Your houseplants had a great time this summer… the sun was shining, the air was humid and they were happy! Whether your plants were outside or remained indoors, the seasons are changing and it’s time to adjust YOUR plant routine to help keep them happy.
This purple beauty, sometimes referred to as “Purple Shamrock” or “False Shamrock”, is native to Brazil rather than Ireland and are equally appealing as an outdoor plant or a houseplant.
I’ve compiled a list of five plants that are *actually* the most undemanding houseplants. I would even go so far as to say you could stick these in a room and turn off the light for a couple of weeks and although it would be mad at you and develop some trust issues but it wouldn’t be dead.
“Water your plants once a week” is common advice that suggests that you need to stick to a regular schedule. But it doesn’t work like that. Why?
Limited well-lit space for my plants is an issue in my urban apartment, so when I transplanted the spiderettes that were rapidly outgrowing their small pots, I combined them into one container as one plant to save on valuable sill space. You can do this with many different plants, not just spider plants!