No gardening skills required for these household plants. Here are 5 plants you can’t kill even if you try!

1. Aloe Vera

Not only is aloe vera super easy to keep alive but it helps keep the air in your home clean through many healing properties. Similar to succulents, aloe vera is considered a low-maintenance plant that requires little water to survive. Place this household plant in a sunny spot in your home and you’ll be set up for success.

Aloe Vera Plants Photo Credit: Luke Jones (Flickr).

Photo Credit: Luke Jones (Flickr).

2. Pothos

If you’re looking for affordability and ease of maintenance, then pothos are a great choice for your home. Pothos grow very quickly and could be quite possibly the easiest plant to grow in the world. For expert advice and tips on caring for your pothos click here.

Pothos Indoor Plant Photo Credit: FeelPic (iStock).

Photo Credit: FeelPic (iStock).

3. Peace Lilies

No green thumb is required for this household plant! When it comes to survival, Peace lilies are total experts. Don’t let their beauty fool you, these household plants require little attention in order to thrive. A good rule of thumb to follow is to give your peace lilies water when leaves start to drop.

Peace Lily Photo Credit: Audrey (Flickr).

Photo Credit: Audrey (Flickr).

4. Snake Plant

Snake plants are easily recognized by their distinct yellow outline on leaves and are commonly referred to as “Mother-in-Law’s Tongue. These household plants are extremely low maintenance and almost impossible to kill. If you plan on going out of town for a few days and you can expect to return home with sturdy and good looking snake plants.

Snake Plant Photo Credit: Michael Coghlan (Flickr).

Photo Credit: Michael Coghlan (Flickr).

5. Calathea

Calathea species like prayer or zebra plants are the definition of low-maintenance. These hardy plants are great for bringing indoors and are seriously super-hard to kill. You can go on vacation without ever having to worry about taking care of your plants while you’re gone.

Calathea Photo Credit: Makuahine Pa'i Ki'l (Flickr).

Photo Credit: Makuahine Pa’i Ki’l (Flickr).

6. Air Plants

Air plants are one of the easiest plants to grow inside the home. No soil is required and you can place in a small clear dish. Spray lightly with a water bottle twice a week and watch them thrive!

Air Plants Photo Credit: Eugene Kim (Flickr).

Photo Credit: Eugene Kim (Flickr).

These household plants are perfect for those who are looking for easy-to-care for plants or just starting to explore the world of gardening.