These Are The Top Plants You Can Grow In Your Indoor Green Walls

Lipstick plant (Aeschynanthus radicans)

Bright red flowers emerging from black calyces and waves of bloom appearing all year long, the Lipstick plant is one of the best indoor plants to have. It can manage on lower light levels and dry conditions. It’s a free-flowing plant with cascading, illuminating green leaves and burgundy underneath.


Sword Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)

The Sword fern will be on everyone’s list as it is one of easiest plants to take care of. It works well for humid regions keeping the temperature moderate and controlled. The sword fern thus becomes an easy choice for outdoor gardens as well.


Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum wallisii)

The most common home plants are Peace Lilies. Able to tolerate lower light and light humidity, it is relatively easy to take care of these plants. For flower lovers, peace lily is a good option.


Pothos (Epipremnum sp.)

Epipremnum or most commonly known as Pothos is one of the best plants for low level light. Easy to maintain, the Pothos can be hanged or climbed. They can get wiry as they grow longer and longer. Many consumers have bought this plant for decoration purposes.


Rabbit’s foot fern (Davallia fejeensis)

Davallia fejeensis comes from Fiji. The plant resembles a rabbit’s foot thus getting its name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil. This plant can be grown outdoors in humid climates but is most commonly grown as an indoor house plant. Unlike other ferns, Rabbit’s foot fern doesn’t like to be moist all the time and prefers indirect to low light.


Cretan brake fern (Pteris cretica)

Suitable for growing indoors, Cretan bake is very popular amongst plant lovers. They are fairly easy to grow indoors compared to other ferns. They do follow the similar care and conditions compared to other ferns but seem to be a bit more forgiving if a grower gets it wrong.


Wedding Vine (Stephanotis floribunda)

Stephanotis floribunda belongs to the flowering plant species and is native to Madagascar. Also known as Madagascar Jasmine, the plant grows can grow beyond 6 metres. The Wedding Vine is an evergreen woody climber with white, beautiful, glossy touch having an intense fragrance


Dracaena (Dracaena sp.)

Dracaenas are again very popular amongst home grown plants. They grow upright with strap-like leaves and are often bicolored, with variations of whites, creams, yellows and reds. They handle different temperature ranges but don’t favour chilly environments. With adequate lighting, the leaf colour may fade slightly.


Crotons (Codiaeum variegatum pictum)

The beauty of admiring Crotons is when they are exposed to bright light. New leaves will be smaller and less intensely pigmented in low light conditions. Adding exotic touch to your indoor green walls, these colourful shrubs can grow up to 6 feet tall.


Philodendron (Philodendron sp.)

Philodendron plant is tagged with multiple common names including golden pothos, hunter's robe, ivy arum, money plant, silver vine, Solomon Islands ivy and taro vine. It also famously goes by the name of devil's vine or devil's ivy because it is almost impossible to kill. For many generations, philodendrons have served as a favourite in interior gardens. Even inexperienced houseplant owners will have no trouble growing philodendron plants as they are very easy to care.