The Best Large Trees for Interiors

We have some incredible back-to-nature ideas to help liven up your space and make your home look larger! In fact, you can simply introduce a couple of large tree houseplants to the decor. Just make sure you buy young plants so they can adapt to the surroundings of your home. Also, make sure your ceilings are tall enough to support some trees that will grow quite tall. Live house plants help with removing toxins from the air, bringing nature inside, and are amazing topics of conversations! We hope our following list will help you jump on the bandwagon. Remember, it all starts with just one tree house plant!

Parlour Palm

Let us start with the oh-so-familiar, Parlour Palm. We recommend it because they are inexpensive and will grow tall indoors. The palm has long tropical palms like sprouts coming off the center stalk. To be happy, the palm needs low light with lots of water.

Dragon Tree

Dragon trees can grow well over ten feet. They will grow tall, but the height will not be exactly straight. The tree will have various sprouts from the stalk. Dragon trees need a medium amount to a lot of indirect light and water approximately once a week. A tip is that if the leaves are falling off the plant, it is not getting enough sunlight.

Rubber Tree

Rubber trees have large dark green, glossy leaves and will grow to five or six feet in height. Make sure for maintenance purposes that you wipe the leaves off weekly to keep them beautiful and healthy. Rubber trees need medium indirect light and water approximately once a week or when soil is dry.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

These broadleaf trees are a little high maintenance, but they are gorgeous and can grow to over ten feet tall. They need bright indirect sunlight, water a couple of times per week. Also, they like being left where they are thriving, so do not move around, or their leaves will drop!

Triangle Ficus Tree

This ficus tree has triangular leaves and grows in an open, airy way, so make sure you have plenty of diameter for the tree. It is a very hardy and easy to grow plant compared to the Fiddle Leaf Fig tree. It needs bright light, humidity, and do not let it dry out.

We would love to hear which tree or trees you chose in the comment section. Happy planting!

 

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