Spider plant, Chlorophytum comosum, is one of the most common & well-known of all houseplants. This plant is popular with beginners, easy to grow and doesn’t require constant attention.
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Money Plant, also called pothos or devil's ivy, is one of the most popular houseplant choices in India. It has thick, waxy, green, heart-shaped leaves.
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Peace lily is a common indoor houseplant that is widely preferred. It is easy to maintain and makes home interiors appealing with its attractive and glossy leaves.
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Rubber plants, also known as rubber trees or Ficus elastica, have air purifying properties. They are sturdy and tolerant. Keep their soil slightly moist, and make sure they get plenty of sunshine.
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Elephant ear plants are organised into a group of tropical, perennial plants instantly recognisable by their big, heart-shaped leaves. They need bright light and regular watering to keep the soil moist.
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Dracaena trifasciata, commonly known as snake plant, is a popular and hardy houseplant with stiff, sword-like leaves.
Areca palm is one of the most widely used palms for bright interiors. They have feathery, arching fronds. They need the right amount of water and sunlight.
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Succulents look aesthetically pleasing. They don't need regular watering. Succulents do require some amount of sunlight though.
Philodendron is a popular choice among house plants, thanks mostly to its dramatic heart-shaped foliage.
ZZ Plant is a high tolerant indoor plant that can survive every condition. It is a tropical perennial plant that has smooth and shiny leaves. They need low to medium sunlight conditions.