As winter is approaching, we wanted to create a collection of houseplants with fun vases as a symbol of self care during the cold winter months! Montana winters can be long and daunting. Houseplants have the remarkable ability to breathe life into any space, transforming your home into a safe, cozy space.
Caring for plants can sometimes feel like a daunting task, but there are plenty of houseplants that are incredibly low-maintenance and forgiving, making them the perfect companions for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts alike.
In this guide, we'll introduce you to some of the easiest houseplants to take care of, turning your home into an oasis while the snow is coming down outside.
1. Snake Plant
Often called the "Mother-in-Law's Tongue" due to its sharp, pointed leaves, the snake plant is virtually indestructible. It can tolerate low light conditions and irregular watering. In fact, it thrives on neglect! This hardy plant is an excellent air purifier, making it an ideal addition to bedrooms and living spaces.
Pothos plants are known for their elegant trailing vines. They can tolerate low to medium light and prefer to dry out between waterings. Pothos are incredibly adaptable and can thrive in various indoor environments. Plus, they're an excellent choice for hanging baskets or placing on shelves for a cascading effect.
3. ZZ Plant
The ZZ plant is famous for its glossy, dark green leaves and its ability to survive in almost any condition. It can tolerate low light, infrequent watering, and even neglect for extended periods. Its unique appearance adds a touch of sophistication to any room, and has beneficial air-purifying qualities.
4. Spider Plant
Spider plants are renowned for their adaptability and resilience. They thrive in indirect light and prefer their soil to be consistently moist but not waterlogged. Spider plants are also known for producing baby plants, making them an excellent choice for sharing with friends and family.
5. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is not only aesthetically pleasing with its spiky, succulent leaves, but it's also known for its soothing and healing properties. Place it in a sunny spot, and water it sparingly when the soil has dried out. Aloe vera is a hardy plant that can withstand some neglect.
Dress the Part
Now that you have some insight on which plants will be easiest to take care of, you should look the part! Take a look at some of our favorite plant-themed items, including a house plant Cavallini poster.