Do you want houseplants, but are having trouble keeping them alive? Here are several indoor plants you can’t kill very easily.
Houseplants seem like they’re going to be a lot easier than they actually are. Growing something indoors in a pot presents a whole number of issues, from poor drainage to little sunlight. Fortunately, choosing the right things to grow minimizes those potential problems. Here are several indoor plants you can’t kill – or at least would have to work really hard to kill.
- Cactus. Think about it. Cacti thrive in the desert with very little water. So if you forget to water yours for a while, no worries! The trick is to check out how much sun your cactus will need and place it so that it’s getting enough rays.
- Maidenhair Fern. Lacking sunny ledges? Try out the maidenhair fern. This little beauty thrives on the forest floor where very little sun reaches so it can grow without a lot of direct light.
- Fiddle Leaf Fig. Sure, the last two options might be great, but you’re looking for something with a bigger impact. Look no further! The fiddle leaf fig is a serious grower. Plus, it thrives in indirect sunlight and only needs to be watered a couple of times a week!
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