What is the best indoor plant in terms of taking care of it?
In other words, which indoor plant would be the easiest to ake care of?
In my opinion, the swiss cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa) grows easily and adapts well to different indoor environments.
I seem to have somewhat of a black thumb and the only plants I can grow in the house are Pothos. They are easy to grow, don't need much care and they seem to flourish under my black thumb.
My vote goes to the ZZ plant. I have had a large one for about four years. It is healthy and beautiful and seems to require nothing, except an occasional splash of water when I think about it. Our cat used to bite off pieces and they are easily rooted and grow new plants. This is the only indoor plant I have been successful with.
i cant see past the cactus plants, they need very little attention and as long as they are placed in light,not direct sun they will be fine. there are so many variities too that you could build a very varied collection.
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