Low Maintenance Indoor Plants and How to Care for Them

Low Maintenance Indoor Plants and How to Care for Them

Plants are a wonderful addition to any indoor space. They add life and color to any room. They also have a symbiotic relationship with humans when it comes to the atmosphere. Plants need to take in carbon dioxide, and give off oxygen, while humans do the exact opposite. Plants make the atmosphere more rich with oxygen, which gives people more energy, helps them feel more alert, and puts them in a better mood. However, life is busy. Whether you need indoor plants for your home or business, you want something that requires minimal care and attention. That way, you can reap the benefits of having plants in your space without them becoming a full time job. Here are a few examples of plants that can make your environment better without costing an enormous investment of time.

Rugged Cacti for Decorating Rooms: Germany Round White – Green Garden

Cacti were meant to thrive in hot sun and sandy deserts. However, with the right presentation they look amazing in any space when seen from any angle. These low-maintenance plants brighten any room with minimal effort. Place this rugged cactus garden in bright light. Water it once a month, and you will be all set to enjoy this healthy, green addition to any room for some time to come. The garden will continue to grow and evolve over time. Some of the plants in the garden may need to be cut back if they grow too much and some may need to be replaced if they start looking sad over time.

Indoor Plants to Improve Your Office or Study Environment: Double Money Tree

The money tree lights up a room with positive energy. In the tradition of Feng Shui, this tree is known for bringing fortune and good luck to those who welcome it into their homes. A half a cup of water once per week, and a little pruning now and then is all this plant needs to bestow its energy and positivity to your office, study, or place of work. If you see the plant’s leaves droop downwards, increase the watering to a full cup or as needed.

Add Aquatic Beauty to Your Space: Miami Sphere Large Black Coral Cactus

When you are looking for ways to be unique, consider this coral cactus. The plant looks more like an underwater organism than something you would expect to see in the middle of a room. Combine that with an unconventional spherical bowl, and you have something that will truly attract the attention of your guests, clients, partners, or anyone with whom you are sharing a space. As for maintenance, all it takes is some watering once every 25 to 30 days.

Take the Next Step in Adding Healthy, Low Maintenance Plants to Your Space

Plant the Future has provided a diverse range of locations with plants that help them improve their environment, and create a lively, peaceful atmosphere that energizes your space. We are passionate about the creative process, and we would love to learn about your vision for your environment. Low-maintenance plants are a great way for anyone to bring nature into their habitat, even if they do not have a green thumb. 

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