It’s no secret that houseplants are all the rage these days. You can’t scroll through Pinterest or Instagram without seeing them everywhere.
And here’s a pro tip: Add a plant to one of your styled squares and the likes will start pouring in!
Whether you’re an experienced plant parent or a self-proclaimed black thumb desperately wanting to be green, I have some beautiful houseplants to share with you!
I, Erin am a lover of all plants, but I do play favorites from time to time. Right now I have my eye on a handful that I just can’t stop thinking about.
From maroon laced foliage to heart shaped cuties, here are 8 unique houseplants we’re loving!…
Trend Alert: 8 Unique Houseplants We’re Loving
— Scindapsus Pictus is easy to care for and quick to grow. Silver spots make this plant extra special! They look seriously amazing hanging baskets, you should definitely try one in your living room!
— Calathea ‘Beauty Star’ is a show stopper with its dark maroon and green foliage. This beauty loves high humidity and bright indirect sunlight.
— Haworthia Fasciata, is referred to as Haworthia ‘Zebrina’ because of the white stripes on its leaves. They are drought tolerant and require bright indirect light. It’s a perfect small plant for anyone starting out!
— Tillandsia Xerographica is an air plant which means, no soil is required to live. Cool right? They grow well indoors, so just place it anywhere in your home for an instant statement piece!
— Sansevieria are available in many different varieties. Commonly known as Snake Plants, their snake like leaves grow tall making it perfect for those empty corners in your home.
— Hoya kerrii have these adorable heart shaped leaves and shops are starting to sell just one sweet little heart in a pot. It doesn’t get any cuter than that!
— Peperomia argyreia leaves look like little round watermelons and if that’s not a perfect addition to your home for summer…I don’t know what is?
— Monstera deliciosa plants bring the best kind of tropical vibes into your home. They come in a variety of sizes so choose the best size for your space.
No matter what plant you bring into your home, be sure to research care on your specific plant for best results.
I like to refer people to my book, How To Raise A Plant and Make it Love You Back. In the book you will find easy to follow care for houseplants, DIYs and decor inspo.
And if you’re searching for planters for your houseplants, check out this plant-related posts below. We’ve also got a gift guide for all the plant lovers in your life!
When she’s not propagating her plants, she’s scrolling through Pinterest and running ads as a Promoted Pins Marketing Director for Simple Pin Media.