Some low maintenance plants for an indoor garden. It happens on This Land of Ours.
If you’re looking to add some greenery to your home without committing too much, here are some low-maintenance plants you should consider.
Aloe vera is an easy-going, low-maintenance succulent. You will only need to water about once every three weeks, watering heavily when you do.
Peace lilies are tropical plants that love heat and humidity and only need enough water to keep the soil moist. Peace lilies are poisonous, so be sure to keep them out of reach of young children and pets.
Spider plants and snake plants are also easy to grow and can thrive in a wide range of environments.
English ivy is a pretty, leafy plant that is hardy and easy to grow and likes shady areas, so it’s important to provide it with low or filtered light. Like all ivy, these plants love to climb. Keep them in a pot with a vertical structure around which they can grow or in a hanging basket from which they can cascade.
The philodendron, a tropical plant, loves humidity and sunlight. Keep the soil consistently moist, watering only when the top inch of soil is dry.
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