Known for its resilience, the snake plant can tolerate low light and irregular watering. It also helps purify the air by removing toxins.
Spider plants are adaptable and can survive in various light conditions. They produce "pups" or baby plants, making them easy to propagate.
Pothos is a low-maintenance plant that can thrive in low light. It's also excellent at removing indoor pollutants from the air.
ZZ plants are hardy and can tolerate low light, drought, and neglect. Their glossy green leaves add a modern touch to any space.
With sturdy, dark green leaves, rubber plants can adapt to various light conditions.
Peace lilies thrive in low to moderate light and are known for their air-purifying qualities. They also produce elegant white blooms.
Aloe vera is not only easy to care for but also has medicinal properties. It prefers bright, indirect light and doesn't require frequent watering.
Jade plants are succulents that store water in their thick leaves, making them drought-tolerant. They thrive in bright, indirect light.
Philodendrons are versatile and come in various species. They can adapt to low light and are known for their trailing vines or heart-shaped leaves.
Succulents, like echeveria and haworthia, are well-suited to indoor environments.