Plants make the home lively. They balance the modern design, adding some colors and a bit of natural look. However, not everyone has enough time for caring for houseplants. Trying to be in time everywhere, we can’t allow ourselves to spend the precious free minutes on caring for plants. Here is the list of the best house plants for all lazy greenery lovers.
1. Split-Leaf Philodendron
The plant has nice big leaves. It looks interesting in different interiors. Split-leaf Philodendron will grow 4-6 feet tall and wide. Put this plant in a place with medium light. Water it every 7-10 days. You don’t need to worry about counting the days. When you see that the soil in the container is dry, feel free to water it.
2. Zee Zee Plant
Beside an interesting name, this plant also has a cool look. It has glossy oval green leaves and contrasting stems. You don’t have to care a lot for this plant. However, you should make sure that kids and pets don’t chew its poisonous leaves. Zee Zee plant will look nice in the rooms that don’t provide a lot of light – a bathroom, an office, etc. (pic. via Monica Wang , sfgirlbybay )
3. Snake Plants
Due to an interesting shape and bright green strappy leaves, the snake plant is a relatively popular option. These plants will grow well both in bright and low light rooms. Don’t water them too much. The soil should be dry a bit.
4. Fiddle leaf fig
You will like its shiny green leaves and a smooth bark. This plant will survive in different conditions. You may put indoors and outdoors. Don’t forget to buy a nice container. (pic. via abeautifulmess , Eve Wilson for Vogue Living, )
5. Rubber Tree
As you may guess from the name, this plant may grow into a tree. However, if you trim it, the rubber tree will be small. It has nice dark leaves and an interesting form. (pic. via timeoftheaquarius , sfgirlbybay )
Those are a few plants that are easy to care about. Try to make the interior lively with a help of such greenery. You’ll like the results.
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