10 Tall Indoor Plants To Elevate Your Interior

Originally from Australia, the kentia palm is a slow growing plant that would fit seamlessly in a corner of your home.

Kentia Palm

They can be a bit harder to care for and will often drop leaves when you first bring them home, which can be a bit scary, especially if you don’t have a lot of plants already.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Perhaps one of the most popular houseplants of all time, the monstera (Swiss Cheese plant) is a stunner. The leaves grow the way they do to allow light to reach the bottom ones.


Make a real statement with a bird of paradise (Strelitzia reginae). It’s rare for these plants to flower indoors, but it is possible if you treat it right.

Bird of Paradise

Rubber plants are great tall indoor plants and would look great in the corner of your room next to a window.

Rubber plants

The money tree is a popular housewarming plant that is believed to bring good fortune and prosperity to the recipient.

Money Tree

Another unkillable plant is the snake plant. If you want a large snake plant, you’ll need to purchase it bigger as they do take a really long time to grow.

Snake Plant

While you may not think about growing an olive tree indoors, you absolutely can, it just won’t grow olives.

Olive Tree

If you’re tight on space but still want some height, a dragon tree is your best option. They’re drought-tolerant and are happy in most light conditions.

Dragon Tree

Corn plants are fun because they can make you feel like you’re living somewhere tropical.

Corn Plant

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