Whether you have a green thumb or not, Cathy Isom fills you in about several choices of plants that are hard to kill. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.
You don’t have to have a green thumb or even a lot of time to raise plants. Perhaps you’re afraid you’ll kill everything you touch? The good news is that there are so many plants out there that will give you a break.
If a cactus can survive in the desert, it can survive in a busy person’s home. They require little water and aren’t particular about soil conditions.
The cast-iron plant should be your plant of choice. It thrives in either low or high light. And, can handle extreme temperatures.
How about the Rabbit’s Ear? this is a cute plant that’s also particular The hair on the leaves helps the plant retain water which keeps it watered for longer periods and makes evaporation more difficult.
If you want a plant that will take care of itself and save you money on your growing efforts, than the Jade plant is for you. Not only do the leaves store an abundance of water it also easily reproduces more plants by dropping more leaves into the soil.
Aloe, Philodendron, snake plants,and spider plants are also good choices for low maintenance and hard to kill plants.
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