6 No-Fuss Houseplants for Busy Moms
If you are an old follower of mine on Instagram, you are already know about my kitchen garden. You can diy a kitchen garden too. But this year I have taken up house-planting. Yes I know what you are thinking, is it even possible with kids? Are the plants child-safe? Why is it important anyway? Isn’t it? I hope this article will answer all your questions. Also I did a little house-tour on my Youtube Channel, showing our houseplants. I have tried my best to share some really very easy-to-care plants for moms like us who want to have plants in their houses but don’t really have as much time to care for them. Here are 6 No-Fuss Houseplants for busy moms just for you.
I’m sharing the list of houseplants that are very forgiving and won’t demand a lot of time and care from you. I hope you find it useful in getting your first houseplant. Yay!
Pothos or money plant is handsdown one of the easiest houseplants to have around especially if you are a beginner like me. Also if best if you have children in the house, you could easily hang them in hanging planters and put them out of children’s reach. I want mine ones in 4-5 days and that’s all the care that it needs.
Zanzibar Gem or ZZ plants is next on my list. This one doesn’t require much care either. It would look any corner in your house so pretty and lively. Although I’ve heard it’s a slow growing plant, mine has been thriving in low to medium light. Alhamdulillah. I water it once a 3-4 weeks. For this plant, I’d say too much care may kill the plant. Period.
Snake plant is another very easy-to-care plant. Just allow soil to dry between watering and place it indirect light. Just take extra special care not to over water in winter.
This is another super easy to care for plant that I own. You just need to keep the soil moist but not soggy. That’s all. I feel mine are growing little slow but as long as I don’t kill them, I’m happy.
Syngonium or arrowhead plant is next on my houseplants list. Just keep your plant bright light but not direct sun. Syngonium loves humidity so I spray our plant frequently.
Aloe Vera is such an easy plant to care and to propagate. We used to have so many aloe vera plants back in India. It’s super easy and doesn’t demand much at all. Here in Qatar, a dear friend of mine gave me some aloe vera babies and I’m loving them so much.
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Amazing post. Thanks for sharing this with us.