The indoor plants you'll be seeing everywhere this spring
That chilly winter edge is starting to soften, which means spring is right around the corner! Now is the perfect time to get ahead of the game and stock up on the most popular décor of the season, indoor plants.
There has been a massive increase in popularity of our leafy friends. They can add vibrance, colour and design, dressing up any space that needs that little something extra.
As well as their aesthetic appeal, being enveloped in a green oasis can be therapeutic, reducing stress and absorbing carbon monoxide and other pollutants creating healthier air!
Here are the varieties you are going to be seeing everywhere this spring!
The Monstera (Swiss-cheese plant) has become one of the biggest names in the indoor plant world. It hails from the jungles of Southern Mexico and Guatemala and has beautiful leaves that fan out, adding interest to any space.
Tupidanthus Calyptratus (Umbrella Tree)
Want to feel like your bathing under the Fijian sun all from the comfort of your own home? An Umbrella Tree adds a tropical feel with its lush green leaves that slope down. In Spring and Summer, it sprouts greenish-coloured flowers the add extra interest to this bold plant.
Asplenium Nidus (Birdsnest Fern)
A Birdnest Fern gets its name from the wavy fronds that unfurl from the center of the plant, opening out into what looks like a bird nest. Its curved leaves are formed by its exposure to light so the more light, the wavier the leaves.
Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)
The Peace Lily is a graceful flower that blooms a crisp white flower surrounded by rich green leaves. They are stunning plants that brighten up any area. What’s even better is the can grow in low light, making them incredibly easy to care for!
Ficus Lyrata (Fiddle Leaf Fig)
Want a plant that will create serious impact? A Fiddle Leaf Fig has a sculptural quality to it with it’s thin trunk and dramatic large leaves. It is the perfect addition to a space that needs a burst of life and aesthetic appeal.
Ficus Elastica (Rubber Plant)
The indoor equivalent of Jack and the Beanstalk, the Rubber Plant can reach heights of 3 metres in your living room! This towering plant creates an amazing centrepiece and is low-maintenance, requiring little light and water.
Epipremnum Aureum (Devils Ivy)
This tough little evergreen will flourish pretty much anywhere. It has heart-shaped waxy leaves accented by winding vines. Devil’s Ivy grows quick, soaks up excess water and low light actually enhances its rich colour. What’s not to love?