5 Low Maintenance House Plants

I’m sure you’re well aware by now that I’m a cat mom, but I am also a dedicated plant mama! I love filling my home with all kinds of plants, they’re beautiful decoration but also have physical benefits. Having house plants improves the air quality in your home and has also been proven to be a great stress reliever. With my crazy schedule it’s hard to find plants that I am actually able to keep alive, but I have done my research and have found some great options that work for me. Below is a list of some house plants that are notoriously easy to take care of; if you’re someone who’s busy like me but loves having plants around the house these are some options you should try!

Aloe

Aloe can grow in indirect bright sunlight or with bright artificial light and only needs to be watered every 3 weeks.

Snake Plant

This plant grows well in sunlight, but can also grow in a more shady part of your home. This plant only needs to be watered every few weeks. The only thing that will kill the Snake Plant is over-watering, so just make sure the soil is dry before watering your plant.

Jade

This plant should be placed in a bright area of your home (can handle direct sunlight) and should be watered when the soil becomes dry to the touch (just check the soil every couple of days).

Umbrella Tree

The Umbrella Tree should be placed in a bright area of your home, but not in direct sunlight. This plant is watered in the same way as the Jade plant, when the soil becomes dry to the touch.

Cactus

Cacti are watered once a week and should be placed in a bright are of your home, with indirect sunlight.

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