Top 10 Best House Plants You Can Find


If you’re anything like me, you love adding new house plants to your home. Plants make a place feel more welcoming, and they can really make it feel like your own home. However, you want to be careful that the plant you choose is right for your home, because each plant has its own needs and wants in its environment. Below are some of the best house plants for any type of environment!

10. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a succulent plant that grows best in warm, dry climates and is a popular medicinal plant. Aloe vera is easy to care for and makes an excellent addition to any home.

Aloe vera can be found in just about any grocery store or pharmacy as it’s used for everything from skin care creams to sunburn relief. The gel inside aloe leaves has been shown to have antibacterial properties and also help inflammation with pain relief.

9. Peace Lily

Peace Lily is a beautiful plant. It’s also one of the easiest plants to grow in your home. If you want a low maintenance plant and don’t have much time to take care of it, peace lily is the perfect choice for you.

Peace lilies are good choices for people who travel often or work long hours because they can survive even if you forget about them for weeks or months at a time. They will even thrive with minimal light and water!

8. Pothos

Pothos is a popular houseplant, but it is toxic to cats and dogs. This plant needs a lot of light and should not be exposed to direct sunlight. It’s an excellent choice for beginners because it tolerates low-light conditions, requires little maintenance and thrives in almost any environment. Pothos is also great for people who don’t have much time on their hands because they don’t need special care or attention.

7. Spider Plant

Spider plants are easy-to-grow houseplants, which makes them ideal for beginners. They can grow in low light, and they’re also great for kids and offices. The spider plant is a beautiful addition to any home or office space because it has large, bright green leaves with white dots on them. These spots help the plant maintain its moisture by reflecting light back into the leaf surface so that it doesn’t dry out as quickly from exposure to drying indoor air conditions.

The spider plant thrives best in bright but indirect sunlight, like what you would get near a window with some shade filtering through an adjacent tree or building outside; however, these plants don’t need direct sunlight since their only requirement is adequate lighting so they can photosynthesize efficiently enough to produce new leaves—which means if your houseplant starts looking pale or yellowed around its tips (because there isn’t enough light), simply rotate it so that those lighter-colored portions face north instead of south!

6. Snake Plant

If you’re looking for a low-maintenance plant that’s easy to care for, the snake plant is just what you need. These plants are great for people who don’t have time to water their plants or keep them alive (like me). They can survive in low light conditions and are resistant to drought and neglect. What’s more? You won’t be able to kill them with over-watering! If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my life, it’s that dead leaves are not pretty on any flower or plant—but the snake plant has none of those because it never loses its leaves!

And if all this wasn’t enough: Snake plants also clean up the air around them by removing toxins like xylene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, benzene and ammonia from your home environment—and they do this all day every day without needing much care at all!

If you suffer from allergies or asthma then I’d highly recommend adding these wonderful little guys into your home environment because they can help alleviate symptoms such as sneezing/itching eyes/throat irritation caused by dust mites (they’re tiny bugs) as well as pollen particles floating around outside which might make their way inside via open windows during springtime months when trees bloom nearby.”

5. Sansevieria Trifasciata

You may not think of this plant as a houseplant, but it’s one of the most popular and versatile in existence. It’s also known as the Snake Plant for its long, pointed leaves that resemble those of its reptilian namesake.

This plant is commonly used in offices and homes because it can grow with very little care. In fact, some people say that it thrives on neglect! Because of their hardiness and ability to thrive in low light conditions (only indirect sunlight), they’re also good for people who are prone to allergies or have families with young children who might be interested in playing with them.

The Sansevieria Trifasciata has thick stems that allow you to keep it potted up indoors or outdoors during warm weather all year round; just be sure not to overwater once you bring it inside again after winter ends! This makes this succulent great for beginners because there’s no need to worry about overwatering issues—just follow proper guidelines based on how much sunlight your plant receives each day (more sun = more water).

4. English Ivy

  • English Ivy

The English ivy is a very popular house plant, and for good reason: It’s easy to care for and is an excellent choice for people with busy schedules. Plus, it’s one of those green, leafy plants that can help you add greenery to your home—and if you’re looking for something that will make your living space look more inviting and cheerful, this one is definitely worth considering! If you want to learn more about these reasons why this particular type of ivy should be added to your collection right now (as well as how much money you might save by doing so), then keep reading on below!

3. Golden Pothos

Golden pothos is a great plant for beginners. Not only is it easy to care for, it can tolerate low light and will grow in almost any kind of soil. This means that golden pothos is a good choice for offices and other indoor spaces where you may not want to put in the effort required by some other plants.

Golden pothos is also a good choice if you are allergic to cats because they aren’t dander carriers like many other pets (and humans!).

2. ZZ Plant Zamioculcas Zamifolia

The ZZ plant is a popular houseplant that’s easy to grow, low-maintenance, and slow-growing. It’s also a tropical plant, which means it can adapt to many different light conditions. This makes it one of the best indoor plants for beginners!

The ZZ plant gets its name from its resemblance to an earthworm—that is, you’ll notice its long leaves are similar in appearance to an earthworm’s body (the leafy part). Although it looks like something out of Dr. Seuss’ world, this unique houseplant has been around since the late 1800s when Dutch botanists first discovered it in Africa. The ZZ plant loves bright indirect light but doesn’t do well in direct sunlight because too much sun will cause scorching on its leaves—so keep your ZZ away from windows or other sources of heat if possible!

1. Rubber Plant Ficus Elastica

The rubber plant, otherwise known as the ficus elastica (pictured above), is a type of tree that originates from India. It’s a slow-growing plant with large leaves and enormous root systems.

This plant is one that you should consider if you’re just starting out with indoor plants. The rubber plant is hardy, but it will still need care and attention—just not as much as some other houseplants can require.

Rubber plants are low-light plants; they prefer dim light conditions and do best in bright indirect sunlight. They also prefer humid environments—you might see them growing near windowsills or on tables where water droplets have collected on the surface below them over time. A home office may be the perfect location for this kind of environment!

Make sure you get the right house plant for your home and that you can give the plant the care it needs to flourish and grow!

  • Make sure you get the right house plant for your home.
  • Be sure you can give the plant the care it needs to flourish and grow.


Now that you have read through the top 10 house plants, which one is your favourite? Is there one on this list that you own? We would love to hear from you!

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