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Feb 3, 2024

Houseplants that live the longest

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With the right care, Monstera can live for up to 50 years and boasts large, dramatic foliage in addition to a climbing growth habit.

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Rubber Tree

The rubber tree is a broadleaved evergreen shrub or tree that can reach heights of up to 100 feet in the wild. It can survive for 25 years as a houseplant.

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Snake Plant

This low-maintenance houseplant has a reputation for being difficult to kill. It can live for decades with proper care.

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Ponytail Palm

It has a delightfully long lifespan and, in favourable circumstances, can stay alive for up to 10 years.

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Jade Plant

The jade plant is an evergreen shrub that grows in tropical regions. Its oblong, fleshy leaves range in colour from dark green to yellow-green, with a 50–70 year lifespan.

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Grow begonias indoors as a houseplant to bring colour and vibrancy to your space. Begonias have a longer lifespan than 10 years.

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Chinese Evergreen

Chinese evergreen can live for 10 years or longer.

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Sago Palm

Grow the lovely sago palm, which has large fronds and a thick base, to have a small palm tree in your home.

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