This plant is ideal for low-light flats and offices, as it only has to be watered once a week and can live in areas with fluorescent lighting.
Because it's so easy to grow and its leaves naturally fall to the ground, pothos is a popular choice for both businesses and residences. Give it a drink if it's looking a little dehydrated.
This succulent needs more light than some other houseplants on this list, but it's still simple to grow in a bright sunny window.
The white-and-green leaves of your spider plant give peaceful emotions to a desk or windowsill, even if it doesn't produce many offspring.
Colorful and easy to care for, they're an excellent choice for a hanging plant because of the drooping leaves that dangle down.
Easy to maintain for, it requires only weekly watering and indirect light, and will bring lush and striking foliage to any room.
English ivy is a great option for those who live in apartments and don't have the space to create an English garden on their balcony.
If they're properly cared for, they'll look gorgeous. They'll need filtered water (or tap water that's been let out for 1-2 days to evaporate the chemicals and bright filtered light.
Available in a wide range of cultivars, maranta thrives in bright, indirect light with occasional weekly watering. These plants prefer conditions with greater humidity.