1. Succulents come in many shapes and colors They have thick leaves which store water and they need watering only once a week. Wait until the soil is dry before watering. They do light plenty of dry air and sunlight.
|Graptosedum "California Sunset"|
2. ZZ Plants Love to be neglected. They require little light and little watering, making them ideal for offices. Keep the soil on the dry side.
3. Pothos This plant thrives on low maintenance. It tolerates low light conditions and requires little watering.
4.Pony Tail Palm
This plant tolerates any indoor light and likes to dry out between waterings. It isn't really a palm. It is really a succulent.
5. Snake Plant (Mother-in law's tongue)
Allow to dry out between waterings and they require little light. They are also helpful in keeping the air in your home clean by removing toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene.
6. Air Plants
They don't even need soil to thrive. Place in a pretty dish or hang them in the air. Soak them in water for 2-3 hours every 10 days or so.
Begonias not only need very little light, they love to dry out between waterings.
Give it little to medium light and water when dry.
9. Cast Iron Plant
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