Especially for the plant lover without green fingers, we have listed the easiest plants for you! Are you looking for some new plants for in your garden or indoors, more you don’t like to spend a lot of time maintaining these plants? Then it is wise to choose plants that require little maintenance.
A cactus is often used indoors to really finish the interior of a house. Although it is often used indoors, a cactus can of course also easily be used indoors. If you don’t want to do much maintenance to your plants, a cactus is ideal. You can never give them too little water. When it’s warm it only needs to be watered once a month and in winter it only needs to be watered once every 2 to 3 months.
A fern can survive in both sun and shade. However, the more this plant is in the sun, the more water it will eventually need. That is why it is also wise to place a fern in a place where there is a lot of shade.
Chrysanthemums are known as a late flowering garden plant. This is because they only start flowering when all the others have finished flowering. With a chrysanthemum a distinction can be made between hardy and not hardy chrysanthemums. These plants like to stand in full sun and all you have to do is provide them with a nutrient-rich soil and water them in due course. This should not be too much or the plant will rot.
A succulent plant is known as a very strong garden plant and is almost impossible to break. Unless, of course, you are going to neglect this plant completely. They need a little more water in the summer than in the winter because of the heat. In the winter the rainwater is actually sufficient. So in summer you will have to give some water in dry periods. In addition, the plant needs to be placed in a place where there is enough light.
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