You don’t need to be a gardening expert to take care of these indoor plants. They can grow normally without needing much care. Indoor plants add a touch of nature to home and reduce the owner’s stress.
This indoor plant is super “flexible.” Why? Because whether you put them in bright or low light rooms, dry soil or in water, they survive. However, they are afraid of direct sunlight, so it’s recommended that you place it in your bathroom or home desk.
2. Chinese evergreen
With varied color, you have a broad range of types to choose from: dark green, silver, pink, and red. For this indoor plant, you need to put a little bit of effort by watering it regularly and never letting it get too dry.
3. Jade plant
Unlike Chinese evergreen, you only need to water jade plants occasionally when their soil feels dry. Therefore, if you are a busy person, this indoor plant might be the one for you.
4. Chinese money plant
Chinese money plants grow best in a shady spot. Besides that, you need to water this indoor plant every week to ensure it is well-draining. Moreover, it’s essential to rotate your Chinese money plant once a week to keep it evenly shaped.
5. Spider plant
This easy-to-grow indoor plant looks fabulous in a hanging basket and can enhance your house design for sure. Just remember, water spider plants every week and make sure to put them in bright to moderate indirect sunlight so that it does not die.
Imagine putting aloe on your desk or table, that will freshen up your room. Soak it once or twice a week and your indoor plant will grow.
There are many types of plants that you can choose from, and the great news is, you can grow them both indoors and outdoors. Different from other indoor plants, cacti love the sun, so consider putting them near the window.
Which one of these plants is your favorite? Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions and I would love to hear from all of you.