First New Houseplant at Our New Home
October 12, 2011
The beauty of houseplants is aside of adding life and vitality to a room while softening the hard edges of the room is they can be used to camouflage those little room idiosyncrasies that can be a bit annoying. When the Bell satellite television installer ran our lines he made the assumption we would place the television in the corner thus hiding the large switch box. The problem was there was no furniture in the room. We want the television on the end wall, not in the corner so my husband straightened the wires then we did a bit of camouflaging with an endtable and larger plant.
The main television room is open to the dining room so it can carry a larger plant nicely. A couple of the local stores have houseplants on sale so I've been taking advantage of the sales buying houseplants as I find a spot for them. The first houseplant I bought was this beautiful tropical. It is in the palm family but did not have a tag for positive identification. The palm is about three and a half feet tall. It does just what it was intended to do, looking quite happy in it's new home. Now I need to find a nice decorative pot for the palm to sit in.