RHS Garden Wisley Retail Team Leader, Andrea Platt has shared the three hardest to kill houseplants. Houseplants are a great way to add colour and life to your home, however, they can be difficult to look after, especially if you don’t choose the right ones. While it may be tempting to choose something exotic and colourful, you may be safer sticking to these three houseplants.
“These are stemless, succulent perennials with evergreen, leathery leaves.
“They are difficult to kill and will tolerate little watering.
“These interesting air purifying plants converts carbon dioxide into oxygen at nighttime, making these little gems perfect to keep in your bedroom.
“These don’t need any pruning and are perfect for people who spend a lot of time away from home.
“This is incredibly popular because it is easy to grow.
“Just place it in a well-lit area, water and watch it grow as it matures it develops stems.
“Each of these has a baby plant at its tip which can be pegged down into the compost.
“When it is rooted, the stem can be cut and you will have another plant.
“Great to give to your friends.”