Aesthetic Plants That Will Give Your Home An Instant Personality

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If you are a plant lover and love to have the green beauty around you then you should try aesthetic plants for your space. These green plants make your room look aesthetic, reduce stress, purify the air, and boost productivity.

The beautiful aesthetic plants have an ability to create an optic interest in your home. There are a large variety of beautiful house plants that can be taken care of easily. However, finding the right plant for your room can be quite challenging. There are so many options in aesthetic plants, from striking palm plants that will require a lot of water to fiddle leaf fig plants that do not require that much water. 

Here are a few best aesthetic plants or trees you can find for your home online right now.


ferns Aesthetic Plants

If you are looking for the best indoor plants, then you must go for a lush evergreen plant. Look no further; ferns make the best choice. This evergreen plant not only improves the humidity, however also helps to get rid of the harmful toxins.

There are varieties of these aesthetic plants you can find online. However, Boston Fern is considered one of the best picks. Boston fern also offers real health benefits to people who suffer from an irritable, dry throat or dry nose. 

 This plant needs regular watering and bright indirect light to survive indoors. Because of these properties, ferns are the most beautiful aesthetic plants with plant stands. These are a top pick for most people because of their extremely easy maintenance.

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Majesty Palm Plant

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Majesty palm (Ravenea rivularis) adds classic good looks to the indoors and outdoor spaces, and it is also an easy-care plant. This beautiful green plant creates an aesthetic look in your home. Its delicate texture seems to be what you are looking for in aesthetic plants. These beautiful house plants bring a dose of tropical life to your room or home. One of the superb properties of the majesty palm is it purifies the air too. Apart from this, here are some qualities of these beautiful aesthetic plants that you should know.

  • Majesty palm likes it wet.
  • It can reach upto 80 feet
  • Majesty palm don’t mind partial shade
  • These plants like humidity
  • It is a slow grower

Birds of Paradise

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Unusual, gorgeous, and one of the tropical plants. If you have ever mistaken a bird for a plant or vice versa, then you may have come across a bird of paradise plant. These best and gorgeous indoor plants will change the look of your home. Let’s take a closer look at these beautiful house plants.

If you are looking for a more design approach, you will appreciate its different dispositions to keep them in bright light and water them regularly.

Birds of paradise are a species of tropical herbaceous plant and are native to southern Africa. This plant is a close relative of bananas(Musaceae). Many times this plant mistook its identity with the banana tree. These aesthetic plants are named for beautiful, crane-like flowers that look like the birds of paradise. 

If taken care of under the right conditions, proper humidity, full southern-like exposure, and temperature, birds of paradise may flower indoors.

Check out the steps to take care of these plants.


These living room plants need bright indirect light and are not suited for low light.


Birds of paradise need water every 1-2 weeks when the soil is dry out between waterings and don’t like moist soil. They need more water in bright light and less water in lower light. Birds of paradise can show magical results from filtered water.


Prefers humid conditions; however, normal humidity will also do. Consider incorporating a humidifier or fine mist mister to boost the humidity level.


Most living room or indoor plants prefer the temperature between 65°F-85°F, i.e. (18°C-30°C). It would be best not to go below 60°F (15°C) 

Monstera Deliciosa

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Monstera deliciosa is also known by its most common name, “swiss cheese plant,” it is one of the best aesthetic plants because of its huge, glossy, dark green leaves. It can be a striking addition to your home. It is a woody vine plant that grows in the parts of south and north America, where it can reach upto 70 feet tall. This green plant is also popular as it gives an aesthetic look to the place and has few diseases or pests. The gorgeous leaves of monstera deliciosa can be upto 3feet wide and develop holes, giving it its whimsical name. These low maintenance plants prefers bright indirect light and great for experienced plant people and newbies.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

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If you are someone who forgets to water their plants, then Fiddle leaf is the best pick for you. The fiddle leaf fig tree is one of the drought tolerant plants that can survive and thrive without water for up to 14 days or two weeks. This low-maintenance plant is a hot houseplant as the fiddle leaf fig makes an architectural and gorgeous statement in your house. However, this shiny rich plant with violin-shaped leaves looks stunning; however it is hard to keep alive. 

We have some tips for growing and keeping these beautiful house plants alive and thriving in your home.

You cannot grow a fiddle-leaf fig plant from a leaf.

To successfully grow a fiddle leaf fig plant, you need to start with a stem cutting, preferably 6 inches attached to a leaf. After cutting the thin stems, you have to plant it into another pot and water it whenever it is dried. After a few days, you will notice that a new bud is sprouting from that stem. Here is your new fiddle leaf fig plant ready.

