The top 10 hard-to-kill houseplants
There are some plants that will survive a bit of neglect, darkness, drought or a lack of feeding, so they will forgive if you are a bit forgetful or have a busy lifestyle.
But remember, there are no immortal plants. You can kill any plant in the world if you try hard enough. Houseplants are a great way to bring some greenery into your home and lift your mood, so even if you’ve got a lot on your plate, these robust houseplants won’t demand much.
1. Sansevieria trifasciata (mother-in-law’s tongue)
This hardy plant can be ignored for weeks. It will survive without being watered for a few weeks; in fact, it thrives when the soil dries out before being watered again, but ideally aim to water it every 10 to 14 days.
Sansevieria also copes well with shade, so it’s the perfect houseplant to brighten up dark corners either on the floor or elevated on a table. If possible, place them in a position with bright, indirect light.Don't have time to water your houseplants? These easy varieties will survive a bit of neglect, read my blog on to see my top hard to kill houseplants.
15 Small Windowsill Plants That Will Impress You
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Windowsills receive full light and are perfect spot for sun-loving plants. If you want to know which plants will thrive on your sunny sills, continue reading.
Some varieties of cactus thrive in windows that receive full sun during the day. This plant need sandy soil and very little watering. A grouping of cactus plants, in different shapes and sizes can be perfect addition to your sunny windowsill.
This type of plant also requires very little water and lots of light. Watering once a week is usually enough for your succulents to flourish. I really like them because of their unusual shape, color and size. I need to mention that they grow well grouped together in pots, but a single plant in its own pot can make a statement as well.
Crotons have colorful foliage, which makes them a good pick for a sunny windowsill. This plant has large, heavy leaves with lines and patters on the top. Keep the soil moist, but not wet.
This leafy deep green plant is a sunny window favorite and it has steams that are capped by slender petals that hang in the shape of an umbrella. Keep the soil moist, but don’t allow the roots of the plant to sit in water.
There are a variety of indoor geraniums available. The Martha Washington plant looks lovely on windowsills. It has several flower color choices to choose from.
To increase use of the windowsill, you can hang your plants in windows from a hook too. There are many beautiful hanging planters that will make your space more fun and interesting, so that it won’t be difficult for you to choose the right one for your space.
With just a bit of effort your flowers and herbs will add a pop of color that can be viewed and enjoyed from the both sides of your windows. Keep in mind to turn the containers every week to adequately expose all sides of your plants.
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