11 Best Large Indoor Plants You Must Have in Your Home

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Transform your home into a paradise with these large indoor plants. Plus, tips for keeping them alive and happy!

Interested to grow your knowledge about indoor gardening? Well, we’re here to help. Adding plants in your home doesn’t just brighten your place, it makes you feel good mentally and physically, too. Studies have shown that indoor plants can improve mood, increase productivity, concentration, and creativity. It can also reduce stress, exhaustion, and colds. Plants like aloe vera or snake plant can help clean indoor air by removing toxins, increasing humidity, and providing oxygen. Plus, large indoor plants brighten your home. No wonder a lot of people are turning their homes into jungalows with different Instagram-worthy plants or air-purifying plants.

And while there are still a lot of people worry about keeping their plants alive, it’s actually kinda easy. Plants only need regular watering or light to keep them happy and healthy.

So, if you’re ready to up your indoor gardening game, then we have the perfect list of large indoor plants you should definitely have in your home.

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Fiddle Leaf Fig

One of the most popular large indoor plants, the Fiddle Leaf Fig. It has shiny, broad, fiddle-shaped leaves that make it on the list of “it” plants. Plus, interior stylists love fiddle leaf fig because it goes well in any room. To keep this houseplant alive, put it near a sunny, east-facing window where it can take in lots of bright, indirect light and only water when the soil is dry. Don’t forget to dust its big leaves occasionally to keep its gorgeous look.

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Rubber Tree

Rubber Tree, also known as Ficus Elastica, has a large green, bronze, or bright glossy leaves, and it can grow big. It’s also an air-purifying plant and low maintenance, which makes it suitable for newbies. It likes moderate to bright, indirect light, and you can water it once a week. Since it’s a large indoor plant, it requires some light pruning.

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Bird of Paradise

Bright, lush, unique, and tropical. These are the perfect words to describe Bird of Paradise, one of the best large indoor plants. It needs very bright sunlight and requires a regular watering schedule. With proper care, this houseplant may reward you with one of its beautiful blooms.

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Swiss Cheese Plant

Swiss Cheese Plant, also known as Monstera, is a popular indoor tropical plant for its unique and pretty leaves. This plant is recommended for plant parents with extra space at home because it can grow nice and big. It grows well in bright, indirect light and only water when the top layer of the soil is dry. Don’t forget to keep those gorgeous leaves dust-free, and mist it with water once a week to make your plant feel at home.

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Yucca

Yucca or Yucca Elephantipes is a popular indoor desert plant that doesn’t need constant attention. Just don’t forget to water it now and again. Since it’s a desert plant, it requires LOTS of light, so place it somewhere where it can get tons of sunlight.

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Weeping Fig

Weeping Fig also knows as Ficus Benjamina, is one of the most popular large indoor plants because of its graceful, slightly arching branches. This air-purifying plant can grow from two to 10 feet tall, and it prefers bright, indirect light, and it requires regular watering. It’s also recommended to mist the leaves in warmer weather to keep it healthy and alive.

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Umbrella Tree

Umbrella Tree or Schefflera is a beautiful indoor houseplant with glossy leaves that can grow into an attractive indoor tree. Its leaves look like an umbrella, therefore, it’s called Umbrella Tree. It’s an easy to care plant that prefers bright, indirect light. Make sure to rotate it frequently to ensure even growth.

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Heartleaf Philodendron

OK, you might be wondering why this houseplant is part of the large indoor plants’ list when it doesn’t look like one. Give it some time, and you will be surprised by how those tendrils can get some pretty good length on them. Heartleaf Philodendron, also known as Sweetheart Vine, is perfect on top of bookshelves or as hanging plants. It’s an ideal plant for newbies, busy plant parents, and forgetful owners because it can tolerate all kinds of neglect. However, to keep this houseplant healthy, it’s best to put it somewhere it can get bright, indirect light and water it once a week or the top of the soil is dry.

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Money Tree

Money Tree, or also known as Good Luck Tree, is a perfect indoor plant. It has a gorgeous and unique braided stem. Plus, it looks like a mix of a tree and palm because of its bright green palm leaves. This houseplant is popular in feng shui because it brings positive energy and good luck to the owner. It can also reduce stress, anxiety, and sleeping disorders. Money Tree prefers medium to bright indirect light and water it at least once a week.

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Chinese Fan Palm

Chinese Fan Palm or Fountain Palm is a pet-friendly indoor plant that can grow 6-7 feet tall. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and only water it when you see its soil has dried out or at least once a week. It’s also suggested to mist it now and again since it likes humidity. Don’t forget to rotate it occasionally to ensure even growth.

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Majesty Palm

Last but not the least on our large indoor plants’ list is the Majesty Palm. If you want to achieve a lush jungle vibe in your home, then this is the perfect houseplant for you because it can grow 15-20 feet tall. It’s safe for pets, too. This indoor plant prefers bright, indirect light and needs to be watered 1-2 times per week.

That’s it, folks! We hope that these large indoor plants will add some oomph to your home and help improve your health. For more tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy, you can visit our Plant Care page. Happy plant parenting!

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