A PLANT FOR ANY ROOM? You got it!

All you need is a window or a source of light e.g. a grow light. 

These plants I'm gonna share with you, are almost foolproof.

Almost because nothing is completely foolproof and I won't lie to you.

Every plant can be killed. It's a living thing after all.

Aglaonema, also called Chinese Evergreen. 

This medium sized Houseplant has wonderfully colourful foliage and is suited to a wide range of light conditions and home environments. 

ZZ plant AKA: Zamioculcas zamiifolia (it's botanical name is a mouthful)

And it's one of the toughest houseplants around.

Full of deep green foliage this medium sized houseplant is suitable for any room in your home. 

Happy plant or Dracaena fragrans massangeana - it's all in the name

Happy plants make people happy!

These indestructible indoor tree's are tough enough for even the most inexperienced plant parent.

I'm looking at you Mum! 

Peace lily - Spathiphyllum species. I like to call this one the indicator plant

Peace lillies are great for beginners as they are so dramatic, you'll quickly learn how often your plants need water, and what a thirsty plant looks like. 

Sansevieria - Snake plants / Mother in laws tongue and recently renamed Draceana trifasciata.

There's numerous versions of this plant, including the iddy biddy birds nest sansevieria which is small enough to be placed on a desk or bathroom bench.

They're a win for any situation. 

Want to know more about these 5 plants?

Download my free ebook here for all the details.

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ebook cover, an image of green houseplants in white pots with the title: A plant for any room, the beginners guide to bringing plants indoors by Rachel Okell Owner and Founder of Our Green Sanctuary. Featuring 5 ways you are torturing your houseplants and how to stop it in one day or less

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About the Author Rachel Okell

A self confessed plant nerd, Rachel loves indoor plants, tropical plants and learning about new plants. Rachel is currently working as a Horticulturist helping people solve problems, pick plants & plan gardens. The best part of her job is being surrounded by plants all day! Rachel has a deep appreciation for all things green & hopes to share her knowledge and passion to help people learn about plants.

  • “Hey there! Your indoor Aglaonema plant looks fantastic! ๐ŸŒฟ Could you please share some care tips and tricks for keeping it healthy and vibrant? I’m new to indoor gardening and would love to learn from your experience. Thanks!”

    • Hi Jessica, Thanks for the lovely compliment! I love Aglaonema plants because they are so forgiving. I have learnt to really let them dry out between waterings and have mine planted in my personal potting mix recipe (60 % premium potting to 40% perlite). I also give them medium indirect light, they are sitting on a shelf about half a meter from a large north facing* window that has sheer curtains to diffuse the bright light.
      *I’m in Australia (southern hemisphere) so North facing here means sun all day long.
      I hope this helps! Rachel ๐Ÿ™‚

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