12 EASY Indoor Plants To Fix Your Living Room.

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English Ivy is fast growing indoor house plant that looks perfect in any room.

Do you love plants, but you don't have time to properly care for them? That's alright. Most people don't have the time to take care of plants. There's all that maintenance involved, which includes watering, fertilizing, and occasional repotting. So, what do you do? Well, if you really want to have some plants, you can always invest in plants that are low maintenance. All of the plants in this post practically take care of themselves. They will look lovely in your home and won't require too much of your time.The way the ivy plant trails down as it continues to grow will look positively amazing, and it's so easy to make them happy too. All you have to do is make sure that the soil stays moist and that the plant is in an area of the house where the temperature is cool.
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Aloe is a common houseplant that grows easily and doesn't demand much of your personal time.

You can buy a large aloe plant or start off with a small one and allow it to grow over time. The largest this plant will grow is three feet high. For the most part, aloe plants don't need a lot of watering. In fact, the soil needs to be dry 1 to 2 inches between watering or the roots of the plant will rot.
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The Peace Lily can bring beauty into your home and best of all, it's as resilient as it is lovely.

Peace Lillies can grow up to 16 inches tall, but they aren't fans of the cold, so they'll have to stay in an area where it's toasty warm during the winter. During the summer, the plant will bloom and release a refreshing scent. But try to keep the soil moist and the plant in a shady place.

Spider plants are visually stunning with its long, thin, arched leaves and lovely hues of green.

You can display these plants around the house by placing them in a pot of soil, or you can hang them somewhere around the house. They're tolerant and adaptable. You also don't have to worry about what soil you use. Just make sure that they get bright to medium lighting.
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Rubber tree plants are not only lovely and ornamental in nature, but can help purify your home's air.

They grow up to eight feet tall just as long as they're in a well-lit area of your home. As far as the temperature is concerned, they're not too picky about that. But don't water them unless the surface of the soil is dry.
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Ficus plants, also known as Weeping Figs, are so cool they're the official tree of Bangkok.

If you decide to grow a ficus houseplant, you'll need to maintain a high humidity level around the plant by misting the tree. You'll also need to give them plenty of sun in order for this fast-growing plant with its lovely green leaves to flourish.

Cactus plants are probably the easiest plants to maintain.

They love the sun, so keep them somewhere where the sun will shine on them. Since cacti are often found in dry, desert conditions, they're very drought-tolerant, so you won't have to spend a lot of time watering them.
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Air plants, also known as Tillandsia, are ideal for those of you who really don't have a basic clue about houseplants.

You simply can't harm this plant if you forget and neglect it because Mother Nature designed it to survive without soil. Just soak them in water for 20 minutes once a week. Air plants come in a variety of colors as well as sizes, and given that they're so tough, you won't have to worry about ruining them.
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Succulents don't always make the best indoor plants, but with proper positioning you can make it work.

If you're horrible at remembering to water your plants, then you're in luck. Succulent plants don't need a lot of watering and only a moderate amount of sunlight to thrive. So, feel free to neglect it as much as you want. It will still provide you with something pretty to look at.

Sansevieria Trifasciata, also known as snake plant, love tropical and sub-tropical weather and can grow as much as 12 feet high.

The leaves grow upwards and are a great option for those who want a plant that doesn't need a lot of attention. Not only does it absorb toxins, but it can survive in any type of lighting. Just keep the soil mostly dry and water it as infrequently as possible.
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The Christmas Cactus is the ultimate winter flower for your indoor décor so long as it's not stressed.

Make sure that you water the plant twice a month and that it's located in an area where the temperature is between 50 to 55 degrees F. Like you, any type of stress will cause the plant to react. If your Christmas Cactus starts to drop its blossom, then it may be getting too much sunlight or too much water.
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Bamboo Palms are an excellent choice because they start out small and grow ever so slowly.

This plant thrives best in a room where there's a lot of light, but it's also able to handle low light intensity too. Just keep it in an area where the humidity is high. Make sure that you don't overwater the plant.
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