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Best House Plants to Grow at Your Apartment

Growing houseplants allows plant-lovers to add some greenery to their homes if they happen to live in an apartment. Thankfully, you don’t need to be an expert gardener to keep a few plants. In fact, houseplants can be a great way for beginners to gain some growing experience. Just keep in mind that you should regularly check the area beneath your plants and keep it clean and dry so that it does not damage the flooring at your apartment. You can make this easier by setting plants on top of a towel or other protective surface.

To get started, check out this list of some easier plants to grow indoors.  

  • Philodendron – Philodendron is a climbing plant that has leaves which will tumble over the sides of its pot, making it a nice plant to keep on a side table or bookcase. This plant can handle light conditions from low to very bright, so it is ideal for almost any room.
  • Spider Plant – Spider Plants can be found in several different varieties so you can choose the one you like best. This is another low-maintenance plant, though it does require at least medium-level light.
  • Snake Plant – Snake Plants can survive without much water or light, making them an incredibly easy plant to keep indoors.
  • Jade Plant – Jade Plants have a unique look that will make a great accent piece for your home. This plant requires very little water so you can leave it alone for weeks and it will be fine. Just make sure to keep it in a place that gets a lot of sun.

Try growing one of these houseplants in your Quarters apartment in Lady Lake, Florida. To learn more about our community and available apartment homes, contact our leasing office today!