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5 Easy To Care For House Plants – Detail Explanation

We all want beautiful houseplants that are easy to take care of and don’t need much attention. We’ve put together a list of the best five that are easy to take care of and almost impossible to kill. Just don’t overwater them!

Rubber Plant

There are many kinds of rubber plants, and all of them are hardy, beautiful, and easy to take care of.

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They will do well in almost any room with a window and any amount of light, from dim to bright (you will need to slowly give them more sunlight over time to get them used to direct sunlight in small quantities at first).

One of mine, which you can see below, grows well in a jar of tap water.

ZZ Plant

This guy is very chill. The ZZ plant is an easy-to-grow plant that doesn’t need much care. It can grow in places with little light and won’t cry if you sometimes submerge it. My favourite is the darker one called “Raven ZZ.”

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English Ivy

The English ivy is great! Even though it’s very popular and everyone has one, the plant in the picture below is one of my favorites. It’s strong and durable, and all you have to do to keep it alive is water it once in a while.

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Snake Plant

If you visit my site often, you’ll know that I like snake plants because they show up in almost every list post I make. My favourite plant is the moonlight snake plant.

 

They are easy to take care of, and it is often said that they do best when they are left alone. They can handle low light, high light, and everything in between, and they can even survive if you forget to water them!

Pothos

Pothos are tough little plants that can handle being left alone for a while.

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If you have a jade or golden pothos, it won’t matter if you forget to water it or if it doesn’t get enough light.

They are easy to make more of, so even if you kill one, you will still have a lot of them.

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