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Some people can argue that plants are not meant for indoors. Although there is some truth to this argument, let them not fool you. Indoor potted plants not only clean the air inside your house but they also have a rich aesthetic nature. Although even the most tolerant indoor plants can die, here are some great choices that won’t die easily:
This plant is has been known to survive even the worst conditions of desert and polar climates. It has medicinal and disinfectant properties. Although frequent watering is necessary at the beginning, avoid it when the plant picks for best results. Like any other succulent, Aloe will require a room with a reasonable amount of light intensity.
Pothos has been proven to be natural carpet cleaners. They readily absorb certain toxins from their surrounding environment. They are also ideal for hanging. It can do well in nearly all temperature variations. It requires reasonable hours of lighting and infrequent watering. It would be better to keep your plant short by cutting back the stems when they grow very tall.
If you are looking for the best plant to hang, then look no more. These plants form a perfect umbrella shape around the pot when hanged. Medium temperatures and frequent watering will do the trick.
This is a great choice for a large potted plant. It is ideal for placing beside large windows. It has the ability to store its own water for a very long time. It requires little pampering and is therefore ideal for forgetful people.
This is a common plant in top-tier hotels and organizations. It has very many varieties that look nearly the same. The difference may not make any sense to you. They prefer a dry environment, so water them only once a week.
If you want to “go green”, here is the plant for you. Even with little care, this plant will have characteristic succulent, thick, green leaves and stems throughout the year. However, it requires a lot of patience because it takes a number of years to grow to a reasonable size. Due to its deep green color, it will require a great deal of light intensity.
This plant really knows how to take care of itself. It has upright leaves that grow straight from the soil. It will easily adapt to any temperature. For the best results, avoid watering it frequently!