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The 20 toughest indoor plants

The 20 toughest indoor plants

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In addition to having a beautiful bloom, this resistant plant barely needs watering, since it comes from the African desert. The ideal way to do it? Pouring some water at the base of the plate until completely absorbed.

2 ASPIDIST

Coming from China and the Far East, this indoor variety only belongs to the family of liliaceae. Is a perennial plant, very resistant and medium size.

3 BAMBOO

This tropical plant of oriental origin, belongs to the family of poaceae, It is very fast growth and there are countless varieties.

4 HOUR KERRII Yasser Chalid

From Asia, this heart-shaped plant tolerates drought well, but need a lot of light. If you take good care of it, it will last for many years in perfect condition.

5 ADAM'S RIB

Also called mdelicious onstera, of the family of araceae It is a tropical species of central and southern America.

6 BROMELIA

Originally from Brazil, in its natural habitat it grows on tree branches, but andn Western countries are considered indoor plants.

7 RED ANTURIO DEA / C. DANI

This beautiful plant, blooms almost all year, so it’s basically a visual show. Alone requires indirect light and wet earth. Just don't forget about spray a little water on its leaves so they don't become faint.

8 CACTUS Westend61

The family of the cacti It is native to the American continent, and as such, they are used to living in the desert. It is because of that they endure extreme temperatures and drought so well. However, to survive they need a slight watering from time to time and be located in a corner bathed by natural light.

9 KENTIA

From the family of arecáceas, It comes from Howe Island in Australia, where it takes its original name: hOwea Forsteriana.

10 IED

It belongs to the family of araliaceae, originally from Europe. It is so resistant that can be used as a hanging plant, table or outdoor climber.

11 TAPES DEA / C. DANI

This plant belongs to the group Phanerógama species chlorophytum, originally from South Africa, and In addition to being on the top of the resistance, it is very easy to grow.

12 FICUS BENJAMINA

It is a botanical species of fig tree, native to Asia and Australia. It is the official tree of Bangkok and can reach 30 m high in natural conditions.

13 YUCA

Originally from Central America, cassava belongs to the family of agavaceae and its most used variety and interior is called pie elephant.

14 Frost

This vivacious plant belongs to the group of pteridophytes, that are devoid of seeds, so its reproduction takes place by means of spores in the appropriate medium.

15 POTOS DEA / C. DANI

The potos is a member of the family araceae, and is perhaps one of the most resistant plants that exist, since can grow even in the worst conditions. Further, It has beautiful leaves that dress elegantly any space.

16 COMMON GERANIUM

Gender pelargonium, comes from South Africa; from there the first geranium arrived in Europe in 1,710.

17 ALOE VERA Pornpawit Phosawang / EyeEm

In addition to being very resistant and hardly needing water, the aloe vera It is a very functional plant, since you can use it to cook or prepare great skin masks.

18 CAMADOREA DEA / G.CIGOLINI

This miniature palm comes from Mexico and Guatemala, and besides being extremely striking, superbly resists any light condition, although the ideal is to place it in a corner with partial lighting, never direct (since the leaves may turn yellowish).

19 SUEGRA LANGUAGE DEA / G. CIGOLINI

Also known as sansevieria, this plant is famous for resisting the most extreme conditions. So much so that in winter you don't need watering.

20 BANANA CHAIN Seattle Plant Shop

This plant belongs to the family of succulent, so it doesn't require much care. Just direct light and occasional watering. In addition, as they grow quite fast, are ideal in hanging pots.