These plants will not only prettify your home, they are also easy to take care of!
Hanging plants are often the easiest to root in water alone. Simply submerge cuttings from a mature Wandering Jew plant in a jar of water, taking care to submerge only the stem and not the leaves, as the latter submerged in water will rot the cutting. Leave in an area with plenty of sunlight and watch it root in just a few weeks’ time.
Grown from bulbs, Paperwhites need nothing more than water – and perhaps some pebbles to anchor them in the vase – to grow into clusters of beautiful blooms. Take care to keep the water level just below the base of the bulbs, but no higher, to prevent rotting.
Simply leave a few stems in a container of water – the warmth of your kitchen in Singapore allows basil to thrive wonderfully. Once they’ve grown out, mature leaves are great sprinkled on homemade pizza or thrown into your omelette.
Take a few fresh stems and place it in a jar of water. Better yet, keep the plant outside until it grows fresh leaves before bringing it indoors. The lemony minty scent will fill your kitchen with a fresh fragrance!