Some home plants require more attention than others. But with all the requirements from our daily routines, some people find that while they love having indoor plants they just can’t keep up with their maintenance. We’re here to resolve that issue. Whether you have a green thumb or are a notorious plant-killer here are low maintenance indoor plants you’ll love. 

African Violets

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African violets are one of the most beautiful of the low maintenance indoor plants on this list. They are one of the most popular houseplants in the world. This plant flowers several times per year and comes in a variety of colors. To keep this plant thriving keep the plant in bright, but indirect sunlight with moist soil. You can also apply an African Violet fertilizer every other week to give it an extra bit of TLC.

Spider Plants

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Like their namesake, spider plants are long-legged, leafy plants. They require only a well-lit spot and weekly watering to survive. Spider plants are a very popular household plant for beginners. They also have been known to reduce indoor air pollution.

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Aloe Plants

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Not only is Aloe great for sunburns, but it’s perfect for someone looking for low maintenance indoor plants. Aloe loves indirect light and only needs a good soak in water every week or two. Aloe plants can live for a long time, with some wild ones having been known to survive for a hundred years.


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Another colorful plant, begonias are a beautiful plant to help brighten any home. These bright blooms only require an occasional drink of water. For the healthiest begonias, set the pot in bright, indirect light on either east or west-facing window sills. 


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These low maintenance indoor plants have become extremely popular in the last couple of years. Coming in a variety of shapes and colors, succulents have a great indoor plant as their leaves are thick and store water. They typically require weekly watering and enjoy sunlight and dry air. For the best results wait until the soil is dry before watering again.

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