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Indoor Plants in your MOA garden pod

Garden pods are a wonderful addition to any home, providing a space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. One of the best ways to bring life to your MOA garden room is by adding indoor plants. Not only do plants help to purify the air, but they can also create a calming and soothing atmosphere. With plenty of natural light and open space, our pods are the perfect spot to display a variety of indoor plants. In this blog, we will explore five different types of indoor plants that are perfect for a MOA garden studio with lots of light and open space.


Fiddle Leaf Fig

The fiddle leaf fig is a popular indoor plant that has become a staple in modern interior design. With large, glossy leaves and a tall, sculptural shape, this plant makes a bold statement in any room. It thrives in bright, indirect light and needs to be watered once a week. While it may require some pruning to keep it in shape, the fiddle leaf fig is a beautiful and low-maintenance addition to any garden room. With proper care, this plant can grow up to 6 feet tall and is sure to make a statement in your garden room.


Bird of Paradise

The bird of paradise is a stunning tropical plant that can add a touch of exotic beauty to your garden room. With large, vibrant leaves and striking orange and blue flowers, this plant is sure to turn heads. It needs bright, indirect light and should be watered when the top inch of soil feels dry. While it can grow quite tall, the bird of paradise is a slow grower and doesn’t require much maintenance.


Rubber Plant

The rubber plant is a classic indoor plant that has been a favorite for generations. With glossy, deep green leaves and a sculptural shape, this plant adds a touch of sophistication to any space. It thrives in bright, indirect light and should be watered when the top inch of soil is dry. The rubber plant can grow quite tall, but it can also be pruned to keep it at a manageable size.


Peace Lily

The peace lily is a versatile indoor plant that can thrive in a variety of lighting conditions, making it a great choice for garden rooms. With elegant, white flowers and glossy, green leaves, this plant adds a touch of serenity to your garden room. 


Snake Plant

The Snake Plant, also known as Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, is another great choice for garden rooms. This plant is extremely low maintenance, requiring very little water and tolerating low light conditions. The Snake Plant is known for its long, tall leaves that grow upright, making it perfect for adding height to your garden room. 


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