Do you love nature and love plants but at the same time you are too busy and often forget to care for plants? You often buy a plant with great enthusiasm. But then, you realize that you just don't have enough time to water it, feed it, and give it attention...
Here are 5 foolproof plants for the forgetful among us. We're talking about plants that are so low maintenance that they’ll laugh in the face of your neglect.
Whether you are starting a new indoor garden or just want to spruce up your existing one, the heartleaf philodendron is still one of the best choices for new, busy and experienced gardeners, it’s easy to put these plants on display without worrying about them being cared for properly. But don’t overlook these larger leafed philodendrons which can provide more greenery in the same amount of space without all the fuss.
Aloe is one of the favorites plants in terms of still loving you despite your forgetfulness. If you can’t remember the last time, you watered your plants, aloe vera is perfect for you. It is forgiving and won’t let you forget again. Besides this there are so many perks of having an aloe vera plant, it is good for your skin care routine, hair masks and even as a healthy drink.
The ZZ plant is unique in that it can thrive on very little care. This makes it a great choice for someone who tends to kill houseplants or forget to water them often. Growing a ZZ plant is extremely easy and can make your home feel more like a home.
The snake plant, or mother-in-law’s tongue, is a popular houseplant and a great choice for anyone who tends to forget to water their plants. Snake plants can thrive in both low and bright light, so if you don’t have much natural light in your home or office, snake plants are a great option. They can grow tall, making them perfect for adding height to your space, and they can add an airy effect with their feathery foliage.
Spider plants are a fantastic choice for anyone starting an indoor garden. Whether you're just beginning or know what you're doing, spider plants will do well in most situations. They're incredibly resilient and easy to keep happy.
If you’re looking for a plant that will survive most neglect, then spider plants are an excellent pick.
These leafy roommates are the perfect start to get you closer to a vibrant in-home plant family.