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7 Low-Maintenance Houseplants That Will Make Your Place

Easy-to-grow houseplants are ideal for beginning or busy gardeners since they require less care. Low maintenance houseplants that do well in low light areas of your home include pothos, hoyas, philodendrons, ferns and sansevierias.These indoor plants are well known for their air-cleaning ability since they remove toxins from the air and give off healthy oxygen.

We've hand-selected each plant type for pest and disease resistance, heat tolerance and more, so all are low-maintenance. Each Indoor/Patio Tree is a proven performer and has been planted with care at our nursery before arriving at your door.

Aloe vera is best known for its plump leaves that can provide a soothing gel for cuts and burns. Allow the plant's soil to dry completely in between waterings; depending on the humidity of your home, that may mean watering as little as every two to three weeks.

So low-maintenance items that are low in cost as well, may begin life as low-maintenance then change into a more periodic maintenance as the decades wear on. For soffits (the underside of your roof overhangs), high-end houses typically have polyurethaned spruce-pine-fir 1x6s tongue & groove. That is a handsome ceiling.

The rubber plant is one of the most common types of house plants, and it requires moderate attention. When watering this plant, water it with lukewarm (not cold, as this can shock the plant). These house plants thrive in humid, moist environments, so in between waterings, you may want to spray the leaves.

The Philodendron is a well-known, fun, yet low-maintenance houseplant to have around your home. The leaves of s ome of the varieties are heart shaped which are an instant attention grabber. It also produces dark green foliage which is beautiful within itself.