10 Best Plants for Your Balcony Garden

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Who doesn’t adore lush greens and exotic blossoms and vibrant hues? An evening full of snacks and greens, a time to refreshen and reinvigorate our minds. They have such a lovely aura and strike our heart with pleasantness. If you don’t have excess space your balcony can make up for it. We have plenty of alternatives to revamp it.

Here’s a compilation of the best plants for your garden

  1. Jade Plant
Jade Plant
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A succulent plant, whose presence is seen to be auspicious. It is considered a good luck charm and a friendship tree. It doesn’t burn easily in sunlight and doesn’t require water daily, but it shouldn’t be let to be fully dry. It requires merely a little upkeep.

  1. Desert Rose
Desert Rose
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Aka Adenium is an easy to grow, beautiful plant that requires a sunny location and well-drained soil. It has got pinkish-red petals which makes it more desirable. Also, it can endure some neglect.

  1. Pansy
Pansy Flowers Plant
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An attractive variety of voila, present in plenty of colours and mild incense. They go well in cool weather with rich and well-drained soil and can easily be grown in pots and wooden boxes.

  1. Aloe Vera
Alovera Plant
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A must-have versatile insect-resistant plant that you can’t afford to miss. It revitalises skin, and hair, treats sunburn and is a promising anti-oxidant. It requires water barely when the soil starts to get dry.

  1. Lavender
Lavender Flowers Plant
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A simple and gratifying plant that thrives in full sun and well-drained soil, they are long-blooming perennials with a delightful fragrance.

  1. Rubber tree
Rubber Tree Plant
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One of the best houseplants which purify the air and act as pest resistant. This will simply amplify the charms of your garden. A great plant with low maintenance and non-allergic properties. It shouldn’t be kept in direct contact with the sun.

  1. Petunias
Petunia Plant Flowers
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It is easy to groom flowers and has a long flowering period. They demand full sun and adequate fertilisation. They have diverse colour patterns and give cosy vibes, don’t forget them to add the whimsical charm to your garden.

  1. Spider plant
Spider Plant
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An evergreen perennial plant requires indirect sunlight and moist soil. They can be hanged in baskets or even kept as indoor plants. A beautiful- wild-looking, go-to plant for homes.

  1. Caladium
Caladium Plant
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Want colours and heart-shaped leaves on your balcony, go for Caladium, they prefer high humidity and well-drained soil, and require trim, part shade and fertilizers.

  1. Hibiscus

Hibiscus Flower Plant

A very popular plant which doesn’t only has graceful and radiant hues but boosts our immune system and even prevents cell damage. It requires full sun for prime flowering, enough room and is quite challenging to grow.

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