Five must-have low-maintenance house plants to begin your indoor planting journey

Five must-have low-maintenance house plants to begin your indoor planting journey

Indoor plants might have become the trend after the year 2020 as house plants not only make your space look greener but also improve your overall well-being!

Houseplants are great conversation starters! A slice of nature right here in your balcony and there is nothing like a spot of green to make you very very happy! 😊

 So unarguably, houseplants are good for you and for the aesthetics of your house!

If you're new to the world of indoor plants, here are five low-maintenance house plants that are not only beautiful but also easy to care for and excellent additions to your home:


1) Monstera

Monstera's are unusual, easy-going houseplants with striking leaf patterns. These magnificent plants are extremely forgiving of the odd missed watering, making them the perfect choice for novice plant parents. So, add Monstera to your plant family for the tropical vibes in your house!!!

Fun Fact: Monstera plants are also called Swiss Cheese plants.

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2) Peace Lily
What's not to love about peace lilies, a simple indoor plant that enhances low-light areas with color and air purification? Peace lilies make a bold statement in any room due to their bright green leaves and white/red/pink flowers that bloom year-round!
They are a good option to add drama and color to your living room or console table.
3) Golden Pothos
Golden pothos is a golden find for a beginner as they require low maintenance. They can be arranged on hanging baskets, bookshelves, kitchen counters, bathrooms, etc. wherever you want to introduce a little patch of greenery. Pothos also have a calming effect on your mind.

4) Succulents

Succulents are great houseplants and come in numerous varieties that thrive as indoor plants. You can display succulents in various creative ways from desk buddies to terrariums; the ways are just endless. They are also super easy to maintain!

5) Ferns

 Ferns are one of the easiest houseplants to keep alive and add quite a bit of drama element to the room. They require minimal care, but they do need some water during their active growing season (which lasts from spring until autumn). Ferns make great potted plants or tabletop companions.

I hope this article helps you get started on your green thumb journey :)                              


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