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Low maintenance indoor plants

If you are in need of interior design solutions that feature live indoor plants, then Ambius has the solution for you. Of course, you may be thinking that you would love to have all of the benefits of live indoor plants in your space, but could do without the needed plant maintenance and care. 

Ambius consultants can help you find low maintenance indoor plants that will thrive in your unique interior environment, even if space in your property is at a premium. 

Ambius provides plant rentals as well as maintenance services where our colleagues actually take care of the plants for you. Take a look at our plant rental packages and find out which package suits your interior plant design needs. 

Ambius Customer Service Specialist take great care in maintaining the health of your indoor plants. With regular maintenance appointments, our consultants take the time to familiarize themselves with your workspace and the plants that inhabit it.

Easy care for indoor plant species

There are plenty of different types of indoor office plants that work well in low light situations, require less watering than other plants and generally have lower maintenance needs. Some examples include: 

Dracaena - a popular indoor plant with long green leaves and colorful stripes down the middle. Dracaenas are low light plants that can go a few days between watering. 

Philodendron - heart-shaped leaves are the typical designation of a Philodendron and they have been a popular choice for indoor design needs. Philodendrons are quite adaptable to low-light situations. 

ZZ Plant - one of the more popular indoor plants around and sometimes called “an eternity plant” because it can thrive for long periods of time without water in low light environments. 

Pothos - a plant with colorful and vibrant leaves that doesn't require much in the way of light. It is a type of evergreen vine and it comes in a wide variety of colors and styles for any space. Their leaves are generally heart-shaped.

Low maintenance indoor plant care

Looking to care for your plants yourself? You can take a look at our top 10 plant care tips to find out how you can tend to your indoor plants in between maintenance appointments. If you have questions or concerns regarding your indoor plant installations, give your consultant a call or ask the plant doctor using our online form. 

One of our Ambius experts will be able to help you determine what types of low maintenance indoor plants might be best for your needs. Call us at 800-581-9946 or contact us online to have your questions answered by a live Ambius representative.