You don't have to be a botanist to know that indoor flora can transform most living spaces from drab to fab in a matter of seconds. But did you know that you don't have to have a green thumb to be an accomplished indoor gardener? We've compiled a list of 10 easy house plants you can grow that are perfect for those seeking durable, low-maintenance greenery that will enhance your home decor.

1. Fiddle Leaf Fig

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Chances have it that you've more than likely seen the trendy Fiddle Leaf Fig, dominating Instagram as the "it," houseplant cozied up in the corner of a living room in a stylish pot. This hardy tropical statement plant has large violin-shaped leaves on a tree that could grow upwards of six feet or more. The Fiddle Leaf Fig does exceptionally well in humid conditions. But nevertheless, the Fiddle Leaf Fig, is robust and can withstand less than perfect conditions for the right owner.

2. Spider Plants

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Spider plants are every brown thumbed gardener's dream, for their reputation for being impossible to kill. While these hardy plants don't need too much attention from their plant owners, they will need some as the leading cause of death for spider plants is too much water. Too much water could be a result of waterlogging from improper drainage.

Due to their long, grass-like cascading leaves, spider plants love to be housed in hanging pots but make sure that there are drainage holes.

3. Succulents


There are many popular succulents; however, they do belong to over 25 plant families, making them incredibly diverse as they come in varied colors, shapes, and sizes. With succulents currently trending in home decor, many are in search to learn ways to beautify your home with succulents.

Being one of the best houseplants, it's no wonder there would be a succulent plant subscription. A Succulent Studios subscription box can provide you with all of your succulent needs, without ever setting foot in a nursery!

4. Hoya Plant


The Hoya plant, also pleasantly referred to as the wax plant, is known for its thick waxy vine-like leaves and small clusters of star-shaped flowers. This robust exotic indoor plant's lustrous appearance may make some assume that it's artificial.This easy to grow house plant is perfect for those looking for something truly unique.

5. Lucky Bamboo

lucky bamboo

Lucky bamboo is a fascinating easy to care for houseplant, that can be ultimately be grown in just water with the support of pebbles, rocks, or glass chips. However, the water should be replaced once a week. Lucky bamboo can also be grown in well-drained, rich potting soil for longer life.

Contrary to the name, Lucky Bamboo's green stalks are not bamboo; they only resemble bamboo. Lucky bamboo stems are actually Dracaena sanderiana. The number of stalks has a particular meaning on what the Lucky Bamboo plant will represent. For example, three stalks represent continued growth, birth, and family, while four stalks represent death and misfortune. Four should be a number of stems that should be avoided at all costs.

6. Monstera

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Latin meaning for "abnormal" the large evergreen tropical plant Monstera, is well known for its unique 2-foot-wide swiss cheese-like leaves and easy-to-care-for reputation. The Monstera will look stunningly beautiful in a large pot transforming your living space into a tropical paradise.

7. Spiderwort

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The Spiderwort or the Wandering Jew are splendid plants with unique features, such as the stripes of white, green, silver, and purple hues on the trailing vines that cascade from the base of the plant.

The unusual name "Wandering Jew" is derived from medieval folklore, a burdensome tale even for an undiscerning houseplant. A Jewish man cursed to wander the earth until the second coming of Christ for his tauntings as the savior made his way towards his crucifixion.

8. The Maidenhair Fern

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Although delicate sounding, the Maidenhair Fern is a robust long-living indoor plant with fan-shaped, lacy, bright green fronds. It thrives in humid environments with indirect sunlight, with consistently moist soil. If you're more of a hands-off indoor gardener, the Maidenhair Fern may not be for you, as this particular houseplant likes its water.

9. Snake Plant

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For those squeamish of snakes, you don't have to worry about this unusual vigorous plant; it won't slither away or hiss. The snake plant stands out for its strikingly upright stiff sword-like shaped leaves with sharp tips. Those with modern and contemporary home decor will prefer the snake plant's unusual structural qualities. The snake plant doesn't require too much water and isn't picky when it comes to sunlight, so it makes a wonderful choice for those looking to add some low-maintenance greenery to their space.

10. Coffee Plants

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The incredibly forgiving coffee plant is a trendy houseplant that also grows coffee beans! You won't be able to stock your home coffee bar with a healthy supply, but you will learn how a splendid cup of Joe is born, and we think that's very cool! Not only is the lovely tropical coffee plant an excellent conversation piece, but it also adds charming greenery to your home with its glossy green leaves. Coffee plants thrive in humid environments with medium indirect sunlight, with consistently moist soil.

Bring some life into your home decor with these 10 incredible house plants. Many of them make wonderful conversation pieces and are a great way to get into gardening or keep your green thumb sharp all year long.

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