10 plants you can't kill image 6. Agapanthus Aggies are hardy and easily grown, (so much so that in some areas they have been designated weed status but sterile cultivars now exist). They tolerate drought and poor soil, but will perform best with an occasional water and feed.
Clivia. Fire lilies will tolerate only the lightest of frost, but otherwise they are easily grown. These plants make superb greenhouse container specimens, and can be enjoyed as indoor pot plants in cooler climates. Outdoors they will do best if grown in fertile well-drained soil in a position that provides dappled shade. Water well during the warmer months and allow to dry off for winter. They are usually propagated by division. .