9 Best Houseplants For Beginners
Before you buy a houseplant, you have to look at a lot of factors. How much light and water it needs. What time you have available to take care of it. What space you have available for a houseplant. All of these are key considerations for a houseplant.
Here are some of the best houseplants for beginners that hit the mark on all these points.
A Hoya plant is known as a wax plant. The leaves are waxy and its flowers look a little plastic. A tropical plant, a Hoya needs a fair bit of light but other than that, it doesn’t need much else to survive.
A pothos plant is one of the most popular houseplants, versatile and dynamic, and able to thrive from very minimal water and light. Pothos are optimum to turn into a hanging plant, with trailing vines for days. Trail those vines through your home if you like.
Palm Tree Plant
People have mixed experiences trying to take care of palm trees but they can be very pretty greenery when they’re thriving. If you have doubts, try an artificial palm tree or plant for an identical look.
A spider plant is a classic easy-to-care-for houseplant. All you need to keep a spider plant alive is moist soil and being near some indirect light. A spider plant is a bit bushy, works well in a hanging basket or planter, and is available in all sorts of sizes and shapes.
Fiddle Leaf Plant
A fiddle leaf plant may be another classic from the pantheon of houseplants out there but, a surprise to some, it’s not the easiest to take care of. It needs a warm, humid environment, with lots of sunlight and water. An artificial fiddle leaf plant is a far better alternative and much more reliable.
A snake plant is the sort of houseplant you can buy online, set it somewhere, and not have to worry about it. A snake plant can survive in low light, do not need much water to thrive, and is a slow grower so you know it won’t exceed the available space.
An aspidistra plant, aka a cast iron plant, is versatile. It’s a low light plant. An aspidistra, like a Monstera plant, has very wide leaves and are known to accumulate dust.
A ZZ plant, aka a zamioculcas zamiifolia, looks close to an artificial plant due to the shine it has. They are real though. Even better, they take very little take care of. A little water and a little light is everything. The only negative to be aware of about ZZ plants are that they are toxic and shouldn’t be chosen for children or pets.
A euphorbia trigona, aka an African milk tree, is a succulent with a shape similar to a cactus. Incredibly easy to maintain, a euphorbia trigona is a perfect plant. The only drawback is it can grow quickly and will have to be repotted fairly regularly.
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