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Great indoor plants that don't need good drainage

 Great indoor plants 

Most indoor plants need well-drained soil to grow and thrive, but there are some plants that grow well without needing drainage. If you don't have a green thumb or are tired of overwatering your plants and are looking for plants that can handle overwatering, we've got the best for you. For many plant lovers, caring for plants requires work, such as submerging or overwatering, what type of soil to use and when to repot a plant. While some people love the beauty and endless benefits of greenery in their homes, choosing and growing one of these plants is a great way to add greenery to your living space. You don't have to worry too much about the amount of water they are given as they are easy maintenance options and cannot be submerged under any circumstances.

1 Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana)

Lucky bamboo is considered a hydroponic plant and does not really need drainage. It can quickly be grown in your favorite vases or pots. Ideally, choose tall gardens that cover 1/2 or 1/3 of this plant's height.

2 Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes)

Water spinach grows well indoors and outdoors in containers, ponds, or water gardens. This plant does not require soil due to its free-floating roots. Use soft to moderately hard water for happy growth.

3 Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)

This water hyacinth does not require drainage, so it can grow in narrow-necked glass vases or pots in a water environment. Also, keep them in cool places that receive bright indirect light.

4 Cyperus Umbrella Plant (Cyperus alternifolius)

Native to the swamps of Madagascar, the Cypress umbrella plant is a riparian plant that thrives in swamps or with roots submerged in water.

5 Rough Horsetail (Equisetum Hyemale)

This rough horsetail belongs to the herbaceous vascular plant and is also known as scouring rush horsetail and rough horsetail. It can be found in streams and wetlands. It adapts to rich clay soils and does not require drainage to grow.

6 Houseplant cuttings

A wide variety of houseplants, including philodendrons, begonias, African violets, pothos, coleus, ivy, and pothos, grow well in a water-filled vase. This is because you never have to worry about drainage!

7 Water Lily (Nymphaea)

Water lily is one of the best beautiful plants displaying beautiful flowers that come in shades of orange, white, blue, pink, red, purple, and yellow. It grows happily in small aquariums or deep containers.


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