Create Your Own Indoor Jungle

Create Your Own Indoor Jungle


Jungalow isn’t just a fun new twist on the word bungalow. It’s a crazy fun lifestyle full of prints, colors, and plants…lots of plants so sayeth Justina Blakeney the creator of the jungalow vibe.

I’m not necessarily one for the color, but I am here for the plants. I love the little garden I’ve created in my tiny apartment, it’s the main focal point in my living room. Right now it’s pretty much the only focal point since I want new art. Anyway, I always loved plants and I wasn’t sure that I could keep one alive though. I found a few that I was able to keep alive they’re pretty easy.

Aloe Vera

My first baby, ❤ I felt as if I don’t tend to it as much as I should but it has grown so large that it turns out you don’t really need to do anything but water it once a week and provided decent sunlight.

Lucky Bamboo

This plant is one that is easy to care for too there’s really no maintenance you can forget to water it and it still grows. Just be careful when you water it if there’s chlorine in the water then the leaves will turn yellow, it’s not dangerous so don’t worry.

Golden Pothos

This is a good one if you don’t want the big plant look without the big plant care. It grows long in a matter of months I think I’ve only had this one for about 3 months. It’s more of an intermediate plant you have to water and fertilize it every now and again.

A Catus

Really any cactus will do just don’t water it too much this is a plant you can honestly forget about for a month or two and it’ll be fine, just don’t over water.

Snake Plants

This plant barely needs light, I say barely because every plant needs light. But as long as it gets a little ( like in the back corner of a well-lit room ) it’ll be fine. I will say it grows slow, I haven’t seen much change in mine.

Pink Angel

I really wanted some color in my little place plus I saw a ton of pink plants on Instagram and thought I want one! The reason why these plants are so easy is really just the fact they tell you when to water them by fainting. I’ve forgotten a few times and when I did water it after it fainted it popped right back up like nothing happened.

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