Move indoors with your garden
It’s no longer enough to have a few houseplants dotted in and amongst your decor. Instead, answer the call of the wild and create a fanciful interior where every space defers to nature through an abundance of lush, living greenery. There’s a new trend for displaying indoor specimens that is taking root in spatially restrictive urban settings – a more-is-more approach underpinned by a maximalist mantra. The result is a hyper-stylised and whimsical aesthetic of woodland fairy-tale meets tropical fantasy.
Typically well suited to indoor conditions, the following plants will thrive with the right care.
Air plants • Asparagus Fern • Arrowhead Plant • Bamboo Palm • Betel Leaf Plant • Bird’s Nest Fern • Bromeliad • Button Fern • Calathea • Creeping Fig • Delicious Monster • Devil’s Ivy • Ficus or Fiddle-leaf Fig • Heartleaf Philodendron • Leather Fern • Maidenhair Fern • Mother-In-Law’s Tongue (also known as the dieffenbachia plant or dumb cane) • Peace Lily • Silver Lace Fern • Spider Plant • Star Jasmine • Sweet Viburnum • Tree Fern • Wandering Jew (also known as the Inch plant)