Sometimes we kill indoor plants by unnecessarily watering or poor quality of maintenance or no knowledge of maintaining it. People Say, We’ve killed an African violet, cacti and lucky bamboos. We’re pretty sure our thumb is nowhere close to green, but we do like having plants in our apartment that are preferably not fake.
Here is the list of Unkillable Indoor Plants
Lucky bamboo tolerates very low light, like bathrooms, but does need care in watering. If you got it as a stem in water, then you might not realize they are much easier to care for when planted normally in soil.
African violets don’t like direct light, and they must be damp at all times and you mustn’t let any water touch the leaves. With all that, they sound finicky, but they really are not. Water them about 3 times a week (from the bottom, the sink is right there) and sometimes cold tea for fertilizer. This always makes them bloom.
Crassula Ovata(Jade Plant)
Sanservia aka Mother In Law’s tongue and Crassula aka Jade Plant will both tolerate drying out. If you tend to underwater your plants or forget to water, these are good choices for you.
Peace Lily uses lots of water and is therefore a little better at handling overwatering. One useful feature of the Peace Lily is that it will droop when it needs watering; it will literally lie down and beg for water.After you water it, it will be fine again.This is hardly an ideal way to treat your plants,but this one is very forgiving that way.
Syngonium podophyllum is the most commonly cultivated species, being used as a houseplant since the late 19th century.It only needs to be watered once in a while and doesn’t require a lot of sunlight.
Its Pretty tolerant of temperature .All you have to do is make sure it is watered once a week (and sometimes it is 2-3 weeks if you are traveling.