Undemanding Houseplants 🎍for Busy Girls ⏰ Who Still Want Foliage 🌡 ...

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If you're anything like me, you have a hard time keeping houseplants alive.

I can't even tell you how many I've killed and had to throw away.

So sad, right?

However, there is lots of research showing that having live plants in your house can help keep in the air clear and make you happy.

So if you have a semi-black thumb like mine, consider choosing these plants, which are easy to care for and look great in any room of the house.

1. Mother-in-Law's Tongue

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It has sharp leaves - get it?

Like your mother-in-law's tongue?

Anyway, all joking aside, this plant thrives in shade and sun and likes dry soil so you won't have to water it all the time.

In fact, you can get away with only watering it once a month in the winter time.

2. Ivy

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Ivy looks fantastic, but it has a lot of other perks too.

It's super easy to take care of and can grow indoors as well as out.

Ivy doesn't need a ton of light and can survive in dry, dusty places.

Just make sure to water it every couple of days and you're good to go.

3. Succulents

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The plants are like cacti and store their own water.

There are loads of varieties of succulents and they often look really cool so they can mesh with your decor.

Succulents are pretty easy to grow indoors and just need regular watering.

4. Sympathizer

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These plants are a great choice if you have a dark room that you want to keep plants in.

They don't need much light and are ideal for offices and homes.

You don't want the soil to dry out, but as long as you remember to water your sympathizer, it should thrive wherever you keep it.

5. Aspidistra

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Not only can this plant thrive in shady locations within your home, but it actually prefers to be out of direct sunlight.

It's great for dens, offices and the basement playroom.

Cared for properly, the plant might even grace you with one of its rare blooms.2

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