9 EASY TO CARE FOR HOUSEPLANTS
Perfect For Beginners
Also known as a Swiss cheese plant or split-leaf philodendron, this climber has large perforated leaves and has become very popular in the last few years.
MONSTERA PLANT (MONSTERA DELICIOSA)
Snake plants are great beginner-friendly houseplants. They thrive on neglect and can go weeks without watering.
SNAKE PLANT (SANSEVIERIA)
A great 1st houseplant as they grow at a quick pace and are not at all fussy. They will give you the confidence needed to try other houseplants.
MONEY TREE PLANT
It's hard to resist a money tree plant with their fancy braided trunks and lovely foliage. They do prefer a little bit of humidity though.
A large, showy plant with bright green leaves with white or cream centers. Some varieties can grow as tall as 5 foot!
I think the little babies are what make a spider plant special. These look great in hanging baskets or just setting on the counter.
They are the trendy cousin of the ficus trees of the 80's and like to stay in one place in your home. They are not fans of being moved all around.
FIDDLE LEAF FIG
They prefer bright indirect light and can do well in lower light situations, although they may not bloom as well in the low light.
The leaves of the prayer plant close up in the evening and reopen in the morning. And they have the best variegated leaves.
HOUSE OF HAWTHORNES
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