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20 Most Beautiful Houseplants You Need To Know About

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If you want to perk up your home with some pops of living green color, then you’ll love this list of 20 Most Beautiful Houseplants. You might know about some or have never heard about them at all; either way, they are the perfect way to bring life and color into your home decor. 

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Filling your home with beautiful houseplants is the perfect way to make any dull room and affordably make it look glam and add pops of color too. Not only can you decorate with these beautiful houseplants but the pots too!

Also, adding some personal touch to your small pot, such as custom die-cut stickers, might make your pot more creative and more personal. You can customize it with pictures of plants, names, and other elements you like. If you are a florist, adding your own logo to the pot is also a good option. So, whether as a decoration or to promote your own brand, custom die-cut stickers are a great idea!

If you don’t know about some of these houseplants, then you’ll be pleased to see just how beautiful they are! Click here to learn more about your personality traits and how to choose a houseplant based on your zodiac sign!

If you love houseplants as much as I do, you’ll appreciate these wonderful suggestions for your home too. And if you require a garden and tree maintenance expert in Austin, be sure and check them out. It’s even more important to maintain your property for broken tree branches and debris during the winter.

1 – Ficus Lyrata – ‘Fiddle Leaf Fig’ Tree Houseplant

This exotic version of a Fiddle Leaf Fee Tree has stunning dark green foliage. Typically, they feature them as houseplants and are lovely for perking up your home decor. But, more so, you can use them in a variety of outdoor settings as well.

It’s so easy to take care of because they are artificial and simply stunning too. This tree provides an explosion of leaves with beautiful coloration.

2 – Red Valentine Chinese Evergreen Plant

This beautiful Aglaonema Chinese Evergreen houseplant requires low maintenance, and you only have to water it when the soil starts to get dry. It’s an easy-to-grow houseplant and grows in dim light conditions, too, which makes it perfect for your home, office, apartment, or dorm room!

3 – Pilea Peperomioides

This beautiful Pilea Peperomioides houseplant is known for the beautiful silver strips that cast-off aluminum’s color. One of the most desirable houseplants, the Pilea peperomioides is an easy-care and beautiful plant. Furthermore, the Pileas are well-rooted and would be ready to repot into a larger 4″ pot.

In addition, this beautiful flowering perennial comes from the nettle family (Urticaceae). And is native to southern China. It grows naturally along the base of the Himalayan mountains. More so, this plant has many different common names. And often referred to as the Chinese money plant, coin plant, pancake plant, and UFO plant.

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4 – Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

Rising high and finishing in an explosion of leaves, this 72″ Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is the perfect way to bring the forest indoors without worrying about sunlight or watering.

It’s an impressive offering, standing six feet tall, and is ideal for a home library, den, man-cave, or (of course) an office. Complete with 270 leaves, several trunks, and a planter pot, which also makes an ideal gift! It’s one of my personal favorites as well. 

5 – Calathea Medallion Peacock Plant

This Calathea Medallion Peacock Plant has dark green leaves with a feather-like white pattern outlining the light green centers, making a beautiful plant with striking contrast.

These oval-shaped leaves have deep, burgundy/purple-colored undersides. And they are very bold, decorative, and air-purifying houseplants! Calathea Medallion has beautiful, brightly colored, upright, oval leaves with deep burgundy undersides.

Plus, they are safe and non-toxic for pets! This beautiful houseplant is the perfect way to decorate any room in your home. 

6 – Fire Sticks Pencil Cactus

This unique-looking and beautiful Fire Sticks Pencil Cactus is infamous for its toxic milky sap. Of course, the bright red firey color makes this cactus very popular. However, take care when handling this plant. Because of its beauty, it’s a very popular and loved houseplant. As far as care, this Pencil Cactus needs medium to high light and doesn’t need water frequently. It also likes dry air. It’s perfect for any room and will a beautiful pop of green to any room decor. 

7 – Croton Petra

This beautiful, bold, and bodacious Croton Petra Plant is low maintenance for those of us looking for an easy plant to raise. What makes it stunning is the enchanting mix of yellow, amber, and orange colors. It also features linear markings on thick dark green foliage, which adds to its beauty!

Growing is easy and should be kept in a spot that gets bright indirect light most of the time. You only need to water it sporadically as well, which adds to its easy-growing appeal. 

8 – Silver Nerve Plant

Another beauty! This Silver Nerve Plant is the perfect addition to any home. The silvery veins running through this houseplant are the focal point! The large green leafy leaves are truly majestic as well.

This stunning beauty prefers bright or indirect light, making it perfect for really anyplace in your home or office. Another easy plant to raise, this Silver Nerve Plant likes evenly moist soil that’s not too wet or dry. 

9 – Prayer Plant

This stunning Prayer Plant has big, oval leaves that turn upward at night, adding to this houseplant’s undeniable beauty. The folding and unfolding of the leaves happen in a regular pattern.

