Rare house plants are not so well known but have the ability to add a lot of life to your home. They come in many different types which can vary from being toxic to being easy to look after.
There are two ways in which you could go about searching for rare house plants, one is browsing plant stores and looking out through their catalogs or even going along to a garden center and looking through what they have there.
The other way is by using the Internet which has a number of rare houseplant websites where you can read up about them and even buy some online.
The best thing to do when looking for a new plant is to ask the staff at the store or look online at the plant’s description to see how it should be cared for.
So there you have it – 10 of the most popular (and rare) houseplants that you can add
1. ZZ Plant
2. Chinese Evergreen
The Chinese evergreen is a low-maintenance houseplant that is tolerant of a variety of environments. It has dark green leaves with silver veins and grows best in shady or dimly lit areas.
3. Peace Lily
Bromeliads are also known as air plants because their root system only consists of small scales instead of being grounded in soil. They are native to Latin America and do best in high humidity environments with indirect lighting or no lighting at all.
5. Ponytail Palm
Orchids are considered showy flowers with hundreds of different species available in the market. In addition to being easy to care for, orchids come in a variety of colors and can be found in both indoor and outdoor environments.
Hoyas are succulent plants that are native to India, Southeast Asia, and Australia. They are easy to care for and come in a variety of shapes and colors.
8. Snake Plant
The snake plant, also known as the mother-in-law’s tongue, is a hardy houseplant that can survive in low light and drought conditions. It has long, narrow leaves that are green with yellow or white stripes.
9. Spider Plant
10. Cast-Iron Plant
The cast iron plant is low maintenance and has dark green leaves with silver veins. It thrives in bright light conditions and requires little water or fertilizer to survive.