7 Cute and Eye-Catching Plants for Your Desk That Are Easy to Care for

7 Cute and Eye-Catching Plants for Your Desk That Are Easy to Care For 

Homiful.com -- Whether you're still working from home, have switched to hybrid working, or have returned to the office full time, having a workspace that inspires and motivates you may make a huge difference in your entire experience. Aside from purchasing new stationery, an easy method to improve your desk area is to add a plant or two. 

ZZ Plant


If you're searching for a chic plant to add some personality to your workspace, the ZZ plant is the plant for you. This small-sized one has lovely dark green leaves. The best part? It takes very little watering and can live under low light levels, making it ideal for bringing some life to a boring work corner.

Snake Plants


There's nothing not pleasing about the simple snake plant, which is a favorite among minimalist co-working spaces around. Although the one in the photo above is perhaps the most common, snake plants come in a variety of forms and colors, so take your pick. This tiny one is a great way to begin. The best part? Unless you overwater it, it's really resilient.

Bunny Ears Cactus


Cactus are extremely hard to kill, making them the ideal plant for anybody looking for all the benefits of a desk friend without a lot of effort. The bunny ears cactus is not only lovely to look at, but it's also very easy to care for - just water when the soil is absolutely dry and make sure it receives enough of sunshine (if your desk is in a sunny place, this one's for you).

Maidenhair Fern


The maidenhair fern, with its delicate, long branches and lovely stems, would look lovely on any desk. The only issue? Maidenhair ferns require a lot of moisture, so keep yours well-watered and spray it every other day, and make sure it receives plenty of bright, gentle light. You should also avoid touching the leaves as much as possible, as this causes them to become brown.

Chinese Money Plant


Pick up a Chinese money plant to trick your coworkers into believing you're an expert on houseplants. These cool-looking small plants require surprisingly little care but look amazing - simply supply indirect light and water when the soil is dry, and you'll have a wonderful-looking desk in no time. This medium-sized one is ideal for bringing some personality to a plain desk.

Curly Spider Plant


A spider plant is another great option if you're looking for a low- care desk plant. It's known for being one of the most versatile and easy-to-care-for houseplants out there. Spider plants also thrive in low light circumstances, so they won't mind living under the artificial lights of an office - just be prepared to prune them down on a regular basis, since they grow quickly. This curled spider plant is the ideal size for displaying on your desk. 

Mini Succulents


These tiny fellows come in a variety of forms, sizes, and colors, making it simple to choose a desk friend you enjoy looking at. Succulents, like cactus, retain a lot of water, so they don't need to be watered more than once a week. Maintain their happiness by offering natural light. This arrangement of three small succulents from Beards & Daisies would be ideal for any sort of workstation.

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Author        : Rieka

Editor        : Munawaroh

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