Inside look

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8 Best Indoor Plants to Brighten Up Every Room

Parlor Palm

Lush tropical fronds that purify the air, perfect for any room. Loves humidity, so mist frequently, and water every one to two weeks. With proper care, can grow up to six feet tall.

Aloe Vera

A resilient houseplant known for its spiky, lance-shaped leaves and air-purifying abilities. Prefers bright, indirect light and should be watered only when the soil is completely dry.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

A popular indoor tree with large, broad leaves that make a bold statement. Requires bright direct sunlight but can also tolerate indirect light.

Money Tree

An eye-catching tree with a braided trunk, believed to symbolize good luck and prosperity. Needs bright, indirect sunlight for six hours a day and watering only when the soil is dry.


Known for its tolerance to low light and minimal watering, this plant's name means "love tree." Prefers to be on the dry side, so water no more than once per week.

Chinese Evergreen

Also known as Aglaonema, it thrives with low to bright indirect sunlight and minimal watering every five to ten days. Watch out for soggy soil.

Spider Plant

A fast-growing plant that produces little "babies" for added greenery. Ideal for beginners, it thrives in well-lit spots and requires weekly watering.

String of Pearls

An unusual plant that requires watering every two to three weeks and prefers a mix of bright direct and indirect sunlight. Can tolerate some direct sunlight in the morning.