10 best green plants for indoor

10 best green plants for indoor

Happy New Year lovely readers! I’m back on my blog! It’s been busy for me and lots of opportunities for me as well. Guess what, I have turn all my energy into growing plants and I want to share with me.

In this blog post, I will give you tips on how to care for your plants as a new plant parent. Below are 10 indoors easy plants you need in your home.

Fiddle leaf Fig

Care level: Easy

Bright, indirect light is ideal. Only water this plant when the top inch of the soil is dry. Place it in a corner to create a dramatic focal point, as I did in my apartment. I have had several buyers for this plant.

Fiddle leaf fig

Bird of Paradise

Care level: Intermediate

Let this plant grow in a bright, sunny spot and it will definitely prosper, but it can handle lower light levels, too. Avoid overwatering this one, and you’ll need to fertilize it often in the spring and summer according to my friend who has at least three plants, or it will become stubborn like ex and refused to grow. otherwise, it’s fairly simple to handle.

Bird of Paradise
Bird of Paradise

Snake Plant

Care level: Easy

Indirect light is ideal for these plants, along with light waterings that take place only after the soil has fully dried. Place it in an elevated planter to add interest to an empty corner in your hall, as seen here in my living room. This is one of my favorite plants.

Snake plants
Snake plant located in my bathroom


Alocasia is plant really show plants option that features defined stems with one leaf on each stem, but has a lot of variations (some leaves have thick, white veins, while others look like sting rays!) They like to dry out between waterings, and require some misting, too. This plant almost dies the first week I bought it home. Thank God for TikTok I save it by watching a video.


Aloe Vera

Care level: Easy

Aloe loves the sun and only requires water once a week, allowing the soil to dry completely in between. Put your plant in a tall pot that keeps the leaves off the table. If you’re feeling extra creative, paint a rounded pot like a tho easy DIY project I did with my pot before adding the aloe like mine.

Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is placed in my kitchen


Care level: Easy

Love by many who visited and saw pictures of my plants. Care for the pothos with bright, indirect light, and moderate waterings (never allowing the soil to become water slogging with water) I’m going to make a charming sculpture terra cotta pot for this plant, which will raise more impact on these leafy plants for my visitor to admire.

Pothos visitor favorite

Jade Plant

Care level: Easy


These plants only require medium light for a few hours every day and watering every day after the soil has completely dried. To help the deep green leaves with red tips on this plant pop, put it in a pot that’s just as vibrant and striking. I’m using this dollar tree bucket for now.

Jada plant
Jada plants

Succulent are the cats of the plant world. They’re independent and generally happier being left alone to waste the day lazing away on a sun-drenched perch. They’re also right at home in any white, minimalist, latte-art-pouring coffee shop. There are endless varieties of succulents to match your style and all require little more than a spot in the sun.

How often to water: Probably a bad idea to stick your fingers in the soil of one of these. When you lift the plant and it’s feeling light, fill a bowl of water, plop the plant in, and let its roots drink for about half an hour. I think I have killed three from overwatering and please don’t be like me.


Chinese evergreen plant

This plant is extremely forgiving and can adapt to most room conditions, although it does not like drafts or prolonged temperatures below 60 F. It prefers low or indirect sunlight. Allow the soil to remain dry for a few days, before re-watering.

Monsters Deliciosa

You only need to water a monstera deliciosa every one to two weeks, letting the soil dry out between waterings, According to the plant mom blog. if your place doesn’t get direct sunlight—all it needs is a spot that receives bright to medium indirect light.

So love these plants

I hope I answer all your questions! Happy new year.