Top 5 easy-to-care indoor plants

We already have an extensive catalog in our indoor plants section . There are them with flowers, without flowers, larger or smaller, but one of the things we look for is that in addition to being glossy and dressing interior environments, they are as easy to care for as possible. We want it all! It is not possible with all of them but there are some in particular that are very grateful for the little care they require.

OUR TOP 5 EASIEST INDOOR PLANTS TO CARE

We wanted to gather simple indoor plants to grow. And when we speak of simple, we mean low care in general. This consists of the following:

Irrigation

Irrigation is one of the most determining factors when it comes to establishing the care of a plant. If you have to water too much, it is a problem in moments of absence or small forgetfulness in which a sensitive plant can suffer in a few days.

Light

Sometimes it is not known why a plant is more capricious with the desired amount of light and it is not easy to locate it. Plants that withstand all kinds of sun exposure conditions become very versatile and easy to care for.

Temperatures

Indoor temperatures are not too much of a problem except for exceptions because they are usually quite constant throughout the year. More than to the temperatures themselves, the plants are sensitive to sudden changes and in homes inhabited all year round, this is usually not a problem.

Plagues and diseases

Just as in garden plants or the orchard it is the chimera par excellence, indoors they are not usually so problematic with basic care. We are always exposed but it is not the most common.

EASY TO CARE PLANTS

Here you have our Top 5 of the easiest plants to care for your home. If you click on each image you will see the needs and detailed properties of each plant.

POTOS

One of the most famous, why? It is the ideal for beginners in indoor plants. It is very resistant and supports very well the most common nonsense that we have all committed at some time due to lack of experience. It is very fast growing and being a climber it fills spaces without grace very well. In addition, there are studies that show that it has a slightly purifying effect on indoor air

RIBBONS

Another favorite for interior decoration. If the pothos has a classic leaf shape, the ribbon has elongated leaves and the varieties with white or yellow borders are very decorative. In terms of resistance, they are a marvel. When they appear dead from lack of care, it doesn’t take long for them to revive in spectacular fashion.

SPATIFILO

We have also talked extensively about this indoor wonder. It is very striking for its spike flowering protected by a single white bract. Hence it is commonly called the cradle of Moses. Although it cannot stand direct sun, otherwise it is a very grateful plant that will recover quickly if it lacks watering. It also warns us that it lacks water when the leaves begin to languish. All plants could already have that irrigation warning device, right?

ADAM’S RIB

Famous for the shape of its rib-shaped leaves due to the pronounced indentations. It is very recurrent in offices and offices precisely because of this easy care and the leafiness and volume it provides. It tolerates insufficient irrigation better than excess and requires a certain space to develop well. It is one of the plants that needs the least light to survive, although a bath with indirect light does not hurt.

 ALOE VERA

An easy-care succulent plant that cannot be missing in any home. In addition to enduring long periods of drought, it is a complete healing and soothing kit for burns and minor wounds. Have an Aloe vera at home and typical kitchen burns will be more bearable.

Welcome to The GardenPure! My name is Ryan Heagle, and I’m the founder of The GardenPure, I spent the first part of my adult life teaching and then living in Australia in various business ventures, the first of which was a business devoted to the sale of house plants.  I am now a full time blogger. I am a self taught gardener.

Ryan Heagle

Welcome to The GardenPure! My name is Ryan Heagle, and I’m the founder of The GardenPure, I spent the first part of my adult life teaching and then living in Australia in various business ventures, the first of which was a business devoted to the sale of house plants.  I am now a full time blogger. I am a self taught gardener.

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