The best hard to kill indoor plants

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1 min readIndoor plants are a great addition to any home. They add extra character, colour and depth to your home and best of all most of them are easy to maintain.

So which ones are the best? It really does depend on what you’re looking to achieve with your plants. For example, a cactus doesn’t require much watering so this could be a good option for people who do not have time to care for their plants on a daily basis.

In fact, the most important thing with many of these plants and most indoor plants is that they receive enough sunlight and they will be happy with that!

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There are some things you need to keep in mind as different plants do have different needs. You should always read the care instructions when you buy your plant. See the infographic below for a summary of the best indoor plants that require minimal maintenance and tips on how to care for them.

You can find out more about all the best indoor plants for your home from Capital Garden Services.

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Eamon Fennelly

Eamon Fennelly is a landscape specialist at Capital Garden Services. He loves gardening and believes everyone can enjoy the gardening experience.

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