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Top 5 House Plants for Indoor or Outdoor Decor

Top 5 House Plants for Indoor or Outdoor Decor

Need to dress up that bare patio or lonely corner in your yard? You’ve come to the right place. These lush indoor/outdoor trees and vibrantly blooming house plants are well-suited to fill the holes in your decor. Best of all, the hassle-free, low-maintenance options you need are available Fast-Growing-Trees.com and fit perfectly, indoors or out.

From fruit trees to classic ferns, our house plants elevate your home effortlessly—with the added perks of healthful benefits and all-natural growth. Here are our top five house plants that thrive indoors or outdoors.

 

  

1. Dwarf Cavendish Banana Tree

Bananas Grown Right at Home
Perfect Produce is a Click Away

A voluminous focal point that grows your afternoon snack? Check. The Dwarf Cavendish Banana Tree is one of the most versatile and adaptable house plants on the market. Best of all, you’ll get pounds of bananas each year with this fast-growing juggernaut. Click to add the Dwarf Cavendish to your collection.

 

2. Aloe Vera Plant

Aloe Vera Gel, Homegrown
Aloe Vera Boasts a Number of Soothing Benefits

If you need something a bit smaller for your home office, the Aloe Vera fits the bill. It’s one of the top house plants for tight spaces and a true Jack-of-all-trades. Pops of green with contrasting light spots make it an eye-catching pick, and it produces a super soothing gel as an added perk. Break off the leaves’ tips to collect calming and cool Aloe Vera gel to treat burns. And it’s completely low-maintenance because it’s a succulent and stores its own water. Order your Aloe today!

 

3. Papyrus Plant

One of the Boldest House Plants Available 
Plenty of Volume on Papyrus Plants

Summertime shade on your patio or in your yard—house plants can do it all. And the coveted Papyrus Plant is no exception. It’s defined by ultra-lush sprays of foliage that fit in nearly anywhere. Another benefit is that it doesn’t require a green thumb. Your backyard pond or moistened container will ensure these house plants stay happy and healthy because they’re low-maintenance. Because it ticks these boxes and more, it’s easy to upgrade your decor with the Papyrus Plant!

  

4. Kimberly Queen Fern

Classic House Plant Looks with Updated Touches
A Classic Fern, Reimagined

When it comes to timeless house plants, there’s nothing like a green, beautifully full fern. And the Kimberly Queen comes with minimal maintenance and adaptability in tow. The Kimberly Queen’s tropical, exotic feel makes it second to none for heightening both your patio and outdoor spaces. Plus, because it features an upright, clean-lined silhouette, it’s even easier to maintain, no matter where you place it. Add the Kimberly Queen to your home!

 

5. Braided Benjamina Ficus Tree

Lush Looks Set the Ficus Apart from Typical House Plants
The Ficus, Redefined

Last but not least, the cream of the crop for house plants: the Ficus. Except this pick deviates from the status quo in the best way. Thanks to its braided silhouette with natural weeping foliage, the Braided Benjamina boasts a cleaner look and sleek visual interest than your typical house plants with a laid-back twist. Plus, it tolerates long periods with no sunlight and withstands the occasional freeze. Lend a unique touch to your home with the Braided Benjamina Ficus Tree!

Banana Trees

 

 

Our House Plants Make Home Improvement Easy

And with these top five botanicals, you’ll get maintenance and lush looks in one. Choose your favorite from our selection of house plants—from ferns to ficuses, we have it all!

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