This fluffy plant tolerates a lot more abuse than other ferns — thanks to the fact that it’s technically not a fern. Asparagus setaceus adapts to both bright spots and darker corners. Keep the soil moist and it’ll thrive.
Fiddle Leaf Fig
These trendy trees have more than just lush foliage going for them. Their hardy disposition can adapt to most bright locations (minus direct sunlight). Water generously in the summer and slow it down when winter comes.
Guiana ChestnutGuiana Chestnut
More commonly known as
Chinese Money Plant
Here’s another plant with fortuitous associations, although it also goes by the adorable nickname “Pancake Plant.” It prefers a shady spot (or winter windowsill) and weekly watering
The recipe for a happy yucca is easy: Sun, sun, and more
African Violets One of the most popular houseplants in the world, this flowering
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