Houseplants are an excellent addition to any home as they bring in a refreshing feel that reminds you of the outside. Now, if this is your first try at caring for plants or if you happen to have a bit of a black thumb when gardening, it’s essential to start with easy plants with low needs.
Spider plant (Chlorophytum)
Spider plants are great starter houseplants because they survive in the worst conditions and aren’t overly needy. It will need the basics, good soil and water but doesn’t require sunlight. This plant is best kept in a hanging basket or perched high, so it has lots of room to grow. The best part about the spider plant is that it is easy to separate and replant if you want multiples of it or if you want to share the plant with others.
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance plant with a great modern look, succulents are the houseplant for you! These unique desert plants don’t require much care other than a sunny location and a small amount of water. They look great planted together in a group or as separate plants. You can find a wide variety of succulents to choose from, including aloe and cacti succulents.
It has been said that having lucky bamboo in your house will bring good energy and luck into the home. This plant requires little to no care and generally only requires fresh water every so often. It can be displayed in a group for a more substantial visual impact, or the stems can be displayed as a stand-alone plant for a subtle display.