Indoor plants have a number of advantages. They purify the air, create happiness, and give the place a lovely appearance. However, while it all sounds fine, most plants have a lovely appearance but are unable to live for lengthy periods of time. These plants necessitate regular maintenance and the use of proper equipment.

However, we recognise that in today’s busy world, not everyone can devote the time and attention required to properly care for their plants, resulting in the plant drying out and spoiling the appearance of your home. Nevertheless, this is not true for all plants. There are also some plants that won't require much maintenance and will beautify the house by enhancing its appearance. And there are several other advantages too of keeping plants at home. So take a look at it.

1. Snake Plant

snake plant

Snake plants tops the list of indoor plants that don't require much maintenance. They are an excellent option for a variety of reasons. The first is the minimal care factor; it exudes freshness and positivity, and its ornamental value adds a splash of beauty to your home, among other reasons.

Snake plants are low-maintenance and, on top of that, have excellent air cleaning properties. It eliminates four out of every five toxins and is one of the few plants that can also remove carbon dioxide at night. This means you can take your beauty sleep in all fresh environment.

Care Required:

Light: Grows well in both bright and dim light.

Soil: Can withstand dry, poor soil conditions.

Water: A normal amount of watering is required. Overwatering can be harmful to the plant as their roots are prone to rotting. During winters, water it only once in several months.

2. Aloe Vera Plant

ale vera plant

Also called the "Miracle plant," Aloe Vera plants are truly magical. They have medicinal features that help the human body to rejuvenate, relax, and repair. These plants feature thick, fleshy leaves with serrated margins and can grow wildly in several tropical climates. 

The plant's best feature is that they are relatively resistant to most insect pests. That means you won't have to waste time swatting pests off of leaves, while you'll have a quick fix for cuts, bruises, and skin irritations! For a refreshing, green look to your house, place these plants near your windows.

Care Required:

Light: For the plant to thrive, it needs bright, sunny conditions. It's great if you put it in front of a window that faces south or west.

Soil: Aloe grows best in sandy potting soil that is well-drained.

Water: Keep in mind that Aloe is a succulent plant, similar to cacti, and grows in dry conditions. Standing water is not good for aloe vera plants. So before re-watering, make sure the pot is fully dry.

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3. Croton Plant

croton plant

Crotons are attractive plants that can enhance the appearance of any room. These plants, which have vivid yellow, orange, red, and even black foliage, can brighten up any space they're placed in. To plant this plant, choose a colourful pot and it will enchant you with its lovely beauty. There are different varieties of croton plant that you can grow, including Petra Crotons, Banana Crotons,Gold Dust crotons, broad leaf croton,  oak leaf croton.

Care Required:

Light: Place the plant in front of an east or west facing window to allow the leaves to develop their rich, deep tones.

Soil: Make sure the soil for the plant is well supplied with organic compost and peat moss, as the plant needs rich soil that drains well to thrive.

Water: These plants do not require frequent watering. You only need to water them when the soil feels dry to touch.

4. Lucky Bamboo Plant

bamboo plant

These plants can grow to a height of 2-3 feet and look very cutesy. Fu Gwey Zhu is the Chinese name for Lucky Bamboo. Fu denotes fortune and luck, Gwey denotes power and honour, and Zhu denotes bamboo. Also, the great part is these are small and hence can be placed anywhere.

Care Required:

Light: Because it cannot thrive in direct sunshine, position it near a window where it will receive indirect light.

Soil: To grow this plant, use well drained, rich potting soil.

Water: Every two weeks, the water should be changed. Also, keep in mind that the plant has to be kept damp but not soaked at all times.

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5. Money Plant

money plant

Money plants are another indoor plant that won't require much of your attention to grow and will grow beautifully. One of the most frequent houseplants is the money plant. Indoors, in rooms, on your balcony, or in a hanging basket, they can grow anywhere to provide a beautiful appearance. They will offer the place a lovely appearance while also reviving the maximum amount of positive energy. Money plants are also known as Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy, and Devil's Vine, among other names. It is the only member of its species that does not produce flowers.

Tip: Wind breezes can cause leaf loss, so keep the plant away from wind. You can put it in a bright, steamy bathroom as they thrive well in humidity.

Care Required:

Light: Direct sunlights should be avoided as the leaves can get scorched this way. Instead, opt for a low-light setting.

Soil: Root rot is spread easily in this plant, so choose a sandy, peat moss-based soil  that also provides for efficient water drainage.

Water:You don't need to water this plant more than once a week, regardless of the type of environment you reside in.

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