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Best Indoor Plants in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best indoor plants in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Indoor plants add the “feel good” factor to a home or office! It is with their presence that our home attracts positive vibes. They also keep an element of “green” indoors. It is always pleasurable to be around nature, but in modern times we have lost that touch. Indoor plants are a fantastic way to inch a little closer to nature, or dare we save, have a piece of nature with us!

 

Venture an inch closer to nature with our top 7 best indoor plants for home in India!

UPDATED

12/6/2021

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Rating

Plant Type

Water Requirement

Maximum Growth Height

Pro's & Con's

Weight

Special Features

Light Requirement

Pot Included

Warranty

Return Policy

Indoor Plants

Ugaoo

Indoor Plants

B07TRKSM57 (ASIN

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9.6 / 10

01/2021

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Tropical Plant

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Low

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24-36 inches

Low maintenance
Air purifying qualities
Comes with plastic pots
399 g

Removes Formaldehyde, Benzene & Carbon Monoxide

  

Survives well on low light and water

Low

Ugaoo

Hahnii Plant

B071NMHPSY (ASIN)

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9.5 / 10

01/2021

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Snake Plant

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Low

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6-12 inches

Air purifying qualities
Low on maintenance
Survives on watering once a week
390 g
Air purifier plant
Low

Ugaoo

Bamboo Plant

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9.4 / 10

01/2021

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House Plant

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Medium

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6-12 inches

Pot is self watering
Low on maintenance
Survives on watering twice a week
Does not purify or enhance air quality
390.09 g

Self-watering pot

  

Low on maintenance

  

High visual appeal

Medium

Ferns 'N' Petals

Layer Bamboo

COUR30451

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9.3 / 10

01/2021

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House Plant

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Medium

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Up to 5 inches

Associated with Feng Shui
Growth can be manipulated by controlling the exposure to light
Highly recommended for bestowing good luck!
Does not purify or enhance air quality
390 g

Highly used in Feng Shui

  

Said to get you double luck

Medium

Root Bridges

Lipstick Plant

B083M3DXM5 (ASIN)

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Our Rating

9.2 / 10

01/2021

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Tropical Plant

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Medium

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6-12 inches approximately

Perfect desk plant
Has air purifying qualities
Pot is a little hefty to sit on desk
Does not do well in direct sunlight
Cannot sustain in an extremely cold climate
800 g

Excellent foliage plant

  

Double stem

  

Air purifying qualities

Medium

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ZZ Plant

B07NCXGJBF (ASIN)

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9.1 / 10

01/2021

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Flowering Plant

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Medium

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6-7.8 inches

Low maintenance
Does well in indirect sunlight
Has air purifying qualities
The wetness of the soil has to be kept in check
498.95 g
Low maintenance
Medium

Ferns 'N' Petals

Money Plant

B07BMTRJLG (ASIN)

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9.0 / 10

01/2021

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Tropical Wetland Plant

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High

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Up to 8 inches

Plant help remove volatile organic compounds
White ceramic pot is included
White ceramic pot is included
Water requirement is high since it is a wetland plant
Does not do well in direct sunlight
500 g
Plant helps remove pollutants in the air
Medium

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9.6 / 10

01/2021

Pro's & Con's

Low maintenance
Air purifying qualities
Comes with plastic pots

Features

Plant Type

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Water Requirement

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Maximum Growth Height

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24-36 inches

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399 g

Special Features

Removes Formaldehyde, Benzene & Carbon Monoxide

  

Survives well on low light and water

Light Requirement

Low

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Warranty

Return Policy

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Buyer’s Guide - Best Indoor plants in India 2021

Inching closer to nature!

1

Features: Most important purchase criteria for an indoor plant

These are some crucial yardsticks you should look for!

2

Use Cases: The best indoor plant for you

Find out which one serves your needs!

3

FAQs: Learn more about details

Get your doubts solved with these!

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How To: Usage hints and care instructions for indoor plants

Your step-by-step guide for a wonderful house garden!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for an indoor plant

1.1 Location

Placing the plant is quite an essential aspect to consider. The place has to be perfect in every aspect. Before you get a plant, the primary thing is to access your home and check where you can keep the plants. Consider the size of the plant and the decor in your house. 

This should get you a step closer to selecting the perfect best indoor plant for home in India.

