These 10 Small Indoor Plants are easy to grow, take a little space, and add more appeal to the interior!
1. Lucky Bamboo
Lucky bamboo is not a real bamboo but a member of the lily family. This low maintenance tropical indoor plant is known to bring good luck and fortune. While it can become 2-3 feet tall over time, you can maintain its size by cutting the top off with a shear to the desired height. You can grow this plant either in the water or the soil, keeping in a location that is bright and receives filtered sunlight. Learn more about growing lucky bamboo indoors hereand here!
Lithops can be a beautiful addition to your indoor plants’ collection. These small indoor plants are super easy to grow if you have a sunny window. However, if you’re growing lithops in a tropical climate, keep them in a location that receives filtered sunlight. This succulent prefers warm indoor temperatures, so save it from cold drafts.
3. Chinese Money Plant
When it comes to small indoor plants, Chinese money plant (Pilea Peperomioides) comes to the mind. Its pancake-shaped leaves look striking with the contrasting background. Keep this plant in a location that receives indirect sunlight and water when the soil dries out, fertilize with half strength water soluble fertilizer during the growing period. The more information on it is available at the Apartment Therapy!
4. Baby Toes
Baby Toes (Fenestraria rhopalophylla) plants look so odd and surely one of the coolest in this list of small houseplants. You can grow them in a small container alone or with other succulents. Growing requirements are similar to lithops, keep this succulent in a well-lit spot, better if it can receive a few hours of direct sunlight as well. Maintain warm temperature and water sparingly to keep the plant growing!
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