11 Low Maintenance Plants for the Forgetful Type

For busy people or those who forget to water, low-maintenance plants can provide greenery to your home. Eleven simple plants flourish with occasional neglect:

1. Snake Plant

Snake plants are strong and can handle low light and not getting watered very often, which makes them great for people who forget to take care of their plants.

2. ZZ Plant

ZZ plants are hardy, can handle drought, and do well in a range of light conditions, which makes them perfect for low-maintenance care.

3. Spider Plant

Spider plants are tough and flexible, and they can survive times of neglect. They do best in indirect light and only need to be watered once in a while.

4. Pothos 

Because they do well in a variety of indoor settings and don't mind low light, pothos plants are popular choices for people who are just starting out.

5. Peace Lily

Peace flowers are easy to take care of because they can handle low light, occasionally dry soil, and little watering. They also clean the air inside your home.

6. Succulents 

Succulents, like Echeveria, Aloe, and Haworthia, can survive in dry conditions because they store water in their leaves. They don't need much watering and do best in bright light.

7. Cast Iron Plant 

Cast iron plants are tough and can handle low light, dry air, and not getting watered very often, which makes them perfect for farmers who forget to water their plants.

8. Air Plants

Air plants are unique and don't need much care; they only need to be misted or soaked every once in a while instead of being watered like plants do in dirt.

9. Dracaena

Dracaena plants can handle low light and irregular watering, which makes them a good choice for busy people who want a beautiful but low-maintenance plant.

10. Chinese Evergreen

Chinese evergreens do well in low light and dry soil, which makes them a great choice for indoor plants that don't need much care.

11. Cactus 

People know that cacti can survive in dry conditions and don't need much water. They do best in bright light and only need to be watered once in a while.

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