Best Indoor Plants

November 13, 2017

As the weather gets colder and colder, it gets a little more bleak each time you look out your window. The leaves have all fallen, and the rest of your plants are powering down for the long winter before reemerging full of life in the spring. Instead of mourning the loss of your vibrant yard this winter, why not bring a little bit of life indoors to enjoy throughout the coldest months?

There are many different indoor plants that can really bring life to your living space (as well as improve air quality!). Here are a few of the best indoor plants!


These plants are a great indoor plant for a few reasons. One, they grow quickly so you’ll have a gorgeous plant to look at in no-time. They look great in either a pot or as a hanging plant, which gives you plenty of options when trying to decide where to put it in your home. You can even use it as a climbing plant if you like! And lastly, pothos are known for their air-purifying qualities.


Not only will it add that greenery to your home that you crave all winter long, but aloe plants are very functional as well. Cut off a bit of your aloe plant next time you get a cut or a burn for instant relief. And with a plant that prefers the soil to dry out completely between waterings, you’re sure not to accidentally kill it.

Snake Plant

The snake plant, or ribbon plant, is actually a succulent. These plants with thick, waxy leaves Another bonus is that snake plants are very low-maintenance. Leave them in their pot and forget to water for a week or two and it’ll be just as happy as can be.

English Ivy

A classic option with a classic look, english ivy is timeless and elegant with leaves that cascade down your bookshelf or off a shelf. Can’t get enough of your english ivy plant? No problem. Simply cut off a big of your plant and you can start a whole new one!

Peace Lily

Looking for something with more than just greenery? The peace lily has beautiful white curved blooms that are sure to brighten any winter. They’re also great as an indoor plant because they do well in low-light, so no need to worry about making sure it’s positioned right in front of a window!

Shamrock Plant

If you’re feeling a little glum after the holidays, why not get excited about St. Patrick’s Day by bringing a shamrock plant into your home? With bright green leaves and cute little white flowers, you can’t go wrong. Keep your shamrock plant in bright, but indirect light. And it prefers soil to dry out between waterings so no need to fuss over your shamrock plant.

You’ll be busy enjoying your beautiful indoor plants when, before you know it, spring will be upon us. When spring comes, don’t forget to give your outdoor plants and lawn the best chance at a thriving summer season. Let My All Green help you prepare with some fertilizing treatments. Contact them today to set up your spring treatments!