For something like this it only seemed natural that Codi and I touch base on some SUPER easy to care for indoor plants. You know the ones that you can’t kill no matter how hard you try. Or not try! Needless to say we may not have the greenest thumb but we still really love house plants and greenery. We still try no matter what and there are plants out there for those of you who can’t keep any plants living for to long!
I’m sharing here with you today 4 of my favourite indoor plants that are low maintenance and she’s sharing 3 over on her blog Creative Wife Joyful Worker for you to read!
I also think that before you just go cruising for any plants it be best to sneak into your local greenhouse and ask for their best suggested indoor plants that they offer. You may find something there that isn’t listed here! They can also share with you tips and tricks that you can’t find anywhere else. We visited our local shop in Chilliwack, B.C Minter Gardens. They have tons and I mean tons of selection to choose from it was easy to breeze through the ones that best suited us along with some really pretty pots to match! A big thank you to them for providing us and helping us find the right path to keeping plants alive.
1.”Zebra Plant” Succulent
I’ve even been known to kill a good succulent, I give to much love and over water. But this beauty has been lasting very nicely here. I’ve been a minimalist watering it and it’s been a no brainer!
2. Peace Lilly
Not only does this one bloom and so pretty but it also is great for purifying the air inside! Not a huge sunlight fan only needing a little bit of water, makes this one very low maintenance.
Also a very pretty plant. I thought for sure that I would be killing this one. But so far it’s been several weeks and it’s still going strong. With a simple rule from Minter Gardens, with a ice cube amount of water a week.
Lavender may not seem like your typical house plant and maybe it’s not! But it is one of my favourites and favourite scents. It has been living very well in our home so far so I’m happy with it. Trick seems to be less water and nice light. Trimming may come eventually but for now I’ll just enjoy the aroma!
Three more are listed over at Creative Wife Joyful Worker head on over to her blog to see which ones she’s sharing!
Photos By | Creative Wife Joyful Worker
Keisha Lynne, xx