7 Plants Even The Blackest Thumb Can't Kill

Homiful.com -- Not all of us may have a 'green thumb', which every plant we grow and care will live happily and healthy. Instead, we feel we have a black thumb, which causes our houseplants to struggle and eventually die.

Well, it might not be your finger's fault. You may need to pick hardy plants if you want to feel confident that you can take care of plants at home. Check out the list in 7 Plants Even The Blackest Thumb Can't Kill.

1. Zebra Haworthia


Zebra haworthia will remind you of aloe at glance, this is not an aloe vera plant. This plant is a succulent with spiky leaves and zebra-like white stripes. Zebra haworthia is the best succulent plant for beginners. It is said you can even water it only once a month because it is very drought-tolerant. This is a great plant for tabletop decor at home.

2.  Air plant


Drop your choice on the air plant. A unique plant that doesn't even need soil or water to thrive. It can be hung using a special hook, as picture. Air plants use fine hairs on their leaves to absorb nutrients from the air. These plants thrive in the home, but they are relatively expensive.

3. Cactus


Cacti are loved for several reasons. One is that they are hardy plants that thrive in hot, dray climates. When the soil is dry, watering can be done. Second, simple care will still allow the cactus to produce beautiful flowers like this one. Third, this is a succulent that makes a distinct and imposing statement as home living decor.

4. Fiddle leaf fig


Placing tall ornamental plants indoor will beautify your home decor. Make your choice of fiddle-leaf fig or ficus lyrata. These palnts are large-leaved, dramatic, and can instantly brighten up an otherwise dull room. Your fiddle-leaf fig will grow best with consistent, bright, indirect light.

5. Snake plant


Snake plant is a familar choice for black thumbs. This palnt likes repeated neglect, even low-light conditions. Snake plants actually suffer with extra care such as excessive watering and fertilization. You can grow them in a place with bright, indirect light, so they will thrive and be happy on their own.

6. Inch plant


Want to have an exotic purple-leaved plant that is easy to maintain? Tradescantia zebrina, or inch plant, is a great choice. This plant is so stunning, with green leaves with purple stripes and a silvery sheen. Inch plants are very simple to grow. You can put it somewhere with a lot of light but indirect sunlight. 

7. Spider plants


Spider plant is a friendly plant, even for black thumbs. You can grow this plant easily on soil or in water. Growing it using the water-propagation method only require clean water and occasial liquid fertilizers to encourage the growth of new roots and leaves. This plant will undoubtledly brigthen up your space.

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Author : Yeni
Editor : Munawaroh
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