8 Popular Indoor Houseplants 

Houseplants can make a home feel fresh and full of life. They are visually appealing with the greens and other colours too. Let us share with you 8 popular indoor houseplants that you can try to spice up your home!

1. Monstera Deliciosa are famous for their natural leaf-holes, and that explains its nickname, Swiss Cheese Plant. Their big leaves make them very eye catching as a houseplant. 

General Care: Thrives in bright to medium indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun. Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Normal room humidity will do, but prefers humid conditions if possible.

Recommended locations: Living room, Bedroom, Bathroom.

2. Fiddle Leaf Fig is a popular indoor houseplants with very large, heavily veined, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright. 

General Care: Thrives in bright filtered light but not direct sunlight. You just need to water once a week, and keep them in the warm and loving consistent temperature it likes

.Recommended locations: Living room, dining room, bedroom and balcony. As they can grow to a good height, these spieces is great to decorate a high ceiling area. 

3. Birds Of Paradise are considered as easy maintainence plants that are large, with broad arching leaves which can instantly enhance the space with its luxious look. With proper care, they can grow to over six feet tall, even indoors. 

General Care: Thrives in bright direct to bright indirect light. Can take full sun. Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Normal room humidity will do, but prefers humid conditions if possible.

Recommended locations: Living room, balcony. As their leaves can spread wide, you can consider to place them near windows for them to freely grow.

4. Snake Plants are tropical plants that are also succulents that are characterized by its upright swordlike leaves with vibrant yellow edges. They are by far one of the easiest indoor houseplants to care for. In fact, snake plant care is really a matter of under-caring— all you need to do is leave it alone. Some people call them bedroom plants because it oxygenates at night instead of during the day, improving air quality when you sleeps.  

General care: Thrives in medium to bright light. Water every 2 to 3 weeks and keep temperature and environment as stable as possible. 

Recommended locations: Office, living room, bedroom, dining room.

5. Succulents are plants with fleshy, thickened leaves (or swollen stems) that store water. They can easily adapt to dry enviornments with full sun and no shelter which require minimal care and maintainence, making them excellent starter plants. Succulent family have many different species and they are great as both indoor and outdoor houseplants.

General care: Thrives in bright direct light, but can tolerate bright indirect light. You can water these plants every 2-3 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings.

Recommendation locations: Living room, bedroom, study room

6. Areca Palm is one of the most widely used palms in interiors, they can help to brighten the house with their feathery, arching fronds. They can also tolerate trimming without serious harm so you can easily tailor it to your home design and space.

General Care: They need bright, indirect light from a south- or west-facing window. The leaves turn yellowish-green in direct sunlight. Sensitive to overwatering, do let the soil dry out slightly between waterings, just keeping the soil lightly moist.

Recommended locations: Living room, bedroom, study room, dining room.

7. Rubber Plants are tree-like plants which have leaves that are shiny and waxy and they are very popular as houseplants as they can compliment any home decor theme. They can grow to impressive heights within a few years, especially if you put the plants outside during the summer.

General Care: Rubber plants like bright light and a lot of it, but not direct sunlight. A sunny spot shielded by a sheer curtain is often perfect for rubber plants. These plants require more water during their growing season in the summer. The soil should be kept moist, but not drowning. To better help in absorbing sunlight and also keeping these big leaves grossy , you should also wipe the leaves with a damp cloth. Alternatively, you can mist over them.

Recommended locations: Living room, bedroom, study room

8. Eucalyptus is commonly found in essential oils or known as Australia’s koala’s favourite food, these plant has a distinct fragrance similar to methanol and is popular herb for cold remedies. This plant can grow into trees of towering heights but is not only limited to outdoors, you can always grow them in a pot indoor.

General Care: Eucalyptus, potted or not, require full sun to thrive. Place your eucalyptus houseplants on the patio in a sunny, sheltered location where it is easy for you to water it.

Recommended locations: Livingroom, bedroom, study room, dining room.

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