10 Real Houseplants You Can Buy Online

Skip a trip to the garden store and shop these real houseplants from the comfort of home.

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September 26, 2018

Photo By: Amazon

Photo By: Terrain

Photo By: Amazon

Photo By: Terrain

Photo By: Amazon

Photo By: Terrain

Photo By: Amazon

Photo By: Amazon

Photo By: Terrain

Photo By: Amazon

Snake Plant

The snake plant is the MVP of houseplants. Snake plants have cool patterns, don’t require much attention and help purify the air. That’s why they’re so popular in bedrooms and home offices. But as amazing as they are for humans, they are toxic for dogs and cats, so make sure these are displayed out of reach.

Buy It: Amazon, $19.99

Giant Air Plant

If you don’t have much of a green thumb, air plants are the perfect plant for you. They don’t require soil and just need to be soaked in water once a week. Air plants come in many varieties and sizes and colors, but we’re currently obsessed with the silvery-green Tillandsia.

Buy It: Terrain, $60

Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree

Ah, the fiddle-leaf fig tree. Designers love to incorporate this plant in rooms of all styles. Its namesake violin-shaped leaves are gorgeous. But plant parents give it a bad rep as being fussy. The problem is this tree loves warm, humid tropics and your AC creates the exact opposite. But there are tips and tricks to make a fiddle happy; check out our top maintenance tips here.

Buy It: Amazon, $39.99

Fern Set

If you want to try a terrarium garden, ferns are a great plant to start with as they love the humid environment in terrariums. This fern collection is a great starter pack for creating a tabletop terrarium. Just make sure it’s out of direct sunlight.

Buy It: The Sill, $53

Money Plant

Money Plant. Pancake Plant. UFO Plant. This little guy has a lot of names, but in Europe, it’s also known as a Friendship Plant because it’s popular to give a cutting to a friend.

Buy It: 1-800-Flowers, $59.99

Tropical Foliage

Tropical plants are so trendy right now, but they can be expensive. And not everyone has room for a nine-foot, fiddle-leaf fig tree in their living room. To get the look on a smaller scale, you can create a dish garden with tiny tropical foliage. We love the green-and-pink patterned plants in this foliage collection.

Buy It: The Sill, $36

Philodendron Selloum

If you love the look of large, tropical leaves but don’t have space for a tree in your home, check out the Philodendron Selloum. This tabletop plant has dramatic, waxy green leaves and, as a bonus, great air-purifying qualities.

Buy It: Amazon, $36.49

Cat Palm

Cat Palms are perfect for small spaces such as a studio apartment or dorm room. You get the same tropical frond design as larger palms without the height or bulky planter.

Buy It: The Sill, $36

Angel Vine

This vine is already potted in a woven-grass planter and ready for display. We think it would be perfect in a boho loft or glam farmhouse. Just make sure this plant has access to direct sunlight for most of the day.

Buy It: Terrain, $48

Majesty Palm

The Majesty Palm is a great indoor plant because it doesn’t grow rapidly, so, you don’t have to worry about repotting this one every year. The palm fronds are dainty enough that it meshes well with several design styles and other plants.

Buy It: 1-800-Flowers, $109.99