3 houseplants that are impossible to kill, experts say

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Are you struggling to grow healthy houseplants? Well, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has uncovered the hardest plants to kill – and they’re perfect for not-so-green sleeves.

Andrea Platt, head of RHS Garden Wisley’s retail team, says the three easiest plants to survive Chinese evergreen plants, mbrother-in-law’s language and spider plants. While it can be tempting to choose exotic and colorful species, Andrea explains that these plants are almost impossible to kill because they require little irrigation.

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Speaking of Chinese evergreens, Andrea tells Gardening Express why it’s perfect for novice plant parents: “It’s a hardy and undemanding houseplant that’s perfect for dark corners or hallways because it can withstand lower light better. Keep Chinese evergreens away from drafts and watered sparingly in the winter. “

The other favorite is the native tongue famous for its eye-catching stripes. Commonly known as the snake plant, Andrea explains that “they are hard to kill and tolerate little watering” – ideal for those who spend a lot of time away from home.

He adds, “These interesting air-purifying plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen at night, so these little gems are perfect for storing in the bedroom. They don’t need to be pruned.”

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The last adaptive houseplant is the striking spider plant, famous for its long green leaves. If you are looking for an easy-to-grow plant, this species simply needs a well-lit area to bloom. Best of all, once rooted, the stem can be cut off and you can get another flowering plant in a matter of seconds.

“It’s incredibly popular because it’s easy to grow. Just put it in a well-lit place, water it, and watch it ripen and develop a stem.”

Time to grow …

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