Our Top 5 Low Maintenance Plants

Introducing the easiest houseplants, what they do, and how to care for them!

Hello plant lovers!

Have you ever thought about bringing a plant into your home, but are too scared of the commitment that comes with it?


Today we will give you a run-through of our 5 favorite houseplants that fit your budget and your needs. 


You probably think you don’t have a green thumb, and that’s okay because there are plenty of hard-to-kill house plants to come to the rescue when you want to add some beautiful greenery to your home. Don’t let their delicate appearance trick you! They are much more durable than you think. Some can withstand pretty serious neglect!


Regardless if you are into gardening or not, house plants are a great way to spruce up your space. Besides being pretty to look at and boosting your home’s atmosphere, there is just something about plants that makes us feel at peace. It’s no wonder millions of people have started to fill their home’s and office’s with luscious green plants!

Luckily there are several different types of plants that require little work, so you can fill your home! Although taking time out of your day to care for a plant can be extremely rewarding, we also understand it’s easy to forget to give your plant a little TLC! That’s why we are sharing some of the best indoor plants that don’t require much attention at all!. These sturdy beauties can handle a little neglect!

 

Pothos:

Calling all the black thumbs! This trailing vine has earned its nickname “devils ivy” for its ability to withstand nearly pitch-black conditions, as well as under and over watering! 

Benefits: These plants serve to purify the air of formaldehyde, benzene and carbon monoxide while also helping eliminate odors. 


Bromeliad:

Bromeliad belong to the bromeliaceae family. It produces pups or side shoots that will replace the original plant. It’s favorite temperature is around 70 degrees which makes it a perfect exotic looking piece for your home! Just remember to keep it away from cold drafts!

Benefits: While most indoor plants purify the air during the day, bromeliads release oxygen and remove air pollutants during the night. Some sources even suggest that when combined with foliage plants, bromeliads can help provide around-the-clock air purification! 



Philodendron:

There is a lot to love about Philodendrons! Their name comes from the Greek words philo (meaning love) and dendron (meaning tree). Most Philodendrons can withstand dark corners as well as sparse watering. They like to stay on the dry side, so don’t water more than once per week. 

Benefits: Philodendrons help in improving the quality of air that you breath, help you

to feel calm and alert and also traps dust. 



Peace Lily: 

Native primarily to tropical rainforests of America, The Peace Lily plant is a vibrant and elegant perennial that adds life to any space!

Benefits: The Peace Lily helps prevent mildew in bathrooms and washrooms, absorbs harmful acetone vapors and contrary to popular belief they are actually pretty easy to care for! They quite literally just droop when they need to be watered!





Snake plant:

Dracena Trifasciata, commonly known as the Snake Plant is probably the most popular and hardy species of any houseplant. Snake plants can vary in color although many have green-banded leaves and commonly feature a yellow border. These plants are easy to grow and in many cases are nearly indestructible, perfect for those that can’t keep plants alive but want greenery in their home!

Benefits: The Snake Plant is drought tolerant, grows in a wide range of conditions, 

Easy to propagate and effective against allergies by absorbing carbon dioxide and toxin particles while releasing oxygen into the air. 


Not only are all of the plants on our list budget friendly, we also happen to carry them in our store!
Which one do you think best suits you?

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