5 Low Maintenance Plants

If you are new to indoor plants and don’t know which plants to start off with this list may help you. These are some of the easiest plants to take care of and are some of the most resilient plants. They will all brighten up your rooms and can grow in less than ideal conditions. These are 5 low maintenance plants that would be a great addition to any indoor space.

1. Rubber Plant

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Rubber plants are one of the easiest plants to take care of. They are not demanding when it comes to watering and they simply need indirect light. These plants tend to grow more in the summer months and can reach a height of 10 feet when indoors.

2. Zeezee Plant

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Zeezee plants are also very easy to maintain. They can thrive in low light environments such as offices and do not require daily watering. Even though they do not require daily watering they should be watered regularly.

3. Cacti

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Cacti like all the other plants on this list are easy to look after. The main rule with cacti is to make sure the soil is dry before watering the plant again. Over watering cacti can lead to rotting of the roots and the eventual death of the plant. In the winter months you can probably hold more on the watering.

4. Wax Plant

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These plants can produce flowers from spring to fall depending on the type of wax plant. Wax plants require indirect sunlight year round and need to be watered. This plant needs to be watered more regularly from the spring to the fall but in the winter the watering can slow down. 

5. Snake Plant

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Snake plants can do well in non ideal conditions like low light environments. They also do not require that much water and these plants can be multiplied very easily. Snake plants can make a great addition to the office and would be the perfect plant if you are new to taking care of plants.

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