7 Low-Maintenance Houseplants that Thrive All Year (Maybe)

7 Low-Maintenance Houseplants that Thrive All Year (Maybe)

Homiful.com -- Adding decorative plants to the atmosphere of the home throughout the season is the best way to improve the atmosphere as well as the freshness in the room. Furthemore, the ornamental plant can be very useful during the long winter. Of course, you must also pay attention on your houseplants with patience, as caring for them can be difficult. However, it must have the most durable house plants and will most likely last the entire year.



Looking for a plant that will make a strong impression in the room? Ponytail is a drought-tolerant plant that grows slowly and requires little water. Fountains of long, narrow, dark green leaves will dangle downward. The trunk is thick and undercut, and it contains food reserves.

Snake plant 


The snake plant is one of the most adaptable plants for improving interior design. Growing in cold weather, low light, drought, and without any schedule sprinklers. You can have some of those varieties with sword-like leaves because they are abundant and grow as air-purifying plants.



Home plants with orange flowers are ideal plants to belong to if they like the cold and receive little sunlight. They not only bloom in bright colors and brighten up the room. This plant must be stored in a dry location and does not requires daily irrigation.

Hoya plant


A hoya with a thick wax leaf is a plant that stays high in winter, tending to an inconsistency of the spring. It tolerates water, thermal temperatures, and [refers well-drained soil. As the leaves turn brown, a forgiving and quick rise. It's ideal for use as a hanging basket.

ZZ plant


Despite being neglected for months, this edible, green, and healthy ZZ plant may live for a long time. This ZZ plant grows well in fertile soil, is winter resistant, and its thick leaves do not turn brown. It is ideal for a low-light room. As well as for winter and is nearly impossible to kill.

Fiddle fig


Indoor decorative plants with low care and growing tolerance requires only 2 - 3 times per week watering. The fiddle fig can grow tall outdoors and prefers temperatures and irrigation that are compatible.

Fern Maidenhair


Indoors, most fern can tolerate low light and absorb a lot of moisture. Growing in wet forests is not the only option. For these maidenhair ferns. it prefers moist soil, and proper sprinklers prefer indirect light.

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Author       : Lynda
Editor        : Munawaroh
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