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Welcome the joy of gardening indoors with our wonderful range of house plants. Grown with you in mind, we’ve selected the best indoor plants for enriching your home. Bringing more greenery inside helps purify the air, add a natural flourish to your living space, and introduces that sense of calm too. From tall Monsteras to the iconic Aloe Vera, finding your perfect house plant starts here.

And if you want to do things a little different, grab yourself a house plant plug. You can nurture it your way from the start and save some money, but it'll arrive small!

Mix and match and grow a house plant all your own!



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House Plant FAQS

  • Which plant is good for the bedroom?

    For bedrooms, you may want to opt for an indoor plant that releases oxygen at night and purifies the air. For example, Aloe Vera is a great succulent for your sleeping time as it is easy to care for and has immense benefits. Peace Lillies also release oxygen at night. 

    For aesthetic reasons, just choose the house plant that matches your taste and bedroom style. Got space for a larger plant on the floor, or want to decorate with adesk plant? It’s up to you! Take a look at more indoor plants such aslounge, dining, and bedroom plants. Just pick the perfectplanter to top your design off.
  • Do plants help with dust?

    Yes! Incredibly, plants can help reduce dust in a room. Dust particles are removed from the air by being rapped on the leaves. Plants aren't immune though, so make sure you dust them every now and again to keep them in great condition.
  • Can you have plants in a room without windows?

    You should avoid putting plants in rooms without windows as plants get their food and energy from sunlight. However, some plants need less sunlight than others, so you can place some species in darker rooms – just make sure they get some sort of sunlight throughout the day.