If you're looking for the best plants to grow indoors, look no further! In this post, we will discuss five of the best plants to grow in your home, and why we think they’re great.
Indoor gardening is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason – it's a great way to show off your green thumb all year long! There are tons of benefits to growing your own plants indoors. Some of these benefits are:
- Plants can purify the air in your home
- Plants can help you to relax and de-stress
- Growing plants is a great way to get kids involved in gardening
One of the most common questions we get at Just Vertical is "What are the best plants to grow indoors?". Now, this can be a subjective question as we all have our preferences. Personally I don't like anything that is too high maintenance. At the same time I also like growing things I can show off in my indoor garden.
So, without further ado, let's take a look at the five best plants to grow indoors!
The 5 Best Plants In To Grow Indoors
- Cilantro: A staple in my indoor garden is always cilantro. I love tacos and every time I go to the grocery store and buy a bundle it seems to go bad, so having it fresh on hand makes a huge difference.
- Lavender: I am a huge lavender fan as well. The aroma is calming, and the way the purple stands out in your indoor garden puts it on my top 5 best plants to grow indoors list.
- Flowers: Going with the colours trend I love doing flowers as well, right now I've got some petunias and nasturtiums growing indoors. They brighten up the place and make it feel like summertime.
- Rubber Tree: I grew up with a rubber tree in our living room, and I always admired how big and strong it was. It's been a few years since I've had one but they are still one of my favourite plants to grow indoors.
- Wasabi Arugala: Lastly, I would have to pick my favourite for dinner guests - Wasabi Arugala. This tiny little bundle of flavour looks like an arugula plant, but has a flavour of wasabi that is just brilliant in salads.
There are lots of ways to start gardening indoors and grow some amazing indoor plants like I do! Whether you have an outdoor garden in the summer and you just need something temporary for the winter, or you’re in a 40 storey condo and are dying for some greenery, getting started with indoor gardening doesn’t take much to get growing.