Published at Tuesday, March 27th 2018. by Flossie Cline in Design Garden.
Another great example of a low maintenance indoor plant is the spider plant. A friend of mine has one of these (who I must mention has a real knack for killing plants) and I can testify that they are very difficult to kill. A spider plant makes great house-warming gift for a friend or family member. The spider plant likes to have medium sunlight - which is simple to achieve - even when there is very little direct sunlight that comes through your windows.
A standard hand rake is a very handy tool that may be used for more purposes than you may imagine. Even if you have an electric leaf blower packed away in your garden shed youll still find times when its neater and easier to use a rake. Its also a key tool for de-thatching the lawn in the fall or preparing it in the spring.
The snake plant is another great example of easy maintenance indoor gardening plant. The only real problem that most people with snake plants face is death by over watering. That makes it nice. You dont have to remember to water as often as you would with other kinds of plants. The snake plant has very low light requirements than many other plants indoors and outdoors - therefore it is suitable for virtually any indoor environment.
The Pothos is a very popular indoor garden plant. It is also referred to as Epiremnum aureum Phothos aureus Raphidorphora aureum or Scindaspus aureus. The name of this plant changes all the time - even among the scientific community. Nonetheless all terms refer to the same lovely indoor home plant. They are very interesting plants featuring golden yellow to white shades. They are heart-shaped vine (ivy-like) leaves that flourish beautifully and require very little maintenance.
Of course there are other indoor plants that require just a bit more care than those I mentioned above. These are for people who want to improve their indoor gardens and are willing to push just a little more effort. These are plants such as the Sword Fern the Dragon Tree or the Jade plant. It all depends on the plants that best suit your personal taste.
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