The Top 3 Absolute Best Plants For Beginners

The Top 3 Absolute Best Plants For Beginners

When stepping into the world of plants, it can be tricky to know which plants are best for beginners. The key is choosing low-maintenance options as you get to learn the fundamentals of plant care, providing an environment that encourages confidence and success on your journey into the delightful botanic world. Let’s dive into the realm of indoor plants and explore a curated selection of 3 plants that are easy to take care of and are perfect to start your collection with.

 Monstera Adansonii 'Swiss Cheese'

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Monstera Adansonii is known for its forgiving nature. It can tolerate a variety of light conditions, making it suitable for different environments within a home. The Swiss Cheese is not super fussy about watering, making it less prone to issues caused by overwatering. The resilience from this plant is beneficial for beginners who are still developing their watering routines.

 An indoor plant suitable for any environment

Monstera Adansonii can adapt to various room temperatures and humidity levels, making it versatile for different living spaces. It has unique features such as the holes and splits in its leaves that give the plant an attractive and distinctive appearance, resembling Swiss cheese. Monstera Adansonii does not require frequent repotting and can be easily pruned if you wish to manage its size and shape to suit your areas.

Epipremnum Aureum Neon Pothos’

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Epipremnum Aureum 'Neon', more commonly known as the Neon Pothos, is a popular and beginner-friendly houseplant that is loved for its vibrant, chartreuse-green leaves. While it prefers bright, indirect light, it can also thrive in lower light conditions, making it suitable for various indoor spaces. Neon Pothos can withstand occasional dryness and doesn’t demand a strict watering schedule - perfect for those who are beginners at owning plants.

A perfect, bright indoor plant for any space

 Neon Pothos are known for their ease of propagation. This means that beginners can experiment with creating new plants from cuttings. Neon Pothos are a fabulous plant to place in hanging baskets or as trailing plants on shelves as they create a visually appealing display. The striking neon-green colour of its leaves adds a sense of interest and brightness into any space. The aesthetic appeal makes it a popular choice for those who are looking to enhance the visual appeal of their home. Ultimately, Neon Pothos are a low-maintenance plant that has the ability to thrive in less than ideal conditions, making it an ideal companion for beginner plant lovers.

Monstera Siltepecana ‘Silver Monstera’


Monstera Siltepecana, more commonly known as the ‘Silver Monstera’ is a perfect choice for beginners in the plant world. The tropical vining plant is native Central and South America, and has become popular for its attractive, unique foliage and low maintenance.

 The Silver Monstera can adapt to various light conditions, making it suitable for different environments. Overwatering is a more common issue than underwatering for Silver Monstera, so its usually a good choice for beginners who are still practising their watering skills. Regularly dust your plant’s distinctive silver and green leaves to help it photosynthesize efficiently. Silver Monstera has a compact growth habit, making it suitable for smaller spaces and easier to manage for beginners. This plant adds a touch of tropical elegance to any space.

To conclude these beginner friendly plants

Overall, there are a lot of indoor plants that are perfect for beginner plant lovers. The Swiss Cheese, Neon Pothos, and Silver Monstera are just 3 popular plants available on our website under our ‘Perfect Beginner Plants’ collection. Within this collection you can find the perfect plants that are easy to take care of and will look beautiful in every home.

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