Indoor plants that are ‘easy to care for,’ ‘ideal for beginners,’ and ‘pest resistant.’


Indoor plants that are ‘easy to care for,’ ‘perfect’ for beginners, and ‘pest resistant.’

HOUSEPLANTS require different types of care, which can be confusing to newcomers.

The top indoor plants that are both easy to care for and pest-free have been shared by an expert.

Pests are rarely a problem with houseplants, but they are more prevalent in the winter.

This is due to the fact that the plant’s environment changes as the heating is turned on more frequently.

Kate Turner, a gardening expert for Miracle-Gro, has shared her recommendations for pest-free, low-maintenance plants.

“Plants can provide many physical and mental health benefits in addition to making our house look nice,” she explained.

“Don’t worry, you don’t have to be an expert to look after houseplants.”

There are many low-maintenance plants available, some of which are also pest-free.

Snake Plants, Chinese Evergreens, Coleus Blumei, and Jade Plants are among them.

“Snake plants are native to tropical West Africa and are also known as mother-in-law’s tongue,” the expert explained.

“It requires indirect sunlight and watering only when the soil is completely dry.”

This plant repels pests, making it an excellent choice for a low-maintenance indoor plant.”

The succulent plant is forgiving and ideal for beginners, but cats and dogs are poisonous.

“The Chinese Evergreen, also known as Aglaonema, is disease-resistant, and bugs tend to stay away from it,” Kate continued.

“It has variegated green or pink leaves and white flowers that resemble calla lilies.”

It prefers warm, humid conditions with indirect sunlight and only requires weekly watering.”

Because it is toxic to pets, it should also be kept out of their reach.

Coleus Blumei is known for its brightly colored leaves and requires constant moist soil.

This plant, according to the expert, is “ideal” for people who overwater their houseplants.

“Insects aren’t attracted to the plant because of its leathery tough leaves,” Kate added.

They prefer moderate humidity as well, but do not mist this variety because tap water will leave spots on the leaves.

The Crassula Ovata, or Jade Plant, was also recommended by the gardening expert.

“[It] is a large, attractive, pest-resistant succulent that is easy to maintain,” she explained.

“It prefers bright light, like most succulents, and only requires watering when the.

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