Don't have a green thumb? Well no worries! Indoor plants are strong enough to withstand almost any attention at all! Want to spice up your living room space with greenery? These low-maintenance plants are the way to go.
Fiddle Leaf Fig: These are trendy trees that have more than just lush foliage going for them. Their hardy disposition can adapt to most bright locations (minus direct sunlight). Water generously in the summer and slow down once winter comes.
Guiana Chestnut: This one is commonly known as the "money tree" which features a braided trunk. You'll want to stick it in an area with bright, indirect light and water frequently. It's natural habitat is a swamp.
African Violets: One of the most popular houseplants in the world, this beautiful plant blooms several times per year. Keep it thriving in bright but indirect light with moist soil. Good drainage and an African Violet fertilizer administered every other week can assist with the maintenance
Peperomia: These wavy plants do best in more humid conditions than trendy succulents. You can even bring them to work too These species flourish under fluorescent lights.
Rubber Plant: Rubber trees can measure over 100 feet tall in their native Asia, but regular pruning can keep the ornamental variety in check. Make sure to dust off the leaves for a florist-approved polishing look.
Kalanchoe: This water-retaining succulent grows colorful, bell-shaped flowers. It takes very little care. Kalanchoe welcomes dry climates and temperature swings. It's even fine with 45 degree winter weather! Perfect for the DMV area.
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