5 Easy Growing Indoor Plants for Beginners

You love plants, but you are a beginner and you always kill your beautiful plants?
The good news is that there are a few robust plants which are quite easy to grow and they are almost indestructible.

I can recommend the following easy growing indoor plants for you:

1. Dragon Tree (Dracaena marginata)
These plants need a well-drained potting mix and bright light. Do not forget that dracaena can not tolerate freezing.

Dracaena marginata2. Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron scadens)
Heartleaf philodendron is extremely easy to grow. If you will see yellow leaves during winter, you have to know that this is caused by overwatering. These plants need humidity and bright light.

Heartleaf philodendron3. Jade Plant (Crassula ovata)
Jade plants prefer medium light and a comfortable room temperature. Do not overwater them! It is recommended to keep the soil moderately dry.

Jade plant4. ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia)
It is a very popular indoor plant. ZZ plant does well in low light and thrives on neglect.

Zamioculcas zamiifolia5. Cactus (Cactaceae family)
The good news is that a cactus seldom needs watering. Before watering, it is recommended to check if the soil is dry. They do well in a sunny window and do not need very much fertilizer.

CactusWhat is your favorite indoor plant?

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14 thoughts on “5 Easy Growing Indoor Plants for Beginners

  1. I have also had a lot of luck with anthuriums. They do pretty well with medium light and “neglect”! I used to kill my jade plants with love aka too much water. I am getting better at letting them be!

  2. I love all these choices. I’m becoming very fond of Dracaenas, since I recently cured one that was infested with sooty mould, and they are salt tolerant and grow well by the ocean. I also have the ZZ Plants.

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