Indoor Plants

Houseplants are a fantastic addition to your home, helping to reduce carbon dioxide levels, and providing a feeling of tranquillity by bringing a little bit of nature inside. On top of their stress-relieving properties, some houseplants are even able to reduce levels of harmful chemicals emitted by furniture, carpets and paint, whilst giving added health benefits.

You’ll find an array of beautiful houseplants for sale at Poplar Nurseries in Colchester, Essex, with our large department stocking a selection of flowering and foliage plants. For expert advice from our friendly team, call 01206 210 374 or visit the centre on the A120 just moments from Colchester, located on Coggeshall Road, Marks Tey.

Poplar Indoor Plants

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A huge array of the best indoor plants

At Poplar Nurseries you’ll find a hugely varied range of popular houseplants that can bring colour and vibrancy to your home. There really is something for everyone, from African Violets to Zamioculcas, however, don't forget the classics such as Calatheas and Orchids, which are some of our customers' favourites!

We endeavour to receive a fresh supply of orchids every week, from the ever-popular Phalaenopsis through to more unusual varieties! The great thing about orchids is that they can flower for several months at a time, making them a long-lasting alternative to cut flowers. From ferns to cacti, whatever you are looking for, the team at Poplar Nurseries can help you find the perfect plant for you.

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How often should you water indoor plants?

So many different species of plant are happy living inside the home – but they still require the right kind of care to thrive. Whil st consideration should be given to placement, access to sunlight and fresh air, one question we are often asked is how regularly you should water your indoor plants.

This can depend on the size and type of the plant itself, temperature and humidity of the room, soil or pot type, time of year and more – so it can be tricky! Species like cacti and succulents are quite low maintenance and require very minimal watering, whereas others, such as orchids, may require a top up roughly once a week. It’s worth keeping an eye out for signs of over, or under watering, such as wilting, overly dry soil or discolouration but we’d always suggest chatting to our experts if you’re unsure about what your indoor plant is trying to tell you.