Indoor

10 best indoor plants

Designed by
Freddie, Founder of Patch

Not all plants were born equal and here we've put together a shortlist of our 10 favourites....shhh...don't tell the others. Not only do they look great, they are all exceptionally low-maintenance. A win-win. 

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Big Ken is a tough lad who won't be phased by difficult growing conditions. He works wonders to fill a space in any room, but we like him best in a living room, where he has the ability to totally transform the space thanks to his arching fronds that can cast shapely shadows across plain walls. 

Rick is an impressive specimen who will, in return for just a little attention from time to time, happily show off to you his shiny, elegant leaves. If you're extremely lucky, he will even grow small, white flowers as well – and all for minimal effort!

Our Susie originally heralds from central Africa and, ever since, has gathered a whole host of rich nicknames, including "Snake plant", "Viper's Bowstring hemp". "Saint George's Sword" and "Mother-in-law's tongue". She is truly the beginner's houseplant, but that's not to say she's boring. Her magical benefits include, so say some, being able to help you sleep better.

Pippa can offer a calming presence to the home thanks to her soft dark-green foliage, year-round flowers and her ability to tolerate deep shade.

Phil has been a main-stay in the houseplant team for generations, thanks mostly to his dramatic heart-shaped foliage. He is not only bold, but also easy to care for if you keep an eye out for his signs of good and poor health. 

Originally from western Africa, Fidel will help your space achieve a tropical look with his lyre-shaped leaves. Besides the aesthetic appeal of his glossy dark green leaves, Fidel makes for the perfect house plant as he is tough and can cope with less-than-perfect conditions.

Raven is the new kid on the houseplant block having only been launched in the summer of 2017. He's closely related to Cassie in nature however his striking black foliage sets him apart from the rest and will be sure to make an impact in your space. Raven is also exceptionally low-maintenance - what's not to love?

Sharon almost swaggers with her elegant, arched palm-fronds. Originally from Mexico, this lady has been one of the most popular indoor plants since Victorian times (she's nicknamed the 'Parlour Palm') and she'll easily thrive in any spot in a home or workplace.

Rapunzel is perhaps one of the most versatile plants when it comes to our indoor low-maintenance plants. Her marbled green and yellow heart-shaped locks hang elegantly, able to adapt and enhance to almost any environment, whether she's trailing off a bookshelf, or acting as a privacy screen in a window. As well as greening up your nook and cranny, Rapunzel will also get to work cleansing your air of unwelcome pollutants.

If you're on a mission for the perfect indoor plants, look no further! Our mixed succulents come in a broad variety of colours, shapes and textures and are perfect for the novice and forgetful gardener as they are mostly self-sufficient.

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Contains one 160-180cm Howea forsteriana, one Dracaena fragrans, one 50-60cm Sansevieria, one medium Peace lily, one Philodendron, one medium Ficus lyrata, one Zamiolculcas raven, one 50-60cm Chamaedorea, one Golden pothos and one small succulent. Pots for plants are also included.

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