You literally would have to cut this thing into a million pieces and laugh in it's face to kill this guy. This is hands-down the easiest houseplant to own, it's basically a fake plant. Its bulbs hold quite a bit of moisture, meaning it holds more water than a typical houseplant. Don't go crazy with watering! Make sure you are using a well-draining soil and keep it about 6 to 7ft away from a window, it does not like direct sunlight.
You are a green-thumber that does not back down from a challenge! Meet the monstera, Instagram's favorite photogenic houseplant. This houseplant will be a striking focal point in your home and it can grow as big or as wide as you want it to (the size of your pot will dictate that). This is another plant that only requires watering at a very low level. Make sure you have a pot that drains, it does not like having its plant toesies wet!
You are halfway in between a black-thumber and a green-thumber, so naturally the rubber tree/plant is a perfect mix of sensitive and needy. The rubber plant is tropical so it needs to be in a home that is quite warm, keep it away from drafty windows! As for sunlight, it needs a lot, it is tropical after all.
Who doesn't like a cactus? Cacti and succulents are native to the desert obviously, therefore, they will grow best in lots of light, good drainage and high temperatures. If you only have a small bright window sill, these dudes will thrive, they're perfect for a small apartment or house. As for watering, cacti still need watered! Try filtered water rather that tap though, chemicals found in our tap water can disrupt the plant from getting its nutrients.
This plant is perfect if you're the person who can keep a plant alive but sometimes you get busy forget about them. (It happens!) You can neglect it for a little bit but it definitely will tell you when it's been too long, it's a good mix of care and "I do what I want". Since space is an issue, go vertical by hanging the pothos from the ceiling. Their legs can grow fast and long so they're the perfect dangly houseplant.