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5 Trending Houseplants To Put On Your Wishlist

Updated: Sep 3, 2019

Wondering about all those beautiful plants you keep seeing on Instagram?

Here is a list of the most trending houseplants at the moment: you won't help yourself but adding one of these to your indoor jungle!

Trending Houseplants Wishlist

Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera Deliciosa became the Queen of Instagram thanks to its iconic glossy leaves.

Monstera likes temperatures between 68 and 86 °F, and prefers high humidity and indirect light. Unfortunately, this beautiful plant is toxic to dogs and cats.

Calathea Orbifolia

The perfect choice to add a lush tropical touch to your home. Easy to care for, it can brighten and liven up every indoor space.

Like many tropical indoor plants, Calathea Orbifolia prefers a spot with low to medium light and high humidity. With time, its leaves can reach about 15-35” wide.

Sansevieria Trifasciata

Sansevieria Trifasciata Trending Houseplants
Picture source: @foliagejournal

Also known as Snake Plant, Sansevieria Trifasciata is native to tropical western Africa. Famous for its erect and sharp leaves, this slow-growing plant is a diehard one: versatile and forgiving, it can tolerate both high and low light, and it needs water every 2-6 weeks.

The snake plant is one of the top plants for cleaning the air from benzene, formaldehyde and other toxins.

Senecio Rowleyanus

Senecio Rowleyanus Trending Houseplants
Source: @thelittlegardenperth

Widely called String of Pearls, this plant is an unusual succulent from South Africa known for its spherical leaves.

This plant has easy care requirements: it needs bright indirect light, and infrequent watering (every 3 weeks).

The String of Pearls is a strenuous grower: it will quickly grow out of the vase, and then cascade down to the side.

Maranta Leuconeura

Maranta Leuconeura Trending Houseplants
Source: @lostinplantopia

Named Prayer Plant because of its elliptic leaves folding at night like praying hands, Maranta Leuconera is dormant during the winter, but in spring and summer is an explosion of colors and new leaves.

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