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Hard To Kill Plants That Will Purify The Air

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I really do love the idea of indoor plants. Especially if you live in a small apartment. They bring a bit of nature indoors, create more oxygen and ultimately look great. But alas, I’m not the greatest at looking after and keeping plants alive. It starts off well, but eventually I forget about the poor thing and before I know it, its wilted and lifeless in the corner . But luckily there are plants that are very, very hard to kill and even I can keep alive. That’s saying a lot! So here are 10 low-light and low maintenance plants that you cannot kill!

Peace Lily

If you’re after a plant with a few flowers, then the Peace Lily is a great choice. Not only will it look great, but it will also filter the toxins in the air.

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Snake Plant

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The Spider Plant

A great air purifier and instant source of lush green tones to add to your home.

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Place this plant near a curtained window. This way the new leaves will be protected and the filtered sunlight will keep the plant happy and thriving.

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Boston Fern

This cheery plant will spruce up your home in no time. It looks best placed in a pot where the leaves can hang over the edge.

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Rabbit’s Ear

This plant is able to grow really quickly.It also has hairy leaves that aid in preventing water loss due to evaporation.

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Aloe’s are probably best known for their healing properties, but these little guys look great on your desk or bedside table too. They love indirect light and water every other week.

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String Of Pearls

This plant really is unique, and I think that it’s strange yet pea-like looking shape is amazing. It loves being placed in indirect sunlight and you just need to ensure that you keep the soil moist.

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Devil’s Ivy

This plant is very difficult to kill, hence the name. It makes a great hanging plant because the leaves can grow very long.

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Don’t be afraid to add a little greenery to your home. Do you have a favourite indoor plant?

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