Taking care of your outdoor plants is the perfect excuse to benefit from the advantages of spending some time in the sun and enjoying the good weather. For your balcony, roof terrace or window, it’s important to choose a type of plant that tolerates a dry climate and high levels of light. Geraniums, daisies, bougainvillea and carnations could be the perfect stars of your roof terrace.

(Daisy flower Osteospermum ecklonis)

(Geranium Pelargonium sp.)

(Rhododendrons Rhododendron sp.)

Indoor plants offer numerous benefits in the most intimate settings of family life. There are many different types of plants and each one requires special care to grow and bring colour to our homes. Enjoying an oasis in your own home is now more feasible than ever thanks to the wide variety of indoor plants available in specialised establishments such as nurseries and garden centres. Some of the plants that can help you decorate the interior of your home are ferns, zamioculcas, peace lilies and snake plants.

(Arecas Dypsis Lutescens)

(Chamaedorea Chamaedorea)

(Fern Nephrolepis exaltata)

Each garden is unique and special. That’s why it’s important to take into account the garden’s characteristics when choosing which type of plants to put in it. Hydrangeas, for example, are perfect for shady spaces, ivy is the perfect ally for more humid climates, and cactuses, strong and resistant plants, will be the focal point of any space. And why not choose a classic fruit tree too or the most exotic ornamentals such as limequats, yuzu or Microcitrus australasica.

(Citrus Citrus sp)

(Cactus Cactaceae)

(Olive Olea europaea)