Do you want to re-decor your home with some gorgeous tropical plants? Are you new to indoor gardening and worrying about which plants to grow in your home? If yes, look no further as here are the 7 best easy-to-care indoor plants that would beautify your home and will also grow pretty much on their own.
Cast-Iron Plant from the Asparagaceae family is a glamorous tropical plant that can be grown in a home to bring nature indoors. It has deep green leaves that grow really close to each other. This handsome plant, just like its name, is a hardy species that is hard to kill.
It is an easy-to-care plant that does not need much attention. You have to water it only once a week in summers or once a fortnight in winters. It can survive in low-light spots. You do not have to specially-set it somewhere to meet its light-exposure needs. It will stay happy pretty much anywhere.
Hoya Krimson Princess
The alluring Hoya Krimson Princess looks as if it needs its grower to stay on his toes every time to care for it. But it is not true. It has minimal needs and care requirements. This beautifully variegated plant needs to be watered once a week, depending on the climate. In winters, its water requirement decreases even more.
A well-lit spot with bright, indirect sunlight will be best for its lush growth. You can place it in north, or east-facing window, where it will receive the morning sun rays, and it will also be safe from the afternoon scorching sun.
Adding a pink-edged plant will add a pop of color to your indoors and also a dash of greenery to your home. Pink-Edge Peperomia is an adorable plant with thick, succulent-like leaves. It is a small, easy-to-care plant that you can grow in a pot or hanging baskets indoors. You do not have to water it much, even in the summers. A thorough watering after 1 to 2 weeks will just do fine. This pretty plant does not need to be fertilized too. It grows pretty much on its own. It can grow easily in low-light or under fluorescent lights, whatever you like.
The lovely Philodendron Tortum is a palm-like tropical plant with lancet-shaped, long, thin leaves. It is a great addition to indoors. One might think it needs a lot of maintenance, but it doesn’t.
It is a low-maintenance plant that has a tiny list of care requirements. It needs once a week-watering and a little misting. You can fertilize it only once a month, and it will be enough. It grows best in bright but indirect sunlight. You can place it in your living room or near your bathroom window where it receives the necessary light exposure. Source
The delicate and alluring Passion Flower is the favorite houseplant of all plant lovers. It has small, grassy-green leaves growing on long, slender vines. This lovely vine can be grown beautifully on hanging baskets or on small pots on tabletops. It is also a low-maintenance, easy-to-grow plant that does not ask for much attention.
This vine also has a repo of reducing anxiety! So bring this beaut to your home today to spread peaceful vibes indoors. It needs to be watered only once a week. You can grow it in full sun or partial shade; it will be happy in both.
Succulents are a must-addition to every home. Not just because of their beauty and long lifespan but also for their lesser care requirements. Succulents like Aloe vera, Cactus, or Panda plant look great in all spots inside a home.
You can grow them in small pots, hanging baskets, in the kitchen, in the bathroom window, on the bookshelf, or in your office space. These are also so easy to care for. There is pretty much nothing you have to do for these plants. You have to water them only once or twice a month. These plants love the sun, so you can also place them in spots with direct sunlight. Source
Another ultra low-maintenance fella is Spider Plant. It is a tropical plant with light-green, long, arching leaves. It is said that Spider Plant thrives in neglect. You do not have to keep worrying about its needs and requirements every time. It will need you only when it needs to be watered, which happens once a week.
It also needs you once a month for good fertilization. This plant can grow well in bright, indirect light. You can place it in a high-stand pot or in a hanging basket in the brightest corner of your home. But make sure the scorching sun rays never find its leaves, or they will burn your lovely plant in no time.