Plant biologists call these daily cycles circadian rhythms. All you need to do is provide bright indirect light and keep it evenly moist.

10 – Bird’s Nest Fern

This simply stunning Bird’s Nest Fern is native to Southeast Asia and makes the perfect decorative plant because of its beautifully unique shaped leaves. This bird’s fern (Asplenium nidus) is easy to grow and mainly likes warmth and humidity.

It also requires bright indirect light and temperature around 70 degrees for growing bird’s nest fern indoors. It’s one of my personal favorites! 

12 – Adenium Obesum Red Desert Rose

The Adenium Obesum Red Desert Rose goes best in a warm climate or if you have a South or West facing window in your home. Even with the small growing needs, the Red Desert Rose is low maintenance and flowers heartily throughout the year in frost-free climates.

It’s simply stunning, and the red will bring that pop of color into your home better than any home decor items you can buy. 

13 – Fiber Optic Grass Plant

This Fiber Optic Grass Plant provides structure and texture to your garden, offering many shapes, heights, and colors. Most will “bloom’ with attractive seed fronds that move with the breeze.

This grass has slender green foliage; on the tips are buff-colored flowers. The flowers resemble the look of fiber optic lights hence the common name.

In addition, this is a plant that will do great near water or in moist soils. And this is a great grass for mixed containers, giving them movement and interest, especially since it tends to look weedy in the landscape. It can also be grown on a cool windowsill. This grass loves full sun to part sun and medium to high water requirements. 

Best of all, you can buy the seeds and grow them yourself!

14 – Ti Plant

This Ti Plant has stunning purple foliage with streaks of blazing pink! There’s no better way to add contrasting colors to your home decor than with this houseplant. This Ti plant looks smoking hot and gorgeous!

This plant can grow in your home for a year-round foliage spectacle. However, it is drought tolerant and requires high light requirements, indoor growing, it must be kept somewhere where it can absorb direct and indirect light both.

15 – Oxalis Indoor Or Outdoor Plant

This Oxalis Indoor Or Outdoor Plant is by far my most favorite beautiful houseplant! What a stunning addition to any room in your home. Think of how amazing the Oxalis would look in your garden too!

The Oxalis belongs to various edible, perennial plants described by its striking mauve leaves and pink or white blooms. It likes to grow in medium-to-bright light and performs better when grown in evenly moist soil.

16 –  Ponytail Palm

The Ponytail Palm is surely an exotic succulent plant and would make a fine addition to any decor. Typically, it’s a low-maintenance plant with low watering needs, which means easy care!

It also grows slowly, which means you don’t need to re-pot as often as other plants. Pair it up with this stunning Rondo Self Watering Planter featured in the image below, and you are ready to host a fab dinner party! 

17 – Schefflera (Umbrella Tree)

This beautiful Schefflera (Umbrella Tree) is great indoors and outdoors! It grows to 8 feet or more in height. You can use it as an accent, backdrop, privacy, camouflage any area of your home with its big leafy branches. 

Schefflera arboricola, commonly called umbrella plant or dwarf Schefflera, is an evergreen shrub or small tree that grows to 10-25′ tall in tropical climates. It is native to Taiwan. However, in the wild, it sometimes grows on other trees as an epiphyte.

Each leaf has 7-9 oblong to elliptic leaflets (4-6″ long) arranged in a circle on leaf stalks to 6″ long. It blooms tiny red flowers in compound panicles bloom in summer.

18 – African Violets

The most popular blooming plant in the world is the beautiful African Violet plant. And for a good reason, they bloom continuously, twelve months a year. Plus, they are easy to grow; a filtered light window with warm temperatures is all you need. Finally, keep evenly moist, not wet dry—a stunning addition to any home decor. 

Live African Violet plant

19 – String of Pearls Succulent Plant 

This String of Pearls Succulent Plant is a trailing succulent that can grow several feet and spill over the edge of their planter to create a beautiful texture and look to your arrangements.

It’s an easy-care succulent plant, too, which is great for the on-the-go person. Trailing downward, it looks stunning in hanging baskets. In addition, it is drought tolerant, so you don’t need to water frequently. 

20 – Peace Lily

This large flowering Peace Lily is one of the best plant gifts you can give Mom or anyone. The Peace Lily is low maintenance as well as an air-cleaning houseplant.

This plant displays a beautiful, spoon-shaped white spathe amidst a spike of white flowers. It thrives best in a shady environment and can flourish in low-level lighting too. 

We know you will be able to enjoy these beautiful houseplants in your home and allow them to fill your rooms with color, life, and beauty!

If you are shopping for plants that will bring you inner peace and add a sense of calm to your home, be sure and read 5 Decorative Indoor Houseplants You Need For Inner Peace.

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  1. Ooooo so many new plants to try and find for our home. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a purple variety of the Oxalis. We have loads of the vibrant green ones in the garden. I’m going to bring a few inside and see how they do. I love adding them to salads for the sour crunch.

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