10 Large Houseplants That Bring the Outdoors In
It's time to shine a light on your greenery and make them the central attraction of your decor. Whether it's a few succulents or a lovely potted pothos on your coffee table, houseplants are a timeless way to brighten up your environment. If you're looking to shake up your interior design for spring, opt for a large, showstopping indoor plant.
Want a boho vibe? Get something like a bamboo palm plant. Prefer something low maintenance and durable? The burgundy rubber tree is the way to go. A large indoor plant can even improve air quality while adding character and texture to awkward corners or spaces. From pet-friendly shrubs to cutting-edge foliage, we rounded up the best large indoor plants on the market — take a look ahead.
— Additional reporting by Lauren Harano
Something Low Maintenance: The Sill Large ZZ Plant
If you want something low maintenance and easy to care for, the The Sill Large ZZ Plant ($108) is a great option. It requires medium to low indirect light, and you only need to water it once in two weeks, since the plant is drought tolerant. The bright green leaves and structured look are great for those with a contemporary decor aesthetic. It's around 16 to 24 inches tall and not pet safe.
Something Textured: The Sill Large Monstera Deliciosa
Add texture to your space with the interesting and unique The Sill Large Monstera Deliciosa ($88). Like swiss cheese, the plant naturally forms holes and splits on its leaves for a stunning textured pattern. It's around 20 to 28 inches tall. The plant requires bright to medium indirect light and only needs to be watered once a week. It's not pet safe.
A Tall Statement: Bloomscape Potted Fiddle Leaf Fig
Get something dramatic to cover an awkward corner or a weird space, like this Bloomscape Potted Fiddle Leaf Fig ($249). Tall, with fanned-out leaves, this plant will brighten up any space. It's air purifying but not pet friendly.
Something Tropical: Bloomscape Marginata Open Weave
The Bloomscape Marginata Open Weave ($199) looks like a slice of beachy paradise in your home. Although the green, palm-like leaves bring life to the space, the woven stems are a unique feature that steal the show. This plant has a fun tropical vibe and thrives on low to bright indirect light. It's not pet friendly but has air-purifying capabilities. It's around four to five feet tall.
For Cleaner Air: Bloomscape Large Potted Money Tree
The Bloomscape Large Potted Money Tree ($169) is one of the most effective air-purifying houseplants, and it's also pet friendly. The tree is used in East Asian cultures and feng shui to foster positivity and bring good luck.
A Large Succulent: The Sill Large Snake Laurentii
If you're into a structured, contemporary look, The Sill Large Snake Laurentii ($88) is a low-maintenance option. (It's actually classified as a succulent!) The bright greens and yellows will make your space vibrant. It's air purifying but not pet friendly.
Statement Leaves: Costa Farms White Bird of Paradise Strelitzia Nicolai
Keep this Costa Farms White Bird of Paradise Strelitzia Nicolai ($47) near a window for optimal growth. The large leaves will split for a textured, weathered look, adding a tropical vibe to your space. It's not pet safe.
Something Garden-Inspired: Bloomscape Potted Ficus Danielle Indoor Plant
If you want your home to feel like a Victorian garden, the Bloomscape Potted Ficus Danielle Indoor Plant ($169) is a beautiful, classic option. It's best to keep this one near a window and let it shine. It's air purifying but not pet friendly.