10 Best Indoor Plants To Liven Up Your Home

Blue Star Fern

This plant's lush foliage prefers medium to bright indirect light, plenty of mist and humidity, and occasional watering.

Boston Fern

The only thing that levels the Boston fern up from easy is its love of steam. Because it loves low light and humidity, the bathroom is an ideal environment.

Algerian Ivy

As with any trailing ivy, the primary maintenance for this stunning houseplant is pruning its fast-growing vines.

Hoya Carnosa Tricolor

This waxy plant will grow trailing vines of white and green.Pet friendly and nontoxic, it thrives in bright, indirect light with a watering every one to two weeks.

Corkscrew Rush

With leafless stems that look like literal corkscrews, this unusual houseplant loves moist soil and indirect light.

Olive Tree

Not just suited to the Mediterranean, an olive tree actually makes a great houseplant. It loves a warmer, sunny climate and plenty of humidity.


Pothos plants are fuss free: Keep yours in partial to bright indirect light, and water it when the soil is mostly dry

ZZ Plant

ZZ plants require less water than many other plants. If you tend to neglect yours you'll do well with it.

Rubber Plants

The rubber plant requires bright, indirect light. You should only water it when the soil is dry. Rubber plants have the added benefit of being one of the best natural air cleaners out there.

String Of Pearls

You'll quickly have lengthy strands of pearls if you leave this plant in bright, indirect light with enough water to keep the soil steadily moist.