This very popular houseplant is known for its tall, broad, tropical foliage. They are known for their blooms, but they rarely produce them indoors. This plant can grow over six feet tall, so be sure to have an adequate space for it to thrive. They contain toxins in their leaves.
Bird of Paradise
As one of the most iconic houseplants, this plant loves bright, indirect light. When it comes to watering, they are sensitive to tap so try distilled or allow it to sit outside in the rain. Since this plant uses a lot of energy to produce giant leaves, use rich soil and fertilize in the spring. Clean the leaves regularly and mist frequently to mimic its tropical atmosphere. The leaves tend to split as they mature, but don't worry, your plant is healthy!