11. HIBISCUS Hibiscus (rosa-sinensis, Hibiscus syriacus)
If you want to attract hummingbirds or butterflies, these beauties are perfect. They have big personalities and about 1,000 colorful options (yep).
12. PEPEROMIA GINNY (Peperomia clusiifolia)
This little plant is tough enough to survive in many different climates, making it an excellent choice for beginners.
13. STAGHORN FERN (Platycerium bifurcatum)
Ferns are often thought of as harmless plants, but some can be quite toxic to cats and dogs. That’s why it is important that you check both the common name (like Staghorn Fern) and scientific name( like Platycerium bifurcatum).
14. ROSES (Rosa varieties)
If you need to give someone a bouquet, consider roses. Not only are they safe for pets and humans alike but the smell will make their day.
15. BOSTON FERN (Nephrolepis exaltata)
If you’re looking for a plant that will be there no matter what, the Boston fern is your best friend. They never judge and they’ll talk as long as needed. In two words: natural humidifier.
16. KIMBERLY QUEEN FERN (Nephrolepis obliterata)
It’s as though the Kimberly Queen Fern is wearing a crown. Unlike royalty, this princess prefers staying out of the spotlight (i e., bright sunshine).
17. SPIDER PLANT (Chlorophytum comosum)
Spider plants are a gift that never ends. If they grow too big for their planter and spill over the sides, just trim them down and replant the new clippings.
18. RATTLESNAKE PLANT (Calathea lancifolia)
With its lively textures and vibrancy, the Calathea family is all about bringing life to your indoor garden. The rattlesnake plant’s crinkly leaves make it a unique addition that will stand out among other plants while being low maintenance for those busy schedules.
19. NEON PRAYER PLANT (Maranta leuconeura)
Give your space some personality with these striped plants. They thrive in low to bright indirect sunlight and require little care, but don’t hover, they like their independence.
20. IMPATIENS (Impatiens varieties)
Impatiens are perfect for brightening up any space with their cheerful colors. They will bloom continuously as long as they receive plenty of water and sunlight, making them an excellent balcony or window box plant.
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