8 Amazing-Looking Houseplants That Require Little Care

Parlor Palm

Lush, tropical fronds that purify the air, making it a beautiful addition to any room. Prefers medium to bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light. Mist leaves frequently to maintain humidity.

Aloe Vera

Known for its soothing properties and lance-shaped leaves, Aloe Vera thrives in bright, indirect light and requires watering only when the soil is completely dry.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Popular for its large, broad leaves, this indoor tree loves bright light but can also tolerate indirect light. With proper care, it brings years of joy.

Money Tree

Symbolizing good luck and prosperity, the Money Tree can grow up to eight feet indoors. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight for six hours a day and should be watered only when the soil is dry.


Named from Greek words meaning "love" and "tree," Philodendrons are easy to care for and can tolerate low light and minimal watering. Be cautious as they are toxic to pets.

Chinese Evergreen

Also known as Aglaonema, this trouble-free plant needs watering every five to 10 days and can thrive in low to bright indirect light. Varieties can have leaves with bold stripes in silver to red.

Spider Plant

Fast-growing and ideal for beginners, Spider Plants produce "babies" that can be repotted. They thrive in well-lit spots and require weekly watering.

String of Pearls

An unusual and beautiful plant, String of Pearls prefers soil kept lightly moist and a mix of bright, indirect sunlight with some direct light during morning hours.