A Guide To Low-Maintenance Indoor Plants
If you’re holding out on getting indoor plants because you think you can’t keep them alive and thriving, you are mistaken. Not all plants need constant attention, bright sunlight, and moist soil.
Here is a guide to low-maintenance indoor plants that anyone can keep alive!
With visual appeal much like a succulent, the jade plant has thick round leaves, and while it grows slowly, it can literally last for decades. It doesn’t require a lot of water and can survive in ordinary room temperatures.
The rubber tree is a great greenery feature for a corner of the home! This plant can grow up to 8 feet tall if you choose not to prune the branches. Not much water is needed as it is actually recommended that you allow the soil to dry in between watering sessions. Thriving in temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees, the rubber tree is a great low-maintenance plant.
The leaves of this plant grow upright and even grows white blooms on some occasions. The snake plant thrives in any temperature and prefers dry air and soil. Forget to water it for a day or so? No worries!
This eye-catching plant has bright leaves and beautiful white blooms. Though the shamrock prefers bright but indirect sunlight, it only requires watering about once a week.
The areca palm is a stunning tropical addition to any room! It can grow up to 7 feet tall if not contained in a smaller pot. This indoor plant grows best in indirect sunlight and likes to be kept rather dry only needing a drink of water every other week.
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