Live Plants, Indoor Plants in Singapore

Live indoor plants are a great way to decorate your home or office. Unlike any other show piece, live plant adds ‘live’value and also help breath some fresh air inside the room. If you have adequate place in the room, group of plants can create a focal point. Decorating with live plants inside adds freshness to any room and brings a little of the outside in.  At Singapore Florist, we have wide variety of live plants you can chose from.

Indoor plants can create a relaxing mood and make a room feel calm and inviting. Some plants will also add a wonderful natural scent to any room. In this article, we will explore various options of having live plants and tips to maintain them well.

Bonsai Plants in Singapore

Bonsai Plants: One of the greatest plant varieties and most preferred in across the societies, bonsai plants are the small plants that mimic the shape and scale of a full size tree. If you are a tree lover, bring the outside in, with the Bonsai Plants in Singapore. Having Bonsai plants indoor brings great appearance to the look and feel of the room and it is also believed that some Bonsai plants bring good fortune.

Potted Plants: A traditional way of having plants inside the house or as a part of house garden / lawn, potted plants come in variety of species. There are countless cultivated types today and you cannot grow all of them, of course. For that reason, we at Singapore Florist have shortlisted the best and most preferred potted plants. All you have to do is select the best from the list of potted plants in singapore.

Terrarium Plants in SingaporeTerrarium: When you think of containers for your indoor plants, step outside the box and think decorative vases, bowls and anything else that will hold a plant. If it fits your decor and will hold a plant, it will be a good choice. We made several custom designs for you to easily make a choice and check if the particular terrarium is a perfect fit for your room size / table size. Click here to check all the beautiful terrariums in Singapore.