A fiddle-leaf fig tree is even more finicky than you thought.

Have you heard this before? Fiddle-leaf fig trees don’t like soil moist, drafts that are too wet, too much sun, soil that is too dry, dry air.

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 This houseplant will outgrow your house.

The good thing about this plant is that it can outgrow itself into a tree. If the fiddle leaf fig tree is happy in your home, then it will outgrow your house. It would be best to move the tree to a sheltered place to keep it protected from wind, cold temperature, sunburn. 

Olive Tree

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Olives have been cultivated for hundreds of years for their oil and fruits. If you love the look of this beautiful plant, then you may grow olive plants too. However, keeping them alive is not an easy task. 

They grow at their best when placed near a sun-facing window and they grow in soil that drains easily. These green plants come from really toasty weather near the Mediterranean region. However, they can also be cultivated in a warmer climate zone. 

If you keep the olive tree pots indoors in winters then you must move the plant in the sun during summers. 

Cactus Plant

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Cactus is the best indoor plant which can be a great addition to the home. Thanks to its size, delicate flowers and its striking shapes these are some of the best aesthetic plants. 

Most cacti need to be watered once a week, which is good if you always forget to water your plants. These low-maintenance indoor plants are decorative and unique ways to add interest to your home. 

For plant lovers, the cactus is a perfect small plants as you only need to water it moderately. In Fact it is much better to underwater it than to overwater it. These beautiful and best aesthetic plants are slow-growing and mostly self-sustaining and also stores moisture in its roots, stems and leaves.

Rubber Plant

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If you want to make a bold statement, then you must go for a rubber plant. Rubber plants are also known as rubber figs and ficus elastic. Being an attractive and low-maintenance beautiful houseplants, it also purifies the air of its surroundings.

Rubber plant can grow upto 50 feet. This green plant provides your room an aesthetic look with its broad and glossy leaves. A rubber fig needs moist soil and bright indirect light.

When learning how to take care of a rubber plant, there are few things that you must remember. 

Proper light and water

When it comes to the care of rubber plants, the correct balance of light and water is crucial. You must control the amount of water and light the plant gets because the plant will die if it gets too much of either.

These aesthetic plants need bright indirect light, and they should not be too hot. Some people recommend placing it near a window with sheer curtains. This method allows plenty of light; however, it must not be too hot.

The plant also needs the right amount of water during the growing season and needs to be kept moist. You can also wipe out the leaves of your rubber plant with a damp cloth and spray a little water in the roots and stems to keep them moist. If you water your tree too much, it will signal you by turning the leaves brown and yellow and even falling off.

During winters, it only needs to be watered twice a month or even less. If you notice the leaves are dropping down but not falling apart then just increase the quantity of water.

Propagation of rubber plant

Once you know how to take care of your rubber plant and it starts growing well, you can go with the propagation on the plants.

There are a couple of methods of creating new plant cuttings. The simplest way is to cut off a small branch from a healthy plant and put it in a soil pot and water it regularly.

Another method is air layering. In this method, you make a small cut in a healthy plant, put a toothpick into it, and pack with damp moss. After this, wrap the cut with plastic to maintain the moisture level. Once the roots begin to appear, cut off that part from the branch and plant it in another potting soil.

All these steps will lead us to successful and healthy rubber plant care.

Calathea Plant

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The calathea plant is used for indoor decoration purposes, often used in offices and homes. This plant prefers indirect lighting, which makes it perfect as an indoor plant. These plants are a top pick for indoor purposes as they are easy to care for and look great. Their two-tone, reptile-like leaves add interest to any corner. 

This popular low light plant is generally known as a pet-friendly plant.

Calathea is a low-maintenance indoor plant that also needs bright but indirect sunlight to grow. It is because these plants grow on the grounds of the forests and cannot receive proper sunlight due to the top of the trees. in fact, if placed into direct sunlight, it can burn their leaves, and as a result, they can lose their vibrant colors.

Calatheas growth depends on its type. Like a lot of indoor plants, calathea grows slowly. As being a wild plant, it tends to grow at a fast rate. However, they will not become a problem and spread out over their pots. 

As for flowers, this plant mostly blooms in the wild and doesn’t bloom much indoors. However, there are some exceptions.

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Final words 

These were some of our favorite aesthetic indoor plants. All these plants vary in water and maintenance requirements which makes them suitable for every plant lover. No matter which plant you pick, do not forget to learn how to take care of your plant. If you find this article helpful then let me know in the comments box and also tell me about your favourite aesthetic plants.

Nikita shishodia