If you want to begin an assortment of house plants and are not yet well equipped with the ability to grow plants, then some plants are comparatively better than  others. It is therefore important to note that houseplants suited for the beginners are ones that can endure irregular water rationing, unsuitable or inadequate lighting, and temperature changes. They can find themselves in dorms, offices, and occasionally even dark alleys.

1. Bromeliads

There are many plant species in the world, but among them, bromeliads have an unjustified bad reputation, most probably due to the fact that it is not easy to twist them into flowering. It is somewhat challenging to make these jungle plants bloom in the house, as it is said above. They need constant heat and moisture, plus plenty of water and indirect sunlight with no direct rays of the sun. However, many species have beautiful leaves that can be attractive independently of the flowers, since the leaves are equally beautiful. Watering is typically done by filling the central cup with water. They require little fertilizer. When little pups grow at the base of the plant, they may be transplanted to add more to your collection.

2. Aloe Vera

Like most succulents, aloe is quite drought resistant, which means that if it is planted in an area that has less rainfall, it will not require as much watering as other plants. It does not need to be watered like a typical plant so it will not die if you forget to water it. And once you do water, its long, narrow, sword-like leaves should stand erect again and the soil should be moist once again. Aloe Vera also does not require much in the way of feeding or fertilizing, it is a plant that is extremely easy to grow. But you must ensure that you put it near a window that receives bright, filtered sunshine. And make sure that the container itself as well as the soil it is in provides adequate drainage.

3. Prayer Plant

The prayer plant has an interesting feature; during the day its leaves are flat but when the night comes, they fold at the middle like one is praying. This plant is used primarily for its foliage and can be developed with a three-coloured leaf. Feed your plant indirect light, properly-draining soil, and moderate water, and your plant should grow happily.

4. Swiss Cheese Plant

Some individuals believe that there is no way they can cultivate Monstera deliciosa, also called the Swiss Cheese Plant unless they are experienced plant parents or gardeners. But that could not be further from the actual truth. The Swiss Cheese Plant is a climber that is well adapted to bright conditions and is considered easy to grow by a majority of growers.

It is introduced as a plant that is best grown inside but not near a window and therefore requires light but not necessarily direct sunlight. Maintain the well draining soil slightly moist and water only when the plants appear to be in need, about once in two weeks or when the first two inches of the soil surface dries. Monstera is incredibly fond of humidity and it will never say no to misting.

If the ariel roots are not the kind of roots that you would like in your garden, you can always cut them, it will not harm your plants. Another way to support the Monstera plant is by using bamboo canes or a moss pole when the plant is growing larger in size. Some people are unaware that the Monstera is a vine – it requires support so that it can cling to.

Monstera deliciosa is also available at Eureka farms! It could even grow as high as 3 meters in the past years that have passed. it is one of the most recommended houseplants for those who are new to the world of plant care and those who are looking for a faithful companion that will accompany them during their studies.

5. Areca lutescens

One of the most beautiful palms that have become a favorite among the people is the Areca Palm, which prefers bright conditions that are as close to sunlight as possible. This is another spider-like plant, which also requires frequent watering and attention to the moisture level in the soil.

The Areca Palms are native to Madagascar and other names that it is known by include the Butterfly Palm. Its leaves grows upright and hence, adds more elegance to the home thereby making it a perfect addition to your home. Perfect for overly-lit hallway or livingroom, this stunning palm tree might need some shifting around.

This is a slow growing plant and requires minimal attention, just ensure you water it once in a while, say after every two weeks, to keep it cheerful. You shall not need to trim or transplant this plant in the near future; it is a slow-growing plant but has the potential to grow up to 10m tall!

6. Yucca

Our beginner plant is the Yucca elephantipes, which should be referred to as the Yucca Plant or Spineless Yucca Plant. Unlike most plants that thrive in conditions of bright indirect light, the Yucca plant needs straight up direct light kind of light! It should be placed near a window so that it could bask in sunlight all the time it is awake. They are characterized by the woody stem and starburst of green foliage, so that they do not look weak, but are as strong as they are beautiful, suitable for growing under the guidance of a beginner. It grows best in direct sunlight and in soils that are not soggy; in other words, it prefers desert-like conditions. However, this plant doesn’t seem to mind if the surrounding area of your home has become a little draughty; it grows best in temperatures of as low as 7 degrees Celsius. Zero pruning required, and the growth rate is slow, it is the plant that your indoor jungle must have.

7. Ficus Bonsai

Introduce Fiscus Bonsai, the serenity of Japanese plant into your home and office to achieve a balance. However, this plant needs to be pruned in order to maintain its form and must be careful not to water it too much. All it takes is careful attention that will assist in grounding your soul as it is well known as one of the best plants to begin with in bonsai. Grown with ‘s’ shaped trunk, having dark green, oval, waxy leaves, these plants require high humidity to start developing their roots.

8. Silver Pothos

The silver pothos plant with heart-shaped silver-colored leaves is a great pick for beginners as it requires minimal care due to its ability to adapt to a wide range of lighting conditions and is low in maintenance due to its variegation. A perennial, evergreen vine with fragrant flowers, this plant is quite sensitive to root rot and should be planted in well-draining soil. This trailing growth makes it a choice for hanging baskets. A great addition to your plant family, this plant has light greyish-blue speckled leaves which are quite resilient.

9. Fiddle Leaf Fig

The fiddle-leaf fig, a tree that is loved by many people and is mostly grown indoors, has large and broad leaves. We’ll tell you they cost a pretty penny, but they are great statements in home and will last for many a year if treated right, won’t they? It thrives when placed directly under sunlight but can also grow well under artificial indirect light.

10. Chinese Evergreen

Another name for Chinese Evergreen is Aglaonema. It is suitable for the home if you pay much attention to the growing requirements of the plant. It will only require watering after every 5 to 10 days and low to bright indirect sunlight to maintain the plant in its optimal condition. There are varieties with green leaves of different sizes with a striking stripes color from silver to red.

11. ZZ Plant

Known scientifically as Zamioculcas zamiifolia, this plant hails from the regions of East Africa. Called "the king of the indestructible plants," the species tolerate the dangerous trifecta of plant-killers: low light, extremely low humidity levels, and drought-like conditions. All you need to do is water it once in two to three weeks, depending if the flower is placed in a place that is exposed to sunlight.