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Having a small garden at your home makes one quite lucky. It is the ideal place to practice your enthusiasm for greenery. Whether you grow herbs, flowering plants, fruits, or vegetables, the options are endless.

In case you don’t have the luxury of a home garden, you can simply invest in houseplants. Indoor plants are not just great aesthetically, but have the ability to improve the air quality too. Many of these plants require low maintenance, so it is easy to keep them thriving.

There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to growing indoor plants. We have selected a few you can consider and easily look after too.

Pothos

If you are seeking the easiest option for indoor plants, then nothing does it better than Pothos. They are popular for their voluminous foliage as well as cleaning the indoor air. They will thrive under bright light when indoors, but exposure to direct light should be avoided.

Pothos will not disappoint despite how much you happen to neglect it. Its low-maintenance status makes it a great choice for people with busy lifestyles and zero interest in plants. They can easily survive low sunlight exposure and insufficient watering, so are a great option.

Aloe Vera

Many have a love for succulent plants. And Aloe Vera happens to be the most popular succulent to grow indoors. It is also a convenient plant to have at home given its well-documented healing properties. One can extract the gel out of the leaves, which can then be used for purposes such as skin and hair care.

       The plant should have exposure to natural light, therefore, it must be placed near a window. Rotation should be managed every few months to ensure all sides receive light. Aloe Vera should be watered infrequently but deeply. Watering every 2 to 4 weeks is sufficient.

Snake Plant

This plant is known for its toughness when it comes to surviving varying conditions. They require low maintenance and look quite beautiful with their tall and spiky leaves. A Snake Plant has the considerable ability to absorb carbon monoxide, hence, cleaning the indoor air.

They thrive under medium exposure to light, but can survive lower and higher levels too. Watering should be accomplished in an easy and careful amount. The plant should not be watered again until the soil has become completely dry.

Basil

Basil is a herb frequently used in various meals. It is a plant that does not require too much care and can be grown the same way indoors as in a garden. You can keep a pot in your kitchen or another suitable location indoors.

Basil requires good fertilization so a nutrient-rich soil should be used. If the Basil is going to be used specifically for edible reasons, then use organic fertilizer. The plant does not do well with too much watering. The pot should have a sufficient drainage and the soil should never be soggy. Otherwise, the roots will begin to rot.

Azaleas

In our last pick, we would like to recommend a flowering plant. This will add a touch of colour to your interiors. The Azalea plant blooms well and grows flowers that can be pink, white, lavender, peach or red. It can also be grown in bi-coloured flowers.

The plant requires bright light, but not direct sun exposure. The soil must be kept moist to prevent drying of the foliage. Azaleas will respond better to distilled or rainwater. Additionally, pruning is a significant part of taking care of Azaleas. This will ensure the plant has consistent blooming of fresh flowers.

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