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Decorative Indoor Plant Pots

From large pots to small ones, to plant hangers, the variety available is endless. Combine the greenery with cool and warm shades of pots, and enhance all that nature has to provide to you. Take a look at the types of pots for indoor plants you can use to elevate the beauty of your interior space.

Plastic Pots
If you are looking for cheap plant pots, then plastic is your best bet. Not only is it cheap, it is also durable and requires extremely low maintenance. Furthermore, plastic pots, unlike clay pots are not porous, which means your plants will require lesser attention from you in terms of watering. On the other hand, since it is not porous, it also means oxygen will not reach the plants well. As such, you must use a well-draining potting mix. Like any other pot, even plastic pots for indoor plants must have holes or a tray to collect the excess water, which should then be drained.

Terracotta Pots
Terracotta pots are the most traditional plant pots that have always been used by gardening enthusiasts. Since they are porous, they overcome the disadvantages of a plastic pot. However, indoor plants kept in terracotta pots require regular watering, as the pot tends to absorb excess moisture from the soil. Drainage holes in these pots are a must. If you wish to use terracotta pots indoors, it is advisable to keep potted plants that do not have high watering needs, as they can otherwise get a little messy. An ideal plant would be an aloe vera plant or any other cactus.

Ceramic Pots
Recent and more interesting additions to container gardening and pots for indoor plants include ceramic pots. The variety in shapes, sizes, colors, and designs make them unique additions to your interiors. They provide all the advantages of a plastic pot, but are definitely better looking. Place them on the floor, or on plant stands, they can only look extremely appealing. Even if you don’t place plants in them and simply the empty pots in strategic locations, they will serve as wonderful focal points for your living space.

Stainless Steel Pots
Sleek, modern and stylish, stainless steel pots for indoor gardening take the entire process to a whole new level. If you have a modern living space, then these stainless steel pots will do wonders for the aesthetic appeal of your interiors. The sleek stainless steel with the soothing greenery of houseplants makes for an excellent combination that can be used to enhance the indoors. Square, cylindrical or long rectangular pots, take your pick from any that suit your taste.

Indoor Plant Pot Hangers
If you don’t want to occupy floor space with potted plants, then indoor plant hangers are for you. Placed on a lone pillar, or hanging in your balcony, these provide the beauty of greenery without occupying too much floor space. These are of course ideal for hanging indoor plants. A combination of a couple of potted plants kept on the floor along with these hanging plant pots, will make the entire look perfect. Plant hangers are available in all the aforementioned materials, so you can take your pick depending on your personal taste.

When selecting indoor plant pots, keep in mind certain pointers. For one, no matter what material you select, the pot should look good with the plant, and the space in which you are going to keep it. Keep in mind the larger picture rather than the momentary vision. Secondly, the size of the plant should be proportionate to the pot you are going to keep it in. A round bush growing in a rectangular pot will look silly, though these may be beautiful elements individually. Apart from the terracotta pots, none of the other materials mentioned here are porous, which means they will require you to follow the regime mentioned for the plastic pots.