting shapes and colors.

Watering indoor plants - Faterra
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Categories of houseplants
Decorative flowering houseplants - Faterra
Decorative leafy houseplants - Faterra
Indoor succulents - Faterra
Domestic Fruit Trees and Shrubs - Faterra

Decorative flowering plants

This is the largest group of indoor plants, represented by specimens growing in different parts of the planet Earth.

All decorative flowering plants are different from each other. Their flowers have a different shape, color and smell.

Some bloom exclusively in summer, others - on the contrary, in winter. In some, the duration of flowering lasts only a day, while the flowers of other species stay on the peduncle for many months.

Decorative leafy plants

This group usually includes those crops that either do not bloom at all, or their flowering is imperceptible / unattractive. However, these species differ in the beauty of the leaves.

As a rule, caring for decorative foliage plants is easier than flowering ones, because they are less capricious.

The leaves of plants can be of various shapes and forms: dissected, oval, whole, lobed, linear, with serrated, wavy or solid edges.


Succulents are ideal flowers for those who regularly forget about them, do not have time to care for them, or often leave home.

These plants are native to arid regions, so they are able to accumulate moisture in large quantities in special types of tissues. Because of these tissues, their trunks and branches often take on a characteristic thick, fleshy shape.

Due to the slow growth of succulents in a small space, you can collect hundreds of different species - this is what collectors use.


Fruit trees often grow on window sills next to decorative flowers.

Fruit houseplants are exotic and beautiful, they can grow and bear fruit in an ordinary living space. Of course, in order to obtain fruits, it is necessary to observe the growing conditions.

Diversify the "picture" of your indoor garden with fruit houseplants.

Never listen to what the flowers say. You just have to look at them and breathe in their scent.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery. The little Prince.

Plants in the interior
Poisonous indoor plants
Most of the representatives of the flora are useful and harmless, but there are categories of flowers that are best only admired, beware of their strong toxicity.
Oleander - home care with photos and videos |

Oleander (Nerium oleander)

Oleander is a poisonous plant, so precautions should be taken with great care when in contact with it. The most poisonous is the milky juice of the flower and seeds. Chewing the leaves of the plant is absolutely contraindicated.

Cyclamen care at home with photo and video | Faterra


It is not very difficult to grow a cyclamen indoor plant, the main thing is to know some features. It must always be remembered that a beautiful plant is poisonous. It is necessary to carefully care for him and perform all the points of work with poisonous flowers.

Monstera (crybaby) care at home | Houseplants Faterra


Indoor monstera does not claim special care. The main thing is to create conditions close to natural and a lot of space. Remember, the monstera is poisonous: getting the juice of the plant can lead to skin dermatitis and irritation of the mucous membranes.

Why do we need flowers in the house?
Why do we need flowers in the house?
Studies have shown that indoor plants remove about 87% of the pollutants that are in the air of the home.
Strengthening the immune system
When we sleep surrounded by greenery, we feel more relaxed, which means that the immune system is able to work more productively.
Air humidification
Approximately 10% of all air humidity in the interior is created by indoor plants. If they are not, then the moisture is correspondingly less.
Easy care houseplants
For those who forget to water indoor plants, there are special resistant varieties.
Zamioculcas - Plant care with photo and video |

Zamioculcas (Zamioculcas)

Exotic zamiokulkas does not need special care either. It tolerates poor lighting and interruptions in watering the soil. Zamiakulkas does not suffer from the bright sun, does not require frequent transplants and top dressing, grows well in a small pot.

Sansevieria home care, photo and video |

Sansevieria (Sansevieria)

Sansevieria is completely unpretentious. With all the desire it is difficult to kill her. The plant can do without water and sun for several weeks. In addition, it perfectly protects the room from harmful substances that constantly emit objects around us.

Spathiphyllum - care features, transplantation at home with photos and videos

Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum)

Caring for a flower female happiness will not be difficult, which makes it popular among flower growers. Spathiphyllum is picky about light. It will perfectly enliven the office atmosphere or any other where there is not very good lighting.

The most capricious indoor flowers
Plants that are very difficult to care for, but they are worth it.
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