The ZZ plant is characterized by its thick, waxy leaves which help it become tolerable to drier conditions (reduces the rate of transpiration) in the home during the winter months when the heat kicks on.
The snake plant is my go-to recommendation for those looking for a winter-friendly houseplant.
This plant is one of the most popular types of houseplants, and for good reason: They're fast-growing, hardy, and easy to care for
It's endemic to a warmer climate, but its ability to withstand chillier temperatures, low-light settings, and dry air also makes it a winter-friendly plant
This houseplant offers several advantages for cold weather as well as being a delightful toy for your cat thanks to its wispy, ponytail-like leaves.
succulents have thick leaves that help them conserve moisture and survive in dry conditions, making them well-suited for indoor life during cold weather
These plants are very easy to care for indoors and don't require much sunlight or water, making them ideal companions during the winter months