Have you been staring at the empty corner in your house for the past few weeks? It’s been happening to us too. The good news is, there’re so many great houseplants to fill that void! We’ve composed a list of the ones we think pack the most punch for those spaces. Take a look, and send us your houseplant pictures that make an impact!
Fiddle Leaf Fig
This super trendy houseplant is the perfect addition to any style of home. The Fiddle Leaf Fig can be picky, but don’t be afraid to bring one home – as long as you provide the right environment, this plant will reward you with large foliage and great height! The Fiddle Leaf Fig prefers very bright, indirect light and warm temperatures. Let dry between waterings and fertilize once a month with a calcium-rich fertilizer like the Bloom Booster. Pictured with the Braided Seagrass Basket.
Bird of Paradise
The Bird of Paradise is a classic, beautiful plant that adds a splash of greenery to any space without looking too wild. Although this plant will continue to grow new leaves, it can go years without ever needing to be repotted into a larger container. The Bird of Paradise prefers bright light but can adjust to medium light as well. Let dry between waterings and fertilize once a month with Indoor Houseplant Food. Pictured with the Natural Grass Basket.
Split Leaf Philodendron
The Split Leaf Philodendron is a great, easy houseplant that can also thrive on your porch or patio (temperatures above 40 degrees). This is an excellent option if you need something low to the ground, as it won’t get much taller, only fuller. Add a stand to your pot or basket to give it some added height if you’d prefer that too! The Split Leaf Philodendron prefers medium light and to dry out between waterings. Pictured with the Bamboo Footed Basket.
Monstera Swisscheese Plant
The Monstera Swisscheese Plant is a fan favorite for a reason – it’s easy to care for and grows quickly. This plant climbs trees in nature, so it can be trained to climb a trellis if you want height, or leave its vines down if you need something bushier. The Monstera Deliciosa likes to dry out between waterings and prefers medium to bright indirect light. Pictured with the Antique Brass Planter.
Dracaena Hawaiian Sunshine
The Dracaena Hawaiian Sunshine is ideal for a corner or another narrow space (although it would look great anywhere!). It’s new leaves grow from the top of the plant, so it will only get taller, not much wider. It tolerates low to medium light and prefers to dry out between waterings. Pictured with the Braided Seagrass Basket.
With big glossy green leaves, the Schefflera plant offers a relaxed look. It prefers moderate to bright indirect light and likes to go dry between waterings, so be sure to not overwater! It’s a nice bushy plant great for a large corner or big space. Pictured with the Natural Grass Basket.
Whether you are going for a beachy or boho vibe, the Bamboo Palm will complement any space. This plant provides both height and fullness and prefers medium light. Not to mention, it’s a nice and hardy plant great for beginners! Pictured with the Abaca Basket.
This classic houseplant is another great option for height in a narrow space especially if you prefer a no fuss, modern look. Snake plants are perfect for beginners or neglectful plant parents because they only require watering once a month and will survive in nearly any light condition. Bonus – this plant is an air purifier! Pictured with the Zuzu Basket.
If you’re looking for a plant with structure and lines, this is it! The Yucca is a unique plant ideal for the brightest spot in your home. It’s sun loving, hardy and easy to care for as it only requires watering every 1-2 months. Yes, you read that right! A great plant for beginners! Pictured in the Braided Seagrass Basket.
A graceful plant, the Natal Mahogany has glossy green leaves that tend to droop giving it a very relaxed vibe. It doesn’t want to dry out, so make sure you’re prepared to give it some water love every few days. It prefers low to medium light and will grow bushy and tall. Pictured with the Zuzu Basket.