Looking for a few low maintenance houseplants to add to your home?
Homeowners are doing everything possible outdoors with their landscaping as well as indoors. Replacing thirsty plants indoors is a smart step to conserving water and improving your drought-tolerance.
Low Maintenance Houseplants
We found this helpful article all about low maintenance houseplants, so we thought we’d share it in case you’re looking for ways to enhance the inside of your home.
This palm is also referred to as an “Elephant Foot” because of its bulbous succulent base. Originally from Mexico, it needs consistent light and a very little water. It’s best suited for a windowsill or a brightly-lit corner.
Take a look and let us know which of these plants you would consider adding to your household.