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The easiest indoor plants

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"Oooh, I want those outdoors feels inside my home BUT Im afraid I'll kill my house plants. Help!"

I know the feeling and after years of killing plants, I was beginning to think maybe this just is not my thing. Then I discovered that the plants I was choosing simply were not meant to thrive in my space. Either I had very little time to care for them, over watered them, barely fertilized them, or I placed them in the wrong corners of my home. So... perhaps you have the same issues I had (and sometimes still have) but to help you on your plant parenthood journey, Im sharing my list of the easiest indoor plants that actually love living with my family.

Mama's list of the easiest indoor plants:

 

Snake Plant (Dracaena trifasciata)

Light: Part Sun

Water: Every 3 weeks *always let soil dry up before watering

Fertilize: Every 40 days *fertilizer for green plants

Mist: No

Clean: Every 3rd month wipe dust from leaves

Fun fact: Snake plant is one of NASA's favorite plants since it removes formaldehyde and benzene from the air!

Mother-In-Law's Tongue 'Laurentii' (Dracaena trifasciata var. laurentii) -  Plants | Candide Gardening

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Corn Plant (Dracaena fragrans)

Light: Part Sun or Shade

Water: Every 3 weeks *always let soil dry up before watering

Fertilize: Every 50 days *fertilizer for green plants or all purpose plant food

Mist: Every 6th day (if plant is in a humid room like a bathroom, then don't mist)

Clean: No

Buy Dracaena Fragrans 'Massangeana', Corn Plant Online

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Leopard Lily (Iris domestica)

Light: Shade or Part Shade

Water: Every week *top layer of soil should dry up before watering

Fertilize: Every 2 weeks *fertilizer for green plants

Mist: Every 6th day (if plant is in a humid room like a bathroom, then don't mist)

Clean: No

Leopard Lily Plant Care: Water, Sunlight, and Nutrients

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Burgundy Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)

Light: Part Sun or Part Shade

Water: Every week *top layer of soil should dry up before watering

Fertilize: Every month *all purpose plant food

Mist: Every 6th day (if plant is in a humid room like a bathroom, then don't mist)

Clean: Every 90 days wipe dust from leaves

Rubber Tree, Ficus Elastica | Ansel & Ivy - Potted Plants, Delivered

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Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus)

Light: Shade or Part Shade

Water: Every 4 days (soil should be moist but not muddy) *sensitive to lime minerals in water

Fertilize: Every month *fertilizer for green plants

Mist: Every 6th day *needs high humidity

Clean: No

Bird's Nest Fern

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Giant Philodendron (Philodendron giganteum)

Light: Part Sun or Shade

Water: Every week *top layer of soil should be dry before watering

Fertilize: Every 2 weeks *fertilizer for green plants

Mist: Every 6th day *needs high humidity

Clean: Every 90 days wipe dust from leaves

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Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

Light: Shade or Part Sun

Water: Every week *top layer of soil should be dry before watering

Fertilize: Every 2 weeks *fertilizer for green plants

Mist: Every 6th day *needs high humidity

Clean: Every 90 days wipe dust from leaves

Pothos Plant - Tips For Easy Pothos Care

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ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas)

Light: Can handle any light

Water: Every 3 weeks *let soil completely dry up before watering

Fertilize: Every 40 days *all purpose plant food

Mist: No

Clean: Every 30 days wipe dust from leavesZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia)

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Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)

Light: Part sun or Part shade

Water: Every 8th day *top layer of soil should be dry before watering

Fertilize: Every 2 weeks *fertilizer for green plants or all purpose plant food

Mist: Every 6th day *if plant lives in a humid space, no need to mist

Clean: No

Spider Hanging Plant

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I lied. That was 9 (not 8) of the easiest indoor plants

Let me know in the comments below which plants you own, have killed, or would love to learn more about.

I will share more of my plant knowledge with you and if I don't know the answer, then discovering the answer to your question becomes part of my adventure! If you love this article and want more ideas about how to design and grow your indoor plant space, subscribe and stay tuned for new articles.

 

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