EASY Houseplants to Try

So you want greenery without the green thumb? All about those natural elements but you've never had a plant? Or your have had many plants, it's just not working out for you? Here is a list of easy plants to try! 


spider plant



blue echevaria

burro's tail

pilea peperomia (Chinese money plant)

philodendron brasil 

prayer plant

pony tail tips

And some alternatives....

Try propagated cuttings in your plant hanger! Grab a bottle or bowl (that fits your planter if you are wanting to hang it), add water and a cutting. Depending on the plant, you may be set for a very long time. I have cuttings of pothos in my home that have been happy in their up-cycled gin bottles for nearly a year now (some bottles are just too pretty to toss, right?). I change the water every now and then (I'm embarrassed to say just how seldom I change it), and check the water level when I remember to. The Anne and Minimal Square Plant Hanger fit my gin bottles of different shapes nicely. 

I also love dried plants. I haven't experimented with dried plants hung in my plant hangers yet, but I do have them all over my home in vases. Try dried eucalyptus for a very beautiful and organic touch of green to your space. 


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A woman who had had a hemorrhage for twelve years approached him from behind and touched the tzitzit on his robe. For she said to herself, “If I can only touch his robe, I will be healed.” Yeshua turned, saw her and said, “Courage, daughter! Your trust has healed you.” And she was instantly healed.

Matthew 9:20-22 (CJB)