Indoor plants are the best! They purify the air, spruce up your space, and are a lot less work than a pet. But when you’re always hopping on the next flight out of town, they can be hard to take care of. And there’s nothing worse than coming home from a trip to a sad-looking plant. So what’s a girl to do? Choose hardy, low-maintenance plants and learn how to keep your plants alive while traveling, of course! Here’s my list of the best plants for frequent travelers!
Best Plants for Frequent Travelers
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Peace Lily: One of the Best plants for Frequent Travelers
Not only is the peace lily easy to take care of, but it’ll be working hard to purify your air while you’re away. It’ll just need a deep watering before you leave. If you do come home to a very sad-looking peace lily, don’t worry, just water it and watch it dramatically spring back to life!
Jade Plant: low-maintenance plant
Place your jade plant in a spot with full sunlight and water it well before you leave and you’ll return to a healthy plant! The key is to let it completely dry out between watering, so you should be good for at least 2 weeks.
Cast Iron Plant: low-maintenance, travel-friendly plant
The cast iron plant is almost impossible to kill, so even the most neglectful of plant parents can handle it! Keep it out of direct sunlight and water it every 2-3 weeks.
Which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below or DM me on Instagram! I also have lots of tips and tricks for fellow plant lovers on my Instagram!
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