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Indoor plants

Indoor plants

10 indoor plants for you to consider in your home;

  1. Cacti & Succulents

Storing water like a camel, Cacti & Succulents require very little attention so if you are not confident with the responsibly of regular watering they are the plant for you. Succulent and Cacti species strive in bright, dryish conditions. If in a semi-shady spot, bi-monthly watering will do the job for succulents and much less for cacti. The more sun, the more frequent watering id required.

  1. Snake plant (A.K.A. Sanseviera)

This hardy specimen is prefect for an indoor plant, With its individually rooted leaves it provided a year-round indoor sculptural decoration. Keeping in a shady semi lit spot, and watering less than monthly, will keep this beauty looking its best and striving in the indoors.

  1. Golden Pothos (A.K.A Epipremnum Aureum)

This particular species purifies the air around it naturally, perfect for indoors. Its rapid growth, makes it a very rewarding plant. This particular plant will love the moistness of the bathroom air but grows anywhere that is shady / semi bright, requiring water weekly. To optimise and display the vines structure, consider planting in a hanging pot.

  1. Zeezee Plant (A.K.A. Zanzibar Gem)

The structured glossy leaves bring style to any space. It has a very hardy and low maintenance nature allowing it to thrive in dry shady spots. In its growth period it will require water bi-monthly and when in its not in its growth period, it can survive off less. Something to be aware of, this plant is poisons and it is always a good idea to wash hands after touching.

  1. Cast-Iron Plant

Offering a sense of the tropics to any home the Cast- Iron plant is both easy and tolerant. It thrives in dry conditions but is not too fussed about the environments and can adapt to shade or bright indirect light. Always allow the soil to dry between watering.

  1. English Ivy

All Ives thrive on bright light, so it is paramount that it is positioned in a spot that receives light for the majority of the day. Always ensure that the soil is dry before watering to keep the Ivy slightly on the dry side as it does not like too much water.

  1. Fruit Salad Plant (A.K.A. Monstera Deliciosa)

A part of the Mostera family, this species’ hardy characteristics, can ultimately adapt to a wide range of temperature and light surroundings. Ensuring that the soil is mostly moist will enhance the plants health, but it is not dire if you let the soil dry our in-between watering.


Peace lily’s thrive in a warm spot away from direct sunlight. Their attractive lush dark leaves and hardy low maintenance traits, make it a very popular indoor plant. Although this plant does have a toxic nature and should be placed in a spot that both children and pets cannot reach.

  1. Queen Of Hearts (A.K.A. Ceropegia Woodii)

This gorgeous trailing plants has subtle and delicate detail and likes to be in spot that is well lit, dry and warm. Even though it is not a succulent, it is similar. Needing a bit more water than the average succulent, it’s important that it is not over watered. In Winter, ensure that watering is significantly decreased.

  1. Swiss Cheese Vine (A.K.A. Monstera Obliqua)

Similar to their cousin (Monstera Deliciosa) the leaves provide a unique and interesting feature just on a much smaller scale. They like to have wet soil but it’s completely fine to let the soil dry out in between watering. To optimise the plants structure and beauty, keeping it up high in a hanging pot or on a shelf, will allow the plant to extend its vines down.