What the Best Houseplants for Apartments have in Common
- Apartment plants are relatively low-maintenance, meaning they don’t require much care beyond watering and fertilizer.
- Houseplants for apartments are very forgiving and bounce back quickly if you forget to water them.
- Indoor plants for small apartments don’t drop leaves everywhere and make a mess.
- Apartment plants are hardy and long-lived.
- Houseplants for small spaces are fairly flexible of their light needs.
- The best plants for apartments are typically smaller in stature, though floor-sized houseplants can be beautiful, too.
Apartment Plants for Table Tops
These small-statured houseplants are ideal for small spaces. They don’t take up much room because they don’t grow very large, but yet they offer tons in terms of beauty and “green” appeal.
Apartment Trailing Plants for Shelves
The apartment plants on this list don’t grow tall, but they do grow long. With leaves and stems that tumble and trail, these indoor plants for small apartments look great perched on a plant stand, corner shelf, book case, or even in a hanging basket.
- Heart leaf Philodendron
- Devils Ivy Pothos
- Wondering Jew
- English Ivy
Apartment Medium Sized Plants for the Floor
Plants in this group are well-suited to table top displays when the plant is young, but once it’s a few years old and in a larger pot, these beautiful apartment plants are best displayed as floor plants. Tuck these tough plants into the corner of a room, next to a glass balcony window, or beside the apartment door, and they’ll be happy as can be, as long as they receive a suitable level of light.
- Dragon Tree
- Chinese Evergreen
- Corn Plant
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Of course, successful houseplant growing all begins by having the right plant in the right location. What does that mean? The Creek Side Green Team of plant professionals will help you make that light level determination and offer plant choices that best fill that location. For a longer explanation and/ or more houseplant care information, find it on the Creek Side website HERE.