Green plants are houseplants that do not bloom. Their leaves have a special shape or colour.
Forest plants, such as ferns, do not tolerate direct sunlight. Cacti, however, love being in the sun: the hotter, the better.
Most “green” plants are not that picky in terms of their position, as long as they are not directly in the sun.
Variegated varieties need more sunlight.
Water the plant moderately, once every 2 weeks during its growth period.
There is special plant food for green plants: liquid Substral for green plants.
Leaf shine spray gives the leaves of Ficus varieties some extra shine. This spray is not suitable for “hairy” leaves.
Every now and then you can water your houseplants with a sprayer or put them outside during a gentle rain shower.