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5 Easy House Plants For The Beginner Plant Lover

If you're either beginning your plant collection or just want a plant with little responsibility, these are the perfect ones for you!

5 Easy House Plants For The Beginner Plant Lover

Have you ever tried owning a house plant but just can never seem to keep one alive?

House plants are known to reduce stress levels, sharpen attention, and be overall therapeutic; however, it can be so easy to accidentally kill one with the wrong shade and watering rate. These 5 house plants are very easy to keep with the proper instructions and low need to be cared for. In fact, you might need to worry about over-watering these plants rather than under-watering them!

Golden Pothos


The golden pothos is a beautiful plant that requires a low amount of care. It can thrive in a shady room environment and only needs to be watered about every 10th day.

African Milk Tree


The African Milk Tree is very easy to care for and only requires watering once a month!



Echeveria plants are perfect if you have a spot in your house with lots on sunlight. It also only requires watering once a month.

Spider Plant


Spider Plants are very beautiful and easy to take care of! It needs watered about every 10 days and only requires part-sunlight.

Snake Plant


Snake plants are known to be one of the hardiest plant species. It thrives in part-shade and low light conditions and can be watered once a month.

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