Easy to Grow Houseplants
Jade plants require a normal watering when the soil is dry in the summer, and very little watering in the winter. Overwatering will cause them to lose their leaves. They will grow in full sun to light shade. The jade plant benefits from pruning, which should be done in the spring. The jade plant lends itself easily to the bonsai form and is popular as an indoor bonsai. They produce small white or pink star-like flowers in early spring
mother-in-law's tongue or snake plant
It is popular as a houseplant as it is tolerant of low light levels and irregular watering; during winter it needs only one watering every couple of months. It will rot easily if overwatered.It improves indoor air quality by removing toxins such as nitrogen oxide and formaldehyde.
cast iron plant or Aspidistra elatior
Aspidistra elatior is well-known in cultivation and has a reputation for withstanding neglect, giving rise to its common name of Cast-iron Plant. It is tolerant of low light, low humidity, temperature fluctuation and irregular watering.It is best situated in a position away from direct sun to avoid leaf bleaching.
rubber plant or Ficus elastica
Rubber Fig is native of Asia. This ficus can measure up to 10 m high in nature. It doesn’t grow that tall in pot.The normal temperature of a house suits it year-long. This ficus will not survive temperatures below 15°. This ficus appreciates a good source of light with no direct sun all year. It can live under shade, but it will definitely grow better and faster with good light. Sunlight is essential for the leaves to keep their beautiful dark green colour.
African violet or Saintpaulia
The african violet is a perennial flowering plant
Polka-Dot Plant (Hypoestes phyllostachya)
This is a plant used commonly as a houseplant but can also be grown outside as an annual plant. It is a herbaceous plant. The most common type is the pink leaves with green spots. .