The 10 Best Indoor Trees to Spruce Up Your Home

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From Calamansi to Yucca, these indoor trees will definitely bring greenery into your home!

Let’s admit it: There is no such thing as too many houseplants, especially when it comes to making a bold, dramatic, and gorgeous statementHouseplants add so much to our homes, like promoting a positive mood and purifying the air. While we love small houseplants, we can’t deny the beauty and uniqueness of lush indoor trees.

Yes, indoor trees are the right houseplants to fill that awkward corner of your home. When you are choosing indoor trees, consider their location, the natural light, and what fits your plant personality.

Calamansi Tree

Calamondin Orange, also known as Calamansi, Philippine lemon, or Philippine lime, is a dwarf orange variety that prefers direct sunlight for at least several hours every day. Calamansi tree produces small, very sour fruits, and fragrant white flowers that smell amazing.

Sunlight: Provide direct sunlight for at least 6 to 8 hours every day.

Water: Keep the soil moist but not wet. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Place your Calamansi tree on a wheeled pot tray for easy movement.

Dumb Cane

A lack of intelligence has absolutely nothing to do with the easy-to-care, lush, and vibrant indoor tree. Dumb Cane, also known as Dieffenbachia, is a recommended houseplant for beginners since it’s easy to care for and grow. A small variety of Dumb Cane plants can grow from 12 inches to 24 inches, while a tall variety can grow up to 6 feet tall.

Sunlight: Dumb Cane plant prefers bright, indirect sunlight or partial shade. However, it can tolerate full shade, which is why it is perfect as a houseplant.

Water: Keep the top inch of soil moist, but do not overwater your Dumb Cane plant. It can tolerate missed watering, but extended periods of watering neglect can make its leaves shrivel.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Your Dumb Cane plant loves being outside during the summer. They will flourish under the summer sun.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Even though it’s considered a fussy plant, the Fiddle Leaf Fig is still one of the best indoor trees. It’s not suitable for beginners, but if you think that you can keep this plant alive, then you can add it to your home. The Fiddle Leaf Fig hates change. It’s one of the reasons they lose their lively appearance. Pick a spot where it can get bright, indirect light.

Sunlight: To keep your Fiddle Leaf Fig alive and healthy, it’s best to put it near a sunny, east-facing window where it can take in lots of bright, indirect light.

Water: Water only when the soil is dry.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Clean your Fiddle Leaf Fig’s leaves with lukewarm water every week to keep them free of dust and to ensure that their giant leaves absorb and photosynthesize light efficiently.

Jade Plant

An extremely popular succulent houseplant that symbolizes fortune and good wealth. The Jade plant can actually live for years if provided with the right conditions and a little TLC. The Jade plant can grow up to 5 feet tall indoors, and it will produce attractive and mildly fragrant white flowers every winter season.

Sunlight: The Jade plant requires direct sunlight or full sun to grow for at least four hours every morning, or you can place your Jade plant in a room with south-facing windows for the whole day.

Water: Keep the soil moist, but don’t overwater it.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Your Jade plant is sensitive to overwatering, particularly during the winter. We advise that you mist your plant with a spray bottle instead of thoroughly watering it in the cold season.

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Money Tree

Similar to the Jade plant, the Money Tree is one of the most popular indoor trees because it brings good luck and financial success. Experts strongly advised that it should also be placed in the east or south area of your home to attract fame and health. An indoor Money Tree can reach a height of 3 to 6 feet.

Sunlight: It grows best under bright, indirect light.

Water: Water the plant when the top 2″ to 4″ of the soil is dry.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Money Trees need a lot of humidity to survive, so it’s best to mist them regularly.

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Parlor Palm

Nothing screams “tropical houseplant” quite like Parlor Palm. It’s the perfect plant to fill an empty corner. Plus, it can also grow in low-light spaces, it’s low maintenance, and tough to kill. Parlor Palm can grow from 6-8 feet indoors.

Sunlight: It prefers bright filtered light, but it can also thrive in low light areas.

Water: Water it 2-3 times per week, or when the top 1-2 inches of the soil is completely dry.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Mist your indoor Parlor Palm a few times a week to promote growth and prevent pest infestations.

Rubber Tree

The Rubber Tree is one of the easiest indoor trees to care for and grow, except for one thing: it doesn’t like change, so pick a bright spot for your Rubber Tree and let it do its thing. Rubber Trees can grow from 6 to 10 feet indoors.

Sunlight: Rubber Tree prefers bright, indirect light that isn’t too hot. It’s best to place it near a window with a sheer curtain so that it will receive the right amount of sunlight.

Water: Rubber Tree’s water needs vary according to season. During summer, keep the soil of your Rubber Tree moist, but do not overwater it. During winter, water your Rubber Tree when the top inch of the soil becomes dry.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Rubber Tree prefers moist and humid air due to its tropical origin. It’s best to mist its leaves to increase humidity, especially during summer.

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Umbrella Tree

The Umbrella Tree also bears the name octopus tree because its flowers look like the tentacles of an upside-down octopus. It’s popular for its glossy, long, oval green leaves that droop gracefully from a central stalk, resembling, of course, an umbrella. It can grow up to 6 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide indoors.

Sunlight: It can tolerate direct indoor light, but it grows well in bright, indirect light.

Water: Water thoroughly when the soil in the pot dries out. Be sure to empty the drainage saucer after watering.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Increase the humidity of your home to prevent pests like scale and spider mites.

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Weeping Fig

The classic Weeping Fig is one of the easiest indoor trees to care for. Plus, it’s more tolerant of low-light compared with other indoor trees.

Sunlight: It needs plenty of bright, indirect light.

Water: Water only when the top several inches of the soil is dry.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: Weeping Fig is toxic to cats and dogs. It can cause dermatitis from skin contact with the plant.

Yucca

With its sword-shaped leaves, Yucca is easy to care for and low maintenance, as well. Yucca is a succulent plant, and it’s the biggest succulent of all. It can grow up to 30 feet tall on its cane-like trunk.

Sunlight: Yucca Cane plant will do fine in bright, indirect sun. However, it prefers full sunlight to grow well.

Water: Water your Yucca Cane plant when the top 50% of the soil is dry. Maybe once every week.

Omysa Plant Care Tip: It’s best to place your Yucca Cane plant in a partially shaded area of bright, but indirect light for better leaf color.

So what are you waiting for? Turn your home into a chic jungalow with these lush indoor trees!

Help your houseplants get back in shape with these spring gardening tips from our favorite green thumbs! Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.

Whatever houseplant you choose to transform your home into a lively oasis, you’ll definitely need a stylish planter to display your plant baby in. No matter what your style, there’s an Omysa planter that will be perfect with your garden and home’s décor. From ceramics to fiberstone, check out Omysa’s Shop and add it to your cart!

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