Who doesn’t love having plants at home? Besides purifying the air and creating a relaxing atmosphere, they are aesthetically beautiful and bring a touch of color and freshness to our living spaces.

For those without access to a garden, balcony, or terrace, there are plants that can be placed in glass vases filled with water.

This technique, known as hydroponics, involves replacing soil and its nutrients with water. To apply it, after selecting the suitable plants, follow these steps:

  1. Carefully remove the plant from the pot, being mindful not to damage the roots.
  2. Place the plant in a container with lukewarm water overnight.
  3. Rinse the roots thoroughly with abundant water to remove all the soil.
  4. Put some clay in the glass vase, then add the plant, water, and finally a liquid fertilizer, allowing the roots to absorb all the nutrients.

Here are some plants suitable for this type of cultivation:

  1. Zebrina: One of the world’s most well-known ornamental plants, it can be cultivated easily in a water-filled vase.
  2. Umbrella Plant: Simple to cultivate and maintain, this plant easily adapts to hydroponics.
  3. Pothos: Among the most common houseplants, this plant adapts to a wide range of climates.
  4. Peace Lily: Adapts wonderfully to hydroponics, producing beautiful white flowers.
  5. Sage: This aromatic plant can also be cultivated using the hydroponic technique.
  6. Lucky Bamboo: This plant is widely available and is sometimes sold already in glass containers filled with water.

Not only do these plants enhance the beauty of your home, but they also thrive in water-filled vases, making them a perfect choice for those without outdoor gardening space.