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7 Indoor Plants That Can Turn Your House into a Green Oasis

Gone were the days when a garden can only be created outdoors. Nowadays, most of the people are living in apartments, indoor plants have become extremely popular. The best thing about indoor plant arrangement is that it can enhance the look of your house. That is why we are going to show you some indoor plants to make your living space more comfortable.

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Fiddleleaf Fig

The fiddle leaf fig is the best indoor plant right now, as it's easy to see because they can easily grow quite large. They are incredibly striking and at the same time, they can clean the air. Image: hypnozglam.com

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New Zealand laurel

The New Zealand laurel is another plant which can create a gorgeous focal point in any room. This plant has beautiful foliage and can be easily grown indoors. Image:hearstapps.com

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Fishtail Palm

Consider this plant as an important part of your interior decoration. Like a lot of palm trees, it can be grown indoors. The uniquely shaped leaves of the fishtail plant look chic. Image:hgtvhome.sndimg.com

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Money Tree

The money tree is another option when you're looking to decorate rooms which are low on light. Yes, they can tolerate low light and also they do not require any type of maintenance. According to Feng Shui, this houseplant brings good luck and fortune.
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Olive Tree

The Olive Tree has a subtler look because of the smaller greyish green leaves. With their muted foliage, this can work with happy colors and craft furniture. Image: ruemag.com

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Rubber Plant

A rubber plant has beautiful and shiny foliage, which also has a low maintenance. In case you are looking for houseplants that do not take up much space then rubber plant can be an ideal choice. Image:imageresizer.static9.net.au

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Bird of Paradise

This tropical charmer can grow quite large indoors and, if you will be able to keep your patience, it will reward you with stunning blooms within three to four years. Image:shopify.com

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7 Indoor Plants That Can Turn Your House into a Green Oasis

Gone were the days when a garden can only be created outdoors. Nowadays, most of the people are living in apartments, indoor plants have become extremely popular. The best thing about indoor plant arrangement is that it can enhance the look of your house. That is why we are going to show you some indoor plants to make your living space more comfortable.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Fiddleleaf Fig

The fiddle leaf fig is the best indoor plant right now, as it's easy to see because they can easily grow quite large. They are incredibly striking and at the same time, they can clean the air. Image: hypnozglam.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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New Zealand laurel

The New Zealand laurel is another plant which can create a gorgeous focal point in any room. This plant has beautiful foliage and can be easily grown indoors. Image:hearstapps.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Fishtail Palm

Consider this plant as an important part of your interior decoration. Like a lot of palm trees, it can be grown indoors. The uniquely shaped leaves of the fishtail plant look chic. Image:hgtvhome.sndimg.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Money Tree

The money tree is another option when you're looking to decorate rooms which are low on light. Yes, they can tolerate low light and also they do not require any type of maintenance. According to Feng Shui, this houseplant brings good luck and fortune.
Image: shopify.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Olive Tree

The Olive Tree has a subtler look because of the smaller greyish green leaves. With their muted foliage, this can work with happy colors and craft furniture. Image: ruemag.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Rubber Plant

A rubber plant has beautiful and shiny foliage, which also has a low maintenance. In case you are looking for houseplants that do not take up much space then rubber plant can be an ideal choice. Image:imageresizer.static9.net.au

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Bird of Paradise

This tropical charmer can grow quite large indoors and, if you will be able to keep your patience, it will reward you with stunning blooms within three to four years. Image:shopify.com

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