25 Common House Plants to add lushness and color

1. Spider Plant

The spider plant gets its name through its plantlets that resemble dangling spider legs.

2. Norfolk Island Pine

The Norfolk Pine features a single upright tree trunk and a tiered growth pattern.

3. Inch Plant

Inch plants have the tendency of growing one inch each day and that is where they get their name.

4. Snake Plant

Snake plants have unique foliage that resembles a sword with patterns on it.

5. Chinese Money Plant

features large flat green leaves that resemble pancakes.

6.Arrowhead Plant

Arrowhead plants are easy plants to grow inside. They need little attention.

7. Corn Plant

Dracaena fragrans or corn plant is a slow-growing perennial plant from Africa.

8. Jade Plant

Like most succulents, the Jade plant is drought-tolerant. They can survive weeks without being watered.

9. Cast Iron Plant

Cast iron plants feature gorgeous leaves that are long, and stiff.

10. Pothos

Pothos plants are best grown in hanging baskets.

11. English Ivy

Hedera helix is a fast-growing vining plant with stunning triangular leaves.

12. Moth Orchid

They are small and compact in size and can be grown in your living space.

13. Calathea

Their variegations are unique to each plant species.

14. Rubber Tree

When grown indoors, they have a controlled height of 2 to 10 inches.

15. ZZ Plant

The stem is known to tilt a little, which is what makes it a tropical delight.

16.Dumb Canes

They get the name “dumb canes” due to their variegated leaves and cane-like stems.

17.Heart-Leaf Philodendron

You can find them growing in tropical regions of Central America.

18.Wax Plant

They produce flowers of pink colors that are both fragrant and radiant.

19.Australia Umbrella Tree

It is a tree plant that can be grown indoors as a small tree.

20.Fiddle-Leaf Fig

Fiddle-leaf fig or ficus lyrata is the most popular species from the ficus genus.

21.Goldfish Plant

The Goldfish plant gets its name from the stunning color of its foliage.

22.Weeping Fig

They are called “weeping figs” due to their tear-shaped leaves

23.Widow’s Thrill

Their blooms range in colors from red to yellow to pink and orange.

24.Swiss Cheese Plant

Its leaves are also riddled with holes, giving the plant a swiss cheese look.

25.Ponytail Palm Plant

It is also called the elephant’s foot due to its thick, strong trunk.