This plant is ideal for low-light apartments and offices because it only requires weekly watering and can survive in fluorescent lighting.
Pothos is widely used in both commercial and residential settings due to its low maintenance requirements and attractive appearance. When in doubt, give it a drink.
This succulent is more light-hungry than the others on this list, but it thrives in a sunny window and requires little attention.
Even if your spider plant doesn't reproduce very often, its white and green leaves will bring serenity to any desk or windowsill.
Because of their drooping leaves, which make them ideal for hanging, these plants are both colorful and low maintenance.
It is easy to care for because it only needs to be watered once a week and needs indirect light. It will add lush and beautiful foliage to any room.
If you live in an apartment and don't have enough room to make an English garden on your balcony, English ivy is a great choice.
They will look stunning if properly cared for. They will require filtered water (or tap water that has been left out for 1-2 days) and bright filtered light.
Maranta thrives in bright, indirect light with weekly watering and comes in a variety of cultivars. These plants prefer higher humidity levels.