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Best Indoor Plants for Spring

Anthurium
Anthurium

Anthurium’s glossy heart-shaped leaves and tropical-looking flowers add a touch of romance to any room. This show-stopping plant blooms on and off all year. To get them to flower continuously, place in a filtered-light location and fertilize in spring.

Peace Lily
Peace Lily

Spathiphyllum, also known as the Peace Lily, is one of the most popular houseplants. It’s also one of the most efficient plants for filtering indoor pollutants from the air — making it a great choice for the bedroom.

Boston Fern
Boston Fern

The Boston fern is the quintessential decorative fern. It is the original fern used during the Victorian Era to decorate inside the home as well as outside on wrap-around porches. Like other ferns, the Boston fern enjoys high humidity and consistently moist soil.

Red Aglaonema
Red Aglaonema

An ideal plant for beginners, this is one of the easiest plants to grow. Recognizable for its striking, colorful leaves and occasional flowers, it tolerates just about every indoor condition.

Ponytail Palm
Ponytail Palm

A ‘plant it and forget it’ variety because it needs such little attention. As long as you don’t overwater, the plant is practically indestructible. It’s a slow grower that’s perfect for just about any room of the home, especially bedrooms.

Orchid
Orchid

Orchids are easy. These flowers bloom for months and you’ll be surprised at how little care these blooming machines need. Ideal for areas where they receive indirect sun, orchids offer a delicate and striking touch to any décor. Read about the 5 most popular questions about orchids and see our infographic on orchid types.

Sansevieria
Sansevieria

Commonly called ‘Snake Plant’ or ‘Mother-in-Law’s tongue,’ its architectural nature makes it a natural choice for modern or contemporary interior designs. Extremely low-maintenance, this hardy indoor plant is adaptable to almost every growing condition. Learn about repotting houseplants.

Bromeliad
Bromeliad

Hard to say, but easy to care for! Bromeliad, a cousin of the pineapple, exudes a colorful, tropical vibe. Plant in a shallow pot, place in bright light and water once a week. Learn more about bromeliads.

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