Indoor Plants that Thrive in an Apartment

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If you have a green thumb but don’t have outdoor garden space, you’re in luck… there are plenty of plants that thrive in an indoor environment, so they’re perfect to surround yourself with right in your beautiful apartment home.  

Plants can bring a breath of fresh air to an environment, literally, plus the act of gardening itself can serve as stress-relief, so why not bring the fun indoors? Keep reading to discover which indoor plants might be right for you.

ZZ Plant
The Zamioculcas Zamiifolia, also known as the “ZZ Plant”, is one of the most popular indoor plants because it’s extremely easy to care for, is drought-tolerant and doesn’t require a ton of direct sunlight. It has waxy, smooth leaves that can reflect sunlight and help brighten up a room. This beautiful plant also serves as a natural air purifier and doesn’t quickly outgrow its container. 

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is commonly recognized for its medicinal purposes. Grow one in your own home and you’ll have instant access to fast relief for burns, rashes, and other ailments. This succulent is extremely easy to care for, only requiring watering about once every three weeks. Place this plant near a window to provide plenty of sunlight to help it thrive. 
 
Air Plant
If you don’t have a green thumb, no worries. Tillandsias, also known as “air plants”, are fun to look at because they’re adorable, and they’re incredibly easy to care for. Characterized by their fuzzy long tails, they’re easily recognizable and the best thing of all is that they don’t require you to water them. Instead, they absorb moisture from the air making them the ideal indoor plant for those who don’t want to worry about the chore of watering regularly. 
 
Why not try all three? Each plant has its own unique set of characteristics to bring life to your indoor living space. Which plants thrive in your apartment home? Let us know in the comments below. 

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