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Find the easiest houseplants that grow quickly in your house

Find the easiest houseplants that grow quickly in your house

Houseplants are a great way to bring life and color into your home. They can bring joy to those who take care of them, while also cleaning the air in the house. Houseplants come in many sizes and shapes, making it easy to find one that fits perfectly with your existing decor. With the right kind of care, they can grow quickly too.

When looking for houseplants that will thrive and grow quickly, choose ones that are hardy and easy to care for. Pick plants that don't need high light levels or much water because these kinds of plants tend to be more resilient and less likely to suffer from diseases or pests. They may not flower as much as some other varieties, but they'll still look good and provide greenery in your home. For best success, make sure you do regular checks for bugs or other problems so you can address them quickly if needed. Also, be sure to consult instructions on how much sun and water each type of plant needs to stay healthy. Most importantly though, enjoy caring for your houseplants!

These are the plants we're going to look at:

  1. Philodendron
  2. Pilea Peperomioides

1. Philodendron

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The ultimate guide for Philodendron plant care

If you love easy to care for plants, you're going to love the Philodendron. This plant has tropical vines and loves to climb things around it, very much like a Monstera. It doesn't require a lot of attention and is a great plant for those that don't want to water a plant every day and have a perfect spot in a indirectly lit area of their house.

Read more about taking care of a Philodendron

2. Pilea Peperomioides

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The ultimate plant care for a Pilea Peperomioides

The Pilea Peperomioides or Chinese Money Plant is an amazing plant for beginners. It shows you exactly what it needs and when it's not getting the care that it wants. It's a fast-growing houseplant, that should be watered once per week. This is not quite low-maintenance, but teaches any plant owner how to take care of plants.

Learn more about taking care of a Pilea Peperomioides

I hope you've discovered a new plant that's perfect for you and your living space! If you're still looking for more plants, why not discover plants in other categories as well?