Nothing helps turn your home into a tranquil and peaceful environment than bringing the outdoors inside. An easy and inexpensive way to do so is with indoor plants. Not only will you be able to replicate the calming and soothing feelings that are associated with being outdoors, but it will also improve the air quality in your home as well as improve your home aesthetics. Take a look at our top indoor plant picks for your home for this fall:
Perhaps one of the easiest houseplants to grow, the Snake Plant (Sansevieria) is perfect if you’re always on the run or just starting out with houseplants. The dark green leaves have silver streaks and bright golden-yellow edges, which make it the perfect injection of color to your home. Great for apartment spaces or low-light areas, the Snake Plant is our top pick for newbies to the indoor plant world!
Red Shamrock Plant
Another striking indoor plant, that exudes positive vibes with its striking colors and characteristics. The triangular shaped leaves of the Red Shamrock Plant (Oxalis) is what makes it unique. Again, a great indoor plant that thrives in mild temperatures and survives well in low-light areas. Place it in your living room or bedroom to create a real visual impact!
If you’re looking for a low maintenance indoor plant with a unique appearance then you can’t pass up on the Colorful Aglaonema. The rich green leaves are brushed with pops of red and is the perfect fall home accessory, when mixed in with warm shades of red, orange, and yellow. The perfect way to bring fall indoors!
Similar to a cactus when it comes to its care, the Zanzibar Gem (Zamioculcas) is perfect for fall. It grows great in indirect light and requires minimal watering. The tropical plant’s, bright pops of green are a sure fire way to lift the zen energy in your home. Nothing like being at home but feeling like you’re on a tropical getaway!
Another tropical favorite you can’t go past is the Croton (Codiaeum Variegatum). Perfect for adding a bold, tropical feel to your home, the red, orange, and yellow colors that combine together so beautifully on the croton foliage, work perfectly as fall decorations! Crotons grow best in a bright spot, so make sure you place this placed where it can get the most sunlight.