The indestructible plant pack includes hardy plants which require little watering. If you are looking for an outdoor or indoor plant, for your garden or terrace, an off-road plant which requires little maintenance, here are the most resistant and undemanding plants. In addition, this family of plants is ideal for homes with little children, poorly ventilated rooms and asthmatic people.
Zamioculca: It is an indoor plant native to Africa. The fact that the leaves store water and withstand heat and drought very well, makes the Zamioculca a resistant and undemanding plant. Its leaves are thick and have a bright green color with a waxy texture to fall in love with. The Zamioculca is also called the Crow Plant, the Closet Plant or the ZZ Plant, because of the survival skills in places with very little light. It is a strong, slow-growing plant but above all it stands out for its elegance and air purifying qualities. What else do you want? Buy a Zamioculca! It is a great choice as a houseplant.
Rubber plant: The Rubber polant, also known as Ficus, loves light, even direct sun. Therefore, it loves to be in a bright and spacious environment to grow comfortably. If it is placed in a dark place, it could lose most of its leaves. The Ficus is one of the Mediterranean climate plants which is perfect for indoor spaces with an ornamental beauty. A plant able to make a decorative statement with elegant dark green leaves. A perfect species for those who have little time but still do not want to miss out on natural and rustic decoration! In addition, it has the incredible ability to clean the air in your home from polluting particles.
Sansevieria Moonlight: Far from the typical Sansevieria: this super air purifying variety will be the star of your collection. Known as a snake or moonshine plant, it is great for beginners and is easy to care for. With little maintenance, the leaves will show off their spectacular light silver green and dark green spear-shaped pattern. You won't be able to look away! It has a compact and rustic appearance - and today it takes the place it deserves in the world of houseplants.