9 Houseplants To Transform Your Interior Into An Indoor Garden

Chinese Evergreens

Chinese evergreens are a group of houseplants belonging to the genus Aglaonema. They’re native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea.

Pothos Plant

Pothos plants are one of the most popular and common houseplants due to being easy to care for. They are an incredible genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family, with about 15 species of tropical vines!

Zebra Plant

Delightful zebra plants belong to the genus Aphelandra and originate from Brazil’s vibrant tropical and subtropical regions. Their stunning and rich foliage, with white veins on dark green leaves, is a sight.

Prayer Plant

We highly recommend the beautiful prayer plants, also called calatheas, for your indoor garden. These remarkable plants fold their leaves at night, looking like praying hands.

ZZ Plant

These low-maintenance, common houseplants have glossy, dark green leaves that grow on thick, fleshy stems. Native to Africa, ZZ plants can thrive indoors and survive in dry and dim conditions.


Monstera plants, also known as the Swiss cheese plants, get their name from their delicious and monstrous appearance.

Snake Plant

Snake plants are succulents with long, upright leaves in various patterns and colors. They are native to Africa and Asia, growing in dry and sunny habitats.

Air Plant

Plants that don’t need soil to grow are called air plants. Their natural habitat is in the tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas.

Parlor Palm

Parlor palms, also called good luck palms, are common houseplants because of their easy care and growth in low-light and cramped spaces.

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