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Taking care of indoor plants have been a common issue across UAE and the globe. Following low-maintenance plants are for indoor gardeners who don’t much time to devote to plant care. Some houseplants pretty much grow themselves. Click on plant name of picture to find out prices.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a very useful plant, it’s also attractive and the gel from leaves is used as a skin moisturizer, heals minor cuts and ease sunburn. As a succulent, it needs little water, but it does prefer bright lights and can survive in direct sunlight. Aloe plant will grow for years in the same container.

Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema commutated)

The Chinese evergreen plant is extremely forgiving and can adapt to most room conditions. It prefers low or indirect sunlight. Allow the soil to remain dry for a few days, before re-watering.

Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia)

Dieffenbachia or Dumb Cane is extremely attractive and it is not a particularly difficult plant to grow. It does like the temperature on the warm side, so avoid placing it near windows. Use caution when growing this plant around pets and children. The sap can be a skin irritant and, if ingested, it can cause a temporary inability to speak.

Jade Plant (Crassula ovata)

With its thick, glossy leaves, the Jade plant is one of the most popular plants for indoors. Allow the soil to completely dry out, before giving them more water, but don’t let them sit thirsty for too long. To grow lush and healthy, Jade needs plenty of sunlight, so pick your brightest room to place it in.

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena sandersl)

Keep roots of Lucky bamboo dipped in water. Use mineral water and change water at least once a month. Lucky Bamboo has long been the centerpiece of container plantings. there is actually a good amount of variety in In the genre of dracaena and most make excellent easy care houseplants.

Mother-in-law’s tongue, Snake plant (Sansevieria)

Water sparingly or it will rot. Only 1 or 2 waterings are necessary indoors during the winter, depending on the humidity. Variegated forms need more light and can be more difficult to grow. It’s called Mother-in-law’s tongue because of its long, sharp, pointed leaves and because it lasts so long. These are long-lived, easy-care houseplants. Mother-in-law’s Tongue is tolerant of low light but indirect sunlight is fine as well.

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

The flowers of the peace lily are its most striking feature. While the peace lily really prefers warm, humid conditions as its native to tropical region, it can be made comfortable in your home.

Money Plant (Epipremnum)

Money Plant is one of the easiest houseplants to grow and almost impossible to kill. These are trailing plants that just keep on growing. Pruning the plants will keep them fuller at the base and each cutting can be rooted in water to create more plants. They are very tolerant of all types of light conditions, even artificial office lights but avoid direct contact with sun light.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum homo sum)

Spider plant is beautiful, hardy indoor plant and just keep on giving babies. It prefers low or indirect sunlight. Allow the soil to remain dry, before re-watering. You almost never see a spider plant that doesn’t have babies attached. Their roots tend to fill a pot. When dangling babies start to form roots, they can be split off and planted on their own.

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