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We know first hand that choosing the best indoor plants for your home can be overwhelming so we have listed a few of our favourites to help inspire you if you’re starting your indoor greenery journey!

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Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae)

A Birds of Paradise is guaranteed to make a statement in your home provided you have the space for the large foliage.
Being a tropical plant, the Birds of Paradise will thrive in bright sunlight with a regular watering schedule, and will enjoy intermittent misting during the dry winter months to increase humidity.

Shown with our Santorini White in Medium and Large. 

Swiss Cheese (Monstera Deliciosa)

The Swiss Cheese plant is an old fan favourite of indoor plant lovers, due to its pretty split leaves and how easy it is to care for.
Gentle sunlight is favoured for this plant as harsh sun can scorch the leaves, and moderate watering when the soil is almost dried out.
The growing nature will require a form of support when planted indoors, such as a moss stick to allow the aerial roots to grab hold.

Shown with our Bondi White Terrazzo in Large.

@thehomelyhub Bondi White Terrazzo (5)
@homeandours Malibu Seashell Charcoal (6)
ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)

This well known, low maintenance indoor plant is typically recommended for those who are just beginning their plant journey, as it will tolerate neglect.
While they do prefer indirect sunlight, they will also thrive in low light conditions, and being highly drought tolerant means they will not suffer if you forget to water them for a few weeks.

Shown with our Malibu Charcoal Seashell in Medium and Large.

Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea elegans)

These are another great indoor plant for beginner green thumbs as they are virtually maintenance free and will thrive even in low light settings. These are well known as air purifiers, so can be great not only for your home but also the office. A Parlor Palm will enjoy being watered sparingly once the soil is dry, as they can be sensitive to overwatering. Due to their slow growing nature, these can be ideal for smaller pots knowing you will not have to re-pot them any time soon.

Shown with our Santorini White Terrazzo in Medium.

@projectnook Santorini White Terrazzo (96)
@bettinabrent Santorini Grey Terrazzo
Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrata)

A Fiddle Leaf Fig is a very popular indoor plant, and can certainly make a eye catching statement once well established. While they are known to be somewhat challenging for beginner gardeners, once their conditions are met they will reward you with stunning violin shaped foliage. Direct sunlight can burn the glossy leaves, so ensure this plant is situated in filtered light to encourage growth. Finding an ideal watering schedule can be tricky for these beauties as both under and overwatering can cause issues, however watering when the top inch of soil feels dry is usually a good start and adjust as needed during cooler months.

Shown with our Santorini Grey Terrazzo in Medium and Large.

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