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The Benefits of Incorporating Indoor Plants into Your Short-Term Rental Property (And Which Ones To Get!)

As a short-term rental owner, you want to provide your guests with a comfortable and welcoming environment.

One simple and cost-effective way to do this is by incorporating indoor plants into the property. Not only do indoor plants add a touch of greenery and beauty to your property, they also offer numerous benefits that can improve the overall experience of your guests.

Indoor plants can help purify the air, reduce stress, and increase happiness, but which plants are best to add to your property? Here are some of the best low maintenance plants to keep in a short-term rental property:

Spider Plant

These plants are easy to care for and can thrive in a variety of lighting conditions, making them an ideal choice for short-term rental properties.

Peace Lily

Not only do peace lilies look great, but they can also purify the air and require little sunlight. This makes them an ideal choice for guests who want to breathe fresh air during their stay.


Cacti are another great option. These succulents need very little water and can survive in bright or low light.

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Snake Plant

Snake plants can survive in low light and infrequent watering, and they are a very popular choice for indoor decoration.


These trailing plants are hardy and can thrive in low to bright light. Pothos plants add a touch of greenery and beauty to any room – even the bathroom.

Rubber Plant

Rubber plants can grow in low light and only need to be watered once a week. This makes them a great choice if you want to minimise your maintenance time.


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By incorporating low maintenance plants into your property, you can provide your guests with a comfortable and attractive space, while also minimizing your maintenance time. Consider incorporating some of these plants into your short-term rental property today to enhance the experience of your guests and improve the overall look and feel of your property.

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