Best Indoor Plants

Here at My Plant List we provide a list of Common Indoor House Plants that are always fun to take care of, and an essential part for decorating your house. They can come in so many different sizes, some are able to just sit on a shelf without soil or pots, and can even replenish the air or add a natural scent to your home. Below is a list of the Best Indoor Plants you can get for your own house that range from being really easy to even meticulous detail when taking care of the plant. Low Light Indoor Plants consists of a great list of Plants that do not require much attention and also are air purifying for those of you who would like plants that you can take care of and that will also clean the air too.

Best Indoor Plants Guide

Image Plant Req. Sun Req. Water Ease to grow Rating Price
Arabian Tea Jasmine Plant Moderate low Easy 4.5 $5.99
Live Spiral 3 Style Lucky Bamboo Plant Low High Moderate 4.3 $11.99
Juniper Tree Bonsai Low Low Easy 4.5 $12.99
Air Plant Tillandsia Bromeliads Teardrop Terrarium Moderate Low Moderate 4.3 $15.00
5 Money Tree Plants Braided into 1 Tree -Pachira Low Low Easy 4.7 $6.99
Venus Fly Trap Plant – CARNIVOROUS Low High Hard 4.7 $5.99
Air Plant Velutina Tillandsia Low Low Easy 4.8 $3.49
Tillandsia Ionantha-5 Air Plants Low Moderate Moderate 4.3 $16.95
Air Plant Xerographica Low Modrate Easy 4.8 $11.99
Brussel's CT9005CE Chinese Elm Bonsai High Low Moderate 4.5 $38.16
Hirt's Super Dwarf Patio Banana Plant – Musa – Great House Plant – 4" Pot Low Low Easy 4.4 $5.69
Vanilla Vine Orchid Plant – Most Popular Spice – 3" pot Moderate Low Moderate 4.2 $6.39
Red Prayer Plant – Maranta – Easy to Grow House Plant – 4" Pot Low Moderate Moderate 4.4 $5.49
Goldfish Plant – 6.5" Hanging Basket – Blooms Constantly! Moderate Moderate Moderate 4.4 $9.99


 Tips for Common Indoor House Plants

  1.  All plants require some amount of sun light to blossom and grow in your home. They can range from just needing a few hours of sun a month, to needing to be by a window or some other form of light source everyday. If you are unsure on the required amount of sun a plant you own should get, it is recommended to sit the plant near a window, but with enough shade that the sun is not constantly hitting the plant. If the plant requires a moderate sunlight, it would be best to place it either on the south or east facing windows of your home. These areas tend to get better sunlight. The Venus Fly Trap requires little amount of sun if your going to place the plant in an area that will not have enough sunlight.
  2.  All plants will also require some amount of water to grow. This is very important to the plant as you do not want to forget to water it and give the plant a hard time. The same result could happen if you tend to take too much care of the Indoor Plant and over water it. If you are uncertain on the exact amount of water you should be giving to each plant in your household, here is a good guide on testing if it needs more. You will need to put your index finger under the soil to where your second knuckle is almost touching the top level of the soil. Once you have done this you should just remove your finger again slowly. Your finger should either have soil stuck to it or be almost completely clean. If the soil is stuck to your finger that means your House Plant has a sufficient amount of water, if it does not then it is dry and requires more water. Plants like the Arabian Tea Jasmine Plant require little water if you are just starting out with Indoor Plants are not unsure on the process.
  3. Avoid placing Common Indoor Plants in the drier parts of your house. It is important to recognize and know where your heater vents are or electric machines like a dryer so you can properly place your plants away from these so the soil will not dry out to quickly leaving the plant without water. It is more difficult to maintain the plant when you are having to constantly water the plant due to the extra heat.
  4. Avoid areas where the temperature will constantly change. As stated with having your Common House Plant not be around places like heater vents, you should also not place the plant near air conditioners or places that will get high volumes of wind. Plants have a much more difficult time trying to grow in an area if the temperature is constantly fluctuating.