Are you looking for some rare and exotic plants to add to your home? Then look no further than these! Because we have made a list of some of the best ones, that are even beginner-friendly. From the iconic ZZ plant, to the feng-shui friendly Chinese Money plant, here are some of the best ones that you can add to your home.
Ideal for beginners, the Snake Plant thrives with minimal care. Its striking vertical leaves come in various patterns and colors, making it an aesthetic addition to any space. Just imagine how cute your shelves will look with the snake plant on them! And you will also love to hear that this hardy plant tolerates low light and infrequent watering. Which, of course, makes it perfect for those new to plant care.
Air Plants (Tillandsia)
Air Plants are unique and versatile, needing no soil to grow. They absorb nutrients and moisture through their leaves. A simple misting or occasional soaking is sufficient for their care. That means that they are not only low maintenance, but also can be used as gorgeous decor. These plants come in various shapes, colors, and sizes, adding an artistic touch to any environment. You can get as creative as you want with them, and they will certainly draw attention by any visitors.
ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia)
The ZZ Plant is known for its glossy, dark green foliage and resilience to neglect. It thrives in low light conditions and doesn’t demand frequent watering. Which is amazing if you’re a plant parent with a busy schedule and hectic mind. With its ability to tolerate inconsistent care, this plant is also an amazing option if you’re a frequent traveler. And don’t even get me started on how it an upgrade the look of any space!
Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)
Pothos, also known as Devil’s Ivy, is a versatile and forgiving plant. Its heart-shaped leaves come in various shades of green, making it a visually appealing addition to any room. It flourishes in low to moderate light and doesn’t require frequent watering, making it an ideal choice for beginners.
Haworthias are charming succulents that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They thrive in indirect sunlight and prefer infrequent watering. With their unique shapes and patterns, these low-maintenance plants add interest to any collection, perfect for beginners venturing into succulent care.
Calatheas offer a diverse range of exotic foliage patterns and colors. These plants prefer bright, indirect light and consistently moist soil. Though slightly more demanding in terms of watering, their stunning leaves make them worth the effort for beginners looking to explore unique plant aesthetics. They are one of the most versatile houseplants out there which means that you will have no problem finding Calathea that matches your taste perfectly.
Chinese Money Plant (Pilea Peperomioides)
The Chinese Money Plant, with its round, pancake-shaped leaves, has gained popularity for its charming appearance and ease of care. It prefers moderate light and moderate watering, making it an excellent choice for beginners seeking a visually appealing yet undemanding plant.