Best Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

Best Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

Don't have a green thumb? Not to worry, Slugg has your back! Adding more green, luscious leaves to your home can not only be a great way to freshen up your space but also create a calming environment. These low maintenance indoor plants will stay alive and thrive no matter how much neglect you throw at them.

ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamifolia) 

ZZ plants have continued to get more and more trendy over the years thanks to how simple they are to maintain. Low light, bright light—it doesn't matter, the ZZ will thrive.

Chamaedorea elegans (Parlor Palm)

The beautiful, attractive and delicate appearance of the Parlour Palm is made up of light green fronds that have a dainty texture which are loved by interior designers.

Snake Plant (Dracaena trifasciata) 

Snake plants are still so popular for a reason: they're incredibly hands-off and easy to care for. This funky succulent doesn’t just add aesthetic interest to your home – it also provides unique health benefits.

Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)

This trailing plant is one of the most forgiving houseplants out there. It can tolerate low and bright light, so you can put it just about anywhere in your home.

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

Breathe in, and breathe out knowing that this low maintenance, air purifying plant is literally creating peace and tranquillity in your home with striking white flowers in contrast with its lush deep green leaves.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum)

Spider Plants are extremely adaptable plants that can thrive in many environmental conditions. Basically impossible to kill, they are perfect for gardening beginners. Before you know it, you will be a plantlet parent.


Check out our Plant Guide to learn more about each plant.

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  • 1. Drainage

    Place a single layer of drainage screen directly over the drain hole.

  • 2. Pot setup

    Once you have chosen the location for your pots, place four pot feet on the ground and position the pot on top.

  • 3. Potting mix

    Cover the piece of drainage screen with a good quality potting mix and fill the pot to the desired level and gently compact in layers.

  • 4. Plant it

    Carefully remove the plant from its nursery pot. Put the plant in your prepared garden pot, ensuring the potting mix soil sits at the same level as the soil in the nursery pot.

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