THE HARDIEST HOUSEPLANTS

Posted By: Tania Quintero

Tired of all your houseplants dying? Maybe you haven't chosen the right one, or you're a beginner in the field, or you're not very consistent when it comes to plant care. Here are some indestructible houseplants that are able to survive and resist everything, and they will take care of your health and turn your home into a plant paradise!

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Zamioculca

It is a perfect indoor plant originally from Africa, very hardy and undemanding because its leaves store water and withstand heat and drought very well. Its leaves are thick and have a bright green colour with a waxy texture that will make anyone fall in love with it. Zamioculcas is also called Raven Plant, Cupboard Plant or ZZ Plant, because this marvel can survive in places with very little light. It is a strong, slow-growing plant, but above all it stands out for its elegant, wild appearance and because it purifies the air. What more do you want? Buying a Zamioculca is a great choice as a houseplant.

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Spider plant

If you are looking to get a fresh space with purified air, this is the best plant for you. The Spider Plant is so easy to care for that any gardening enthusiast would know how to take this variety forward. There are several varieties, with green leaves, with white strips on the sides or in the middle. It is very easy to reproduce since the adult plants produce suckers which you can plant in new plant pots.

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Ficus Elastica

If you are looking for low-care houseplants, the ficus elastica is a very acceptable choice. It needs bright but not direct light and moderate watering. The only thing you should bear in mind is that it appreciates frequent spraying (especially in summer).

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Sansevieria

Sansevieria, popularly known as mother-in-law's tongue because of its long, affiliated leaves, is an all-rounder that survives extreme conditions and is liked by almost everyone. It can be found in both avant-garde designs and old farmhouses. It requires very little care and in winter you don't need to water it. You just need to prevent the roots from rotting due to over watering. So use good drainage. To ensure that it grows upright and that its leaves do not fall, prefer small pots and planters to large, loose ones.

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Aloe vera

It is easy to care for, beautiful and, on top of that, it has healing properties. That's why we recommend that you place an aloe vera in your kitchen if it is bright, so that it will fulfill the dual function of providing a green note and also as a natural first-aid kit. It needs good light and you don't need to water it too much - it couldn't be easier! Go for an aloe vera.

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