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10 easy to care for house plants

10 easy to care for house plants

We've all been there, life has just caught up with us in one way or another and we've forgotten to water our thirsty plant friends. With the results, well... being less than we hoped for.

Here's 10 easy to care for houseplants for those of us who aren't always in tip top form when it comes to plant care.

 

Spider Plant

Spider Plants are the perfect plant for producing "babies"! These fast growing shoots can be repotted, just make sure you leave them in a well-lit place and water weekly. Easy as that!

 

Peace Lily

Peace Lilies need to consistently have moist soil - check your soil weekly by touching the surface, if it's dry, give them a water! Just make sure that you aren't overwatering them, or leaving them to sit in standing water... Another good way to tell if your Peace Lily needs watering, is whether the plant is droopy.

 

Aloe

Aloe loves indirect sunlight, which is perfect for a desk buddy in the office. Give them a good water every week or two.

Prayer Plants

The perfect plant to add some depth and pretty foliage to your house, the Prayer Plant is best kept moist and not to sit in bright light.

ZZ Plant

ZZ Plants are pretty indestructible. This plant tolerates tolerates the dangerous environments for plants in East Africa such as, drought, low light and very low humidity.

 

Pothos

Pothos is a trailing vine that can withstand almost pitch black areas, as well as under and over watering!

 

Asparagus Fern

Asparagus Ferns can adapt for bright and dark areas within your home. Keep the soil most for optimal growth.

 

Dragon Tree

The Dragon Tree is perfectly suited to dark corners in your home that previously had some unloved attention. However, this plant is poisonous to pets!

Snake Plant

This hardy plant prefers bright, indirect light and can even tolerate some direct sunlight.

 

Dieffenbachia

The Dieffenbachia thrives in filtered light. Plant in a well-draining soil and water lightly, keeping the soil consistently moist, but not soggy.

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