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Too Busy To Garden? Try These 7 Low Maintenance Houseplants

Too Busy To Garden? Try These 7 Low Maintenance Houseplants

Love houseplants but worried you won’t have time to care for them?

Once your Smart Garden’s set up and growing, you’ll have time on your hands to invest in more houseplants! Why not supplement your Click & Grow plants with some of the beauties on this list?

Just like Click & Grow plants, these ones look stylish and don’t require much maintenance either:

1. Aloe

This succulent stores water in its majestic leaves for long periods of time. Wait until the soil is dry before watering.

2. Cacti

Live in a hot climate? Cacti may be the ideal houseplants for you. They love dry air and hot temperatures. Most cacti only need to be watered once a week.

3. Snake Plant

This extraordinary plant requires very little care, growing well with only moderate watering. During winter, they hardly require any water at all. During summer, you’ll only need to water it twice a month.

4. Echeveria

Echeveria require very little watering because they’re used to desert conditions where they have to store water for long periods of time. They only need to be watered approximately once a month when the soil is dry.

5. Ficus

Ficus is a semi-tropical plant that doesn’t require much humidity to thrive. It tends to grow slowly and only needs to be watered once a month.

6. Peace Lily

Peace lilies look gorgeous and can even grow in rooms with low lighting. They usually need to be watered twice a week.

7. Rubber Plant

This plant has a larger-than-life appearance with beautiful, glossy leaves. It’s easy to care for and it will let you know if it needs more sunlight and water by dropping its lower leaves.

Be sure to check out our blog for more valuable features such as green living tips, ways to create sustainable homes, the importance of food safety, how to grow plants indoors.
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