10 Best Indoor Plants To Grow Without Hassle

Published on 02/18/2020
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There are numerous plants you can grow indoor, and there are lots of benefits for doing so. Aside from making your home beautiful, they provide purification for the air in your space as well as enhance your overall mood. These fantastic plants tend to be low maintenance while always remaining exquisite and connecting your home with nature. Here are a few plants you can consider adding to your home:

Lavender

Lavender does not require a lot of work, as you may only be required to leave it in a place where it can access sunlight. It also does not need to be watered too frequently, so you don’t have to set a time table to tend to it.

Aloe

There is no need to water your aloe plants a lot as you can let the soil go mostly dry while leaving it in a warm place with access to lots of light. It only needs to be pruned once in a while to maintain its elegant looks and features.

Aloe

Aloe

Snake Plant

The Snake Plant is also known as the Mother in Laws Tongue and can survive substantially in an indoor setting. All that you need to make this plant the best is to create a conducive environment for it. After all, it is strong and has a classy look and can survive in dry air or with limited lighting.

Spider Plant

As the name suggests, Spider Plants are known for the hanging and potted abilities in creating an amazing array for beauty for your indoor space. The plant can survive in water or soil and requires low maintenance to keep it plush and alive.

Spider Plant

Spider Plant

Peace Lily

There are various colors of the Peace Lily, such as white, pink, or purple, and may only require you to provide it with low lighting, moist soil, and moderate temperatures. Having the assorted colors beautifying your home is a welcome view for you and your guests.

Succulents

Having Succulents in your home will provide you with a plant that is versatile, flexible, and beautiful. There are several different succulents, but the best part about growing them indoors is that they require minimal maintenance. You can use them as featured plants to compliment any area of your home.

Succulents

Succulents

Cactus

Cactus is by far one of the most commonly grown indoor plants as they are adaptable, flexible, and have a long-lasting lifespan. They don’t need much water to stay fresh (daily watering not needed) as you can plant it and tend to them once in a while. They vary in size and can survive on low light and ventilation.

Heart Leaf Philodendron

These amazing and beautiful plants can grow and survive, and in just about any environment as the lighting can be low or bright (only not direct if too bright). When growing these plants, it is best to let the soil completely dry out before watering again.

Pothos

Pothos plants come in different colors and sizes and tend to strive in low light. For those who prefer their space to be “dark” yet want to complement it with something beautiful, this plant may be your best choice.

Herbs

Herbs may be the most popular plants grown indoors as what better plants to have inside than those you will be eating. Herbs are great for bringing nature to your indoors as their fragrance are a standout feature as well as their ability to be placed anywhere in the home. Whether it be rosemary, mint, or thyme, they are great for adding a little purification to your space.

Herbs

Herbs

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