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13 gorgeous indoor plants that are almost impossible to kill

There are many indoor plants that can be difficult to maintain, and they die no matter how much love you put into them. House plants that are easy to care for are what you want for your interior! This blog post will explore the most resilient indoor houseplants and what makes them so hardy. These indoor plants thrive in almost any indoor environment. From tall trees for your office space, to low-maintenance succulents; this list has something for everyone.

 

  1. cactus

Cacti are one of the toughest indoor houseplants to kill. Cacti are very low-maintenance, but they do require some sunlight and porous soil for best results.

 

Cacti can grow up to one foot per year under ideal circumstances, so be sure you're prepared if you have a tall variety of cactus! You'll want to place your cactus in direct sunlight, but remember indoor lighting isn't as strong as natural sunlight.

 

If your cactus is receiving enough light, it should have a rich green colour and firm spines that come from the plant itself. If your cactus turns brown or soft then you know that it's not getting enough sun! 



  1. succulents

Succulents are great for people who kill house plants because succulents require very little watering and can survive in indoor conditions. Succulents store water so they don't need to be watered as often as other plants, but you still want to give them enough sunlight and porous soil for best results.

 

If your succulent is receiving enough light, it should have a rich green colour and firm leaves. Succulents often die because they are either in too much or not enough sunlight, or are overwatered. So they are perfect if you don’t have time to give them much love.

 

  1. aloe vera 

Aloe Vera is easy to look after and requires little water. It can even survive a drought! Aloe Vera is great for keeping indoors because it also helps remove indoor air pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene from the air. The Aloe Vera Plant can be used for a variety of things such as soothing burns, moisturising skin and more. 

 

If your aloe plant appears droopy or if leaves are falling off, you should increase watering. They are a perfect choice for keeping indoors because they're able to survive in indoor conditions.

 

Every month, you should make sure your plant is getting enough food and water by either adding fertiliser or watering it more often. If a succulent doesn't get the right amount of sunlight, its leaves will become too long and leggy. A healthy Aloe Vera's leaves are bright green or yellow.

 

  1. mint 

Mint is a great plant to keep indoors because it can survive in almost any indoor environment. You should make sure that you're keeping mint out of direct sunlight, so it’s perfect for keeping indoors. Mint is also great because its smell helps to purify the air around it.

 

Mint is also great for indoor air detoxification because its leaves contain high levels of volatile oils that give off strong aromas to help purify the air. Mint can be extremely invasive if allowed to grow outdoors or in moist, shaded areas.

 

  1. ferns 

Ferns are fantastic for people who kill houseplants because these indoor plants are really resilient and require very little attention.

 

Ferns thrive when grown in indoor gardens with rich soil because they need some humidity to survive indoors. So, if you have a good indoor garden set-up then ferns will definitely do well inside your home or office space. Ferns can also grow outside as long as they are looked after and given proper care.

 

  1. peace lily  

Peace Lily's are not only beautiful indoor plants, but they are also very easy to care for. It is best to keep indoor peace lilies in medium or low lighting areas because they don't do well when exposed to direct sunlight. Peace Lilies will thrive indoors if the humidity level is increased so you can place them on a pebble tray filled with water at least once a week, or only if the soil begins to dry out.

 

You will find indoor peace lilies in almost any home or office space because they are so easy to care for and have a gorgeous look, too! If you love the look of indoor plants but want something very low maintenance then the Peace Lily is definitely a great indoor plant option for you.

 

  1. jade Tree 

Jade Trees are great for indoor spaces because they don't need a lot of light to thrive and will do well in almost any indoor environment. Jade Trees also come in several shades, including red leaves and green leaves so you can be sure that there is the perfect jade tree for your indoor decor style!

 

If you want an indoor plant with beautiful foliage included then adding a Jade Tree in your indoor decor is a great choice.

 

  1. ficus

Ficus indoor plants are a great indoor plant option because they have a lot of character and look very unique. They are easy to care for, but still require some maintenance so that it can stay healthy in your indoor space.

 

Ficus require a bright light and moist soil at all times which is why you need to check on them from time- which is perfect for busy  indoor decorators.

 

Indoor ficus plants are perfect for any indoor space because they can adapt to almost any indoor environment regardless of the temperature or humidity levels.

 

  1. snake plant

Snake Plants are some of the easiest indoor plants to take care of, and there are a few reasons why. One reason is that they only require indirect sunlight which makes it perfect for even the darkest rooms or spaces in your indoor area. They also don't need much watering and will adapt well if you forget to water them every so often. 

 

Snake Plants are perfect for any kind of indoor space, including your home or office. Snake plants look great by themselves or in any indoor space with other plants.

 

  1. spider plant

Spider Plants are great for people who may not have the best green thumb. Spider Plants are known for being one of the easiest indoor plants to grow. If you ask most people, especially those with indoor greenery, they'll tell you that this is their favourite houseplant because it's so easy to maintain and doesn't need very much water at all.

 

One reason why these indoor plants are so easy to grow is because they can adapt very well if you forget about them for a couple of weeks. Even though the spider plant may look like it's dying, it will actually bounce back after some water and time in your indoor area.

 

  1. boston fern

The Boston Fern is one of the most popular indoor plants because it can take a bit more neglect than other indoor houseplants. It's super easy to grow and doesn't require you to do anything special to look after them except water every week or so, depending on how dry your indoor area may be. Another benefit is that it looks great in almost any indoor space.

 

  1. dracaena warneckii  

Dracaena Warneckii is one of the most popular indoor plants that you can purchase, and it's for good reasons. It doesn't need a lot of care and can grow in low light indoor areas. However, having too much direct sunlight is not recommended either. This makes it a popular indoor houseplant because it's hard to kill.

 

Dracaena Warneckii also has a unique look that makes it an indoor plant everyone will notice and love. Its tall green palm looking leaves give it the signature dracaena look.



  1. lucky bamboo (dracaena sanderiana)

This indoor plant is a beautiful addition if you're feeling lucky! lucky bamboo, which looks like real bamboo but isn't actually real bamboo. The name "lucky" comes from its health benefits and not because it brings luck to people who own one of these indoor houseplants. 

 

Lucky Bamboo thrives in low light indoor areas and takes neglect very well, which makes this one of the best indoor plants that are recommended for time-poor indoor gardeners. One of the benfits of lucky bamboo is that it can be grown in a vase filled with pebbles and water. These plants look cool and do well indoor, which is why they are popular houseplants.




  1. chinese evergreen (aglaonema crispum)

Last but not least, another indoor plant that doesn't need much attention is the Chinese Evergreen, also known as Aglaonema crispum in botanical terms. This indoor houseplant has beautiful green foliage and can grow taller than other indoor plants. The Chinese Evergreen looks like a plant you would see in a home or office. They are really good indoor plants for your home or office because they brighten up the room. 

 

Chinese Evergreen are easy to care for if you have little time to clean up. They are easy indoor plants to have if you live in a small house or apartment because they don't require much space.