Spider plant Spider plants are amazing at cleaning the air and loved for their hardiness. Keep them out of direct sunlight (but make sure they’re in a bright room.
Water well once a week. the best part? they make little baby plants on shoots which you can pot up and cut from the mother plant. air plant Can’t be bothered with getting your hands dirty? this spikey plant can
live without soil – it looks dramatic on bookshelves, windowsills or even tucked into a teapot! it’s not completely faff-free though – you need to soak it in water for two-to-three hours every ten days or so.
Peace lily as the name suggests, these plants like a quiet life – they are low-key to keep, plus produce pretty white flowers. they’re more likely to die from over rather
than under watering, so check that the soil is dry before watering – about once a week. Just note that they can grow pretty big, so it’s worth checking
the estimated height of your plant at the garden centre. AlOe veRA Any of the aloe family are simple to keep happy – just pop them
in a warm, sunny room and water very little. This is one plant that won’t mind a bit of neglect when you’re on holiday!
SnAKe PlAnT Also known as ‘mother-in-law’s tongue’, this striking plant is happy anywhere only needs sporadic watering.