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Want to get some low maintenance indoor plants, what are your suggestions?!


Posted by mom265671, 27th May 2020


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  • Succulents or ferns


  • A Zeze plant. They thrive on neglect!


  • easiest to.look after are succulents and cacti, pretty plants include snake plant aka mother in laws tongue, monstera, peace lillies, devils ivy, chain of heart, etc etc. Goodluck


  • Go for a Indoor cacti.It tend to need less light and are smaller in size, making them the perfect houseplant.


  • A peace lily! Super low maintenance. I am queen plant killer, and mine is still going strong.


  • am a big fan of good quality artificial plants. They are the only ones i dont seem to be able to kill. ha ha


  • I personally use fake plants – it’s easier with little kds – but I’ve never been a big gardener.


  • Following for this advice too :)


  • I have clean air plants all through my house that need barely any maintenance. Water once every 1-2 weeks in summer and practically never in winter. Peace lilys, snake plants & English ivy are all brilliant.


  • I have a bit of a selection of indoor plants now but I’m not sure what they are, although I do have two peace lilies. I brought these as I know my Nan used to have them inside and they were low maintenance


  • Pothos is a very easy plant to care for and can be grown in water from a little leaf and node clipping. I love how it hangs and the golden variety it beautiful.


  • Somebody mentioned a Swiss cheese plant. Never heard of it. It looks interesting!!!


  • Succulents are a great choice as they require less tending to and remain ever green


  • Also; succulents can also be ‘jazzed’ up with a range of pretty and chic pots.. Succulents are good for theme decorating too.


  • Pal our palms are really nice to have inside especially if you have a nice pot to put in. I have one in my bathroom and it seems to like it there and has grown a lot.


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