30 Best Indoor Plants That Are Easy to Grow

30 Best Indoor Plants That Are Easy to Grow

Level of care: easy

For a less difficult fern option, use a bird's nest fern. This species has thick, glossy leaves that retain moisture longer than many other fern species – making it the least hardy of its type. Give it bright, indirect light, and water it only when the top few inches of soil are dry.

Zebra plant

Level of care: Easy to medium

A compact succulent plant perfect for a windowsill, zebra plant (Haworthia fasciata) Named for its striped leaves. Be sure to give this plant plenty of bright, indirect light and water every few weeks when it is completely dry. It's easy to overwater, so check the soil first to avoid root rot.

The majesty of palm trees

Level of care: easy

Excellent for an empty corner or a space that needs a little height, these gorgeous palm trees are easy to care for and safe for pets. Plus, it helps purify the air around it, making it great for places with limited airflow.

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Prayer Plant “Beauty Chem”

Prayer plant

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Prayer Plant “Beauty Chem”

Level of care: easy

According to Rooted, this plant gets its nickname because its leaves fold at night, mimicking the appearance of hands during prayer. This plant is low light friendly and perfect for plant beginners.

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Swiss cheese factory Monstera

Swiss cheese factory Monstera

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Swiss cheese factory Monstera

Level of care: Mediation

Named after its leaves filled with holes that produce a slice of Swiss cheese, this massive plant develops large, glossy leaves with the right care routine. The best environment is in bright, indirect sunlight with weekly watering.

Blue Star Fern

Level of care: easy

The lush foliage of this plant (Filopodium aureum) Prefers medium to bright indirect light, plenty of mist and moisture, and occasional watering. Because its full, feather-like leaves become longer as it grows, it looks best in a hanging pot.

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Boston Fern

Level of care: middle

One thing that makes the Boston fern rise above the level of ease is its love of steam. Because it thrives in low light and humidity, it is a great plant for the bathroom. Hang them in a corner, allowing their dark green fronds to hang down, and water them regularly – but only when the soil is completely dry.

Algerian ivy

Level of care: easy

As with any ivy plant, basic maintenance for this stunning houseplant is pruning its fast-growing vines. Algerian ivy likes plenty of shade and constant watering.

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Tricolor Hoya 'Crimson Queen'

Tricolor Hoya

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Tricolor Hoya 'Crimson Queen'

Level of care: easy

This waxy plant will grow drooping vines with white and green (and sometimes pink!) leaves. Pet-friendly and non-toxic, it thrives in bright, indirect light with watering every one to two weeks.

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Rush the key

Level of care: middle

With leafless stems that resemble literal keys, this unusual houseplant (also known as… Juncus effusus “spiral”It likes moist soil and indirect light. It can thrive even in a low-light environment with the occasional use of a grow light to aid photosynthesis. In the right conditions, it can grow up to three feet tall.

Olive Tree

Level of care: middle

Not only is the olive tree suited to the Mediterranean region, it actually makes a great houseplant. It likes a sunny, warm climate (but not too much direct sunlight or it will burn) and plenty of humidity. Prune them seasonally to keep them fresh and you'll enjoy them for years.

Golden pothos

Level of care: easy

You'll love how the golden pothos leaves seem to glow when the light hits them. Fuss-free pothos plants: Keep your plant in partial or bright indirect light, and water it when the soil is mostly dry. Pro Tip: You can easily expand your plant family by propagating from cuttings.

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ZZ Factory

Level of care: easy

ZZ plants (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) Requires less water than many other plants. If you tend to neglect your plants (rather than over-water them), you will have success with them. It will thrive in bright, indirect light, but it can also tolerate low light if you have a less sunny spot and want to keep it there, according to Bloomscape.

Rubber factory

Level of care: middle

The rubber plant requires bright, indirect light. You should water it only when the soil dries. Rubber plants have the added advantage of being one of the best natural air cleaners available. Place it near your favorite seating area to reap the benefits.

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String of succulent pearls

String of succulent pearls

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String of succulent pearls

Level of care: Easy to medium

You'll quickly grow long strands of pearls if you place this cute succulent plant in bright, indirect light and give it enough water to keep the soil consistently moist. It looks great in a hanging pot that allows the vines to cascade down the sides.

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Chinese money factory

Level of care: middle

Full, indirect sun is best for this plant, but be careful with watering: it requires a “deep and dry” method (water well and then let the soil dry) as well as weekly misting. The unusual, rounded leaves make a dramatic impression, so it's best to keep the pot simple, like this offering from The Joy of Plants.

Violin leaf shape

Level of care: easy

Place a fiddle leaf fig (also known as Ficus lyrata) in a corner to create a dramatic focal point. Water this plant only when the top of the soil is dry and make sure it gets bright, indirect light.

Beloved wax plant

Level of care: easy

This adorable little heart-shaped plant, also known as Hoya KerryIt can be sold either as a single piece of paper or as a complete trailing plant. It's a succulent that needs little care (according to The Sill, watering it every three to four weeks is ideal) and does best in bright, direct light. Consider it the perfect addition to your windowsill.

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Anthurium

Level of care: middle

Known for its waxy, heart-shaped flowers with prominent stamens in the middle, this plant needs watering every one to two weeks and requires fertilizing from time to time – so it's not exactly low maintenance, but it's not high maintenance either.

Bird of paradise

Level of care: middle

This tropical plant will thrive in a bright, sunny location, but it can handle lower light levels as well. You will need to fertilize it more often in the spring and summer, according to Bloomscape. Otherwise, it will be fairly easy to handle as long as you don't over-water it.

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