5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Winters

5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Winters

5 Best Low-Maintenance Plants To Buy In The Winters

If you’re planning to add some greenery to your space this winter but don’t have the requisite time or knowledge to do so, then you can try adding some low maintenance plants to your home.

Winter months are characteristic of low-light conditions and low temperatures. Therefore, bringing in some hardy plants that can do well in low light, moisture, and temperature can liven up your space. They can also prove to be great companions during those cold and gloomy days when you don’t feel like stepping out of your house.

Luckily, there are many options available for you to choose from that are low maintenance as well.

Here are five of the best low-maintenance plants that you can buy in the winter and enjoy their beauty and benefits:

Snake plant

Snake plant also known as Mother-in-law’s tongue and Viper’s Bowstring is an extremely tough and drought-resistant plant. It looks elegant with its striped and twisted sword-shaped leaves making it one of the most popular indoor plants. It can survive in low light and dry air conditions and needs watering only once every two or three weeks, making it a low-maintenance plant. Plus, it purifies the air too, as it removes airborne toxins like formaldehyde and benzene from the environment.

 

ZZ plant 

Another plant that can thrive in low light and low water conditions is the ZZ plant also known as the Ric-Rac plant. It looks stunning with its dark green, glossy leaves that grow on thick stems, giving it a lush and tropical look. It is one of the most resilient plants, as it can survive droughts, pests, and diseases. It does not need much attention, pruning, or fertilization making it an extremely low-maintenance plant. Plus, it loves to get root-bound and doesn’t need to be repotted frequently.

Pothos

This trailing plant has heart-shaped leaves that come in various shapes and shades. Pothos can grow long lush vines even in extremely low-light conditions making it suitable even for places such as bathrooms and kitchens. It can also survive without watering for many days making it one of the top low-maintenance plants. It can also purify the air from harmful chemicals.

Peace lily

Peace lily is a stunning plant with glossy, dark green leaves and white, spath-like flowers. It can liven up any dull corner with its striking beauty. It only needs moderate light and water to thrive, making it an excellent choice for your bedroom or living room in winter.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a succulent with fleshy, spiky leaves that store water and gel. It is very low maintenance, as it only needs watering once every two weeks. But being a succulent, it requires bright direct or indirect light, therefore, give it a sunny spot such as a windowsill for it to thrive.

These are some of the best low-maintenance plants that you can buy in the winter and enjoy their benefits all year round.

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