10 Hardy Indoor Plants That Don't Need (Much) Water

Snake Plant (Sansevieria): Snake plants are very low maintenance and can thrive with minimal water. They prefer to dry out between waterings.

ZZ Plant: ZZ plants are drought-tolerant and can go for long periods without water. They prefer to dry out completely between waterings.

Pothos: Pothos plants are adaptable and can thrive in various light conditions. They prefer to dry out between waterings.

Spider Plant: Spider plants are resilient and can tolerate occasional dryness. They prefer evenly moist soil but can recover from slight neglect.

Cast Iron Plant: Cast iron plants are extremely hardy and can survive with infrequent watering. They prefer to dry out slightly between waterings.

Succulents: Various succulent species, such as Echeveria, Jade plants, and Aloe Vera, are drought-tolerant and require minimal watering, especially in well-draining soil.

Chinese Evergreen: Chinese evergreens are low maintenance and can tolerate low light and dry conditions. They prefer to dry out between waterings.

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum): Peace lilies are adaptable and can recover well from underwatering. They prefer consistently moist soil but can tolerate occasional drying out.

Philodendron: Philodendrons, like the heartleaf philodendron, are easy to care for and can tolerate irregular watering.

Cactus: Cacti are well-known for their ability to store water, making them extremely drought-tolerant. They require infrequent watering and well-draining soil.