5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Summers

If you dream of creating a plush green space in or around your home this summer but don’t have the necessary time or expertise to do so, go for low-maintenance plants.

These plants are hardy and easy to care for, won’t demand much of your time or attention, and yet give you a sense of peace and serenity. They are adaptable to different light conditions and are drought-tolerant.

Here is the list of the top five low-maintenance plants to buy in the summer:


Pothos is a versatile plant that tops the list of low-maintenance plants. It is very resilient and can thrive in low to medium indirect light. It can be propagated both in soil as well as water. Grow it in pots, or hanging baskets, or put it in water and place it on shelves or tables, it will instantly make the place vibrate and energetic. It is also known for its excellent air-purifying properties.

ZZ plant

Zamioculcas Zamifolia commonly known as the ZZ plant has glossy green leaves and thick stalks that will give you an impression as if it is made of plastic. It is a very tough plant that doesn’t mind neglect. ZZ plant easily survives in low-lit conditions and needs minimal watering, in fact, it can go for months without it. It is also resistant to pests and diseases and doesn’t even require frequent fertilization.


Syngonium is also known as the Arrowhead plant because of its arrow-shaped leaves that come in various colors and patterns. You can call it a hassle-free plant just like pothos. It is a super tough and fast-growing plant that can outgrow any pot in no time. Place it in bright indirect sunlight and keep the soil moist but not soggy. Fertilize it once a month with organic fertilizer for healthy foliage.


Dieffenbachia also referred to as the Dumb cane is an attractive foliage plant with large, variegated leaves that can add a tropical vibe to any space. It thrives in bright, indirect light or partial shade, as direct sunlight can scorch its leaves. Water it evenly when the top 2 inches of soil feels dry, as overwatering can result in root rot. Fertilize it twice a week during spring and summer.


Aglaonema has stunning foliage that comes in a range of colors from green to pink to red. It is a low-maintenance plant that can tolerate low light as well as direct sunlight. It likes slightly moist soil, so water it when the top layer of soil feels dry. It is also an air purifier that removes harmful chemicals from the air.

These are some of the best low-maintenance plants that you can buy in the summer. Try adding some of them to your home and enjoy their greenery and freshness.

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