Having an RV is a tremendous blessing in your life. This home away from home makes new kinds of travel possible. Since your housing and accommodations come with you, you don’t have to worry about hotel reservations, and constantly packing and unpacking. In fact, the money you save on motel rooms makes a lot more travel affordable and possible. More travel means either more trips, longer trips, or both.
However, since it’s a home away from home, you want it to feel like it. Part of that is who comes with you, but it also helps to bring along some plants. So what then are the best plants for your RV?
The actual specific plants will vary based on your needs and situations, but there are various factors that might make your decisions and determinations easier.
For starters, always keep space in mind. Any plants you put in your RV should be small in size, since every square inch matters in such a vehicle. For that matter, they should be easy to move around not only so you can keep them out of the way in the vehicle but also move them back into your primary home when not on the road.
Durability is also critical. Something that can withstand sliding around is good, particularly if you have to slam on the brakes on the highway and things fall to the floor.
Ease of care is next on your list of factors to look for. When you’re on vacation, you don’t want to spend a lot of time caring for your plants. Something like a small cactus doesn’t require much attention but can have a dehumidifying effect on the cabin.
On top of decor, you might also want to consider the use of the plant in question. A portable herb garden might mean fresh seasonings while on the road!