These are my most favourite of all indoor plants, and I have had many gorgeous fiddle leaf trees at my front door for years. The dark green leaves have a lovely, rubbery texture, and they can grow quickly and reach the ceiling in no time at all. This plant loves bright, indirect light, so place yours near a window and allow soil to dry in between watering. If you have animals at home, be aware that these can be poisonous to pets. (see pic above. Photo Credit: www.laurenconrad.com)
Succulents are a very “trendy” plant right now and it’s no mystery why they come in a rainbow of greens, purples, yellows and blues, and they are nearly impossible to kill. They don’t need much water, so allow the soil to be dry most of the time and place them somewhere they will get plenty of sunshine.
Cacti, like succulents, are also very popular right now. They give off instantly cool California vibes when they’re added to modern, minimalist interior. They do best planted in pots that allow for a lot of drainage. You don’t need to water cacti often. Give them a little drink when the top 1 cm of the soil or moss is dry.
4. Devils Ivy
The cascading greenery of the Devils ivy is the perfect, subtle touch of nature for your home. And, it’s one of the most air-purifying indoor plants. It’s also a great hostess gift when presented in a pretty basket or vase. Devils ivy is also easy to care for in your home. They do best in cooler temperatures, and with moist soil.
5. Mother in Law Tongue
The Mother In law Tongue can have a very cool, modern look in a house. The variegated leaves grow upright and can have yellow or white edges. You can grow these guys in pretty much any lighting condition; just be sure to keep the soil pretty dry most of the time.