Become a Minnesota Plant Parent With These Popular Plants For Beginners
Want to become a plant parent but don’t know anything about plants? Here are the best plants to start with as a new plant parent. With these, you will have a hard time killing them as they need minimal maintenance.
1. Lucky Bamboo
Want to know the number one office plant to get? Well, it is Lucky Bamboo! These plants can survive in “uncomfortable” conditions that include sporadic watering and limited light!
2. Aloe Vera
One of the most well-known succulents is the Aloe Vera plant. While this plant does need to have bright indirect sunlight, it is not picky on its water. If you forget about it for a bit, you are totally fine! And you can even cut parts of the plant to use for sunburns (don’t worry, it will grow back).
3. Snake plant
Different from Aloe, the snake plant has leaves that stick out like wavy swords with green on green bands. This is a perfect office plant as it doesn’t need much water or sunlight.
4. Spider plant
One of the best Plants to have as a beginner is a spider plant because it is not picky about its water, soil, or sunlight!
5. Golden Pothos
The Golden Pothos is the most popular hanging houseplant! This plant can grow and grow, and grow! It can simply root in water to start and once in rich soil, there is nothing more you need to do, besides water enough to keep the soil moist.
6. Fiddle Leaf Fig
This is one plant that is good if you want to make a space more “homey” and green! The Fiddle Leaf Fig has big, dark, and glossy leaves, and they will droop and let you know when the plant needs saving from something! While it does need bright indirect light and lots of water, it is quite easy to manage after that.
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