The Best Indoor Plants (That Will Be A Challenge To Kill)

The Best Indoor Plants (That Will Be A Challenge To Kill)

Let’s take a look at at a few of the most good-looking and charming that even the blackest of thumbs would struggle to end the life of…

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Crew, green is the new black, and indoor plants have made a resurgence like never before. The benefits are incredible when you adorn your abode with a bit a foliage; you will attract the perfect lover, you will find that perfect job, your parents will finally be proud of you and money will flow endlessly into your life. OK, well perhaps not ALL that, and you’ve got to work hard and be a good person for that stuff, BUT an indoor plant will at least give your space a splash of life and a select few can even cleanse the air. Let’s take a look at at a few of the most good-looking and charming, that even the blackest of thumbs would struggle to end the life of…
ZZ Plant
Native to eastern Africa, the ZZ Plant has glossy green polished leaves and helps purify air. It requires very little water and sunlight, so you’ll have to do your hardest to let it die. Let this one dry out between waterings and you should have a flourishing plant.
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Snake Plant (aka Mother-In-Law’s Tongue)
A little introduction is required for this gem. Heralding from South Africa this structured beauty needs very little water, actually, overwatering is the only determined way of killing it. This could be possibly the perfect ‘bachelors’ plant. Get onto this one.
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Giant Bird of Paradise
The ‘Beyonce’ of the plant world – the Bird of Paradise plant is magnificent, exotic and known for its large crane-like leaves and makes a killer statement. All this grandeur comes though with not entirely being low-maintenance, but what relationships aren’t? It will require consistent waterings (although too much water will cause it to weep and die), good sunlight and and some house keeping with weekly dustings. Give this one some love and it will reward you with being the feature piece in your room.
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Devils Ivy
A super awesome hanging plant, the Golden Pothos has long vines of heart-shaped leaves and grow faster than you can say ‘Trump is a twat’. It requires an abundance of watering, but that aside it will essentially thrive for you. Once again fabulous at purifying the air. A nod to the 70s (which are soooooo back).
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Yucca
A visually striking plant. Calling the deserts of United States, Mexico and Central America their home, the Yucca grows slowly, requires ample sunlight and needs frequent waterings. It should be noted that yucca plants have sharp pointy leaves, so careful as you wander aimlessly around through your home.
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Rubber Plant
Another flash-back from the 70s, this plant is perfect as a little pot, a big tree or what ever damn size you prefer. These guys only need watering for half the year, so you’re onto a winner! Disco-inferno.
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Fiddle Leaf Ficus
Top Pick: The Fiddle Leaf Figs are so super duper hot right now even the discount stores have a fake ones. But get on this specimen, this will sit perfectly in the corner of the room, relatively low maintenance, and will take your home from lack-luster to ‘home magazine’ worthy. Don’t miss this boat.
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So the challenge for you this coming weekend is to take a trip to you local and pick-up a potted friend and get your space green.

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