Placing the plant is quite an essential aspect to consider. The place has to be perfect in every aspect. Before you get a plant, the primary thing is to access your home and check where you can keep the plants. Consider the size of the plant and the decor in your house. 

This should get you a step closer to selecting the perfect best indoor plant for home in India.

1.2 Place's Brightness

Once you have finalized the spots for placing the plants, you should look at how bright they are. Light is a critical element for plants and a big reason why plants don’t do well without it. 

You should see how far these spots are from the window and the direction of the direct sunlight available. This will also determine what plants will do well in your house.

Our Recommendation: If your home has low light, select the spots that receive the most light.

Once you have finalized the spots for placing the plants, you should look at how bright they are. Light is a critical element for plants and a big reason why plants don’t do well without it. 

You should see how far these spots are from the window and the direction of the direct sunlight available. This will also determine what plants will do well in your house.

Our Recommendation: If your home has low light, select the spots that receive the most light.

1.3 Time Available for Gardening

Indoor plants also need an equal amount of maintenance as outdoor plants. You cannot be doing this just as a pass time! You will have to be observant and diligent enough to keep a keen eye on your plants and their health! This doesn’t imply you have to spend your time just with plants. 

If you are short on time, low maintenance plants are also there!

For the initial stage, you can start with a few pots and expand as you learn more. Do not buy a dozen and then be overwhelmed!

Indoor plants also need an equal amount of maintenance as outdoor plants. You cannot be doing this just as a pass time! You will have to be observant and diligent enough to keep a keen eye on your plants and their health! This doesn’t imply you have to spend your time just with plants. 

If you are short on time, low maintenance plants are also there!

For the initial stage, you can start with a few pots and expand as you learn more. Do not buy a dozen and then be overwhelmed!

1.4 Read About Plants

To know about the plant, you need to read about them. Some plants may have labels attached to them, be sure you read up. If not, then read about them on the internet. Although there is a lot of misinformation there too, getting the basics right can indeed be achieved. 

Labels many time specify the type of fertilizers, watering requirements and other essentials.

To know about the plant, you need to read about them. Some plants may have labels attached to them, be sure you read up. If not, then read about them on the internet. Although there is a lot of misinformation there too, getting the basics right can indeed be achieved. 

Labels many time specify the type of fertilizers, watering requirements and other essentials.

1.5 Soil

Many online plants come with soiled filled pots. But we recommend that you change the soil and fill it with fresh soil. This you can get anywhere in a nearby nursery. 

Once you change the soil, be sure that the roots are well covered and that the soil is porous for the water to percolate.

Many online plants come with soiled filled pots. But we recommend that you change the soil and fill it with fresh soil. This you can get anywhere in a nearby nursery. 

Once you change the soil, be sure that the roots are well covered and that the soil is porous for the water to percolate.

1.6 Pests

Once you get the plant, check all the leaves and stems carefully. Keep a close eye on any damages or weird colour changes in the leaves. For example, a leaf turning yellow is never a good sign.

Once you get the plant, check all the leaves and stems carefully. Keep a close eye on any damages or weird colour changes in the leaves. For example, a leaf turning yellow is never a good sign.

1.7 Size

This is a genuinely subjective feature to compare. It depends on individual tastes and preferences. Both the small and large plants have their own plus and minus.

If you are looking for a desk plant or a window plant, then the smaller ones would be a great pick. But they are also prone to not talking roots since they have been newly planted and still developing. The smaller plants can be easily affected by changes in the environment. Thus you will have to pay more attention to them.

The larger plants are more mature, thus making it easy for them to acclimatize. But they take up more space and won’t fit on your desk. You will need a large area to keep them.

This choice will indeed depend upon your preferences!

This is a genuinely subjective feature to compare. It depends on individual tastes and preferences. Both the small and large plants have their own plus and minus.

If you are looking for a desk plant or a window plant, then the smaller ones would be a great pick. But they are also prone to not talking roots since they have been newly planted and still developing. The smaller plants can be easily affected by changes in the environment. Thus you will have to pay more attention to them.

The larger plants are more mature, thus making it easy for them to acclimatize. But they take up more space and won’t fit on your desk. You will need a large area to keep them.

This choice will indeed depend upon your preferences!

1.8 Compare Plants

If you have a platter full of choices, then there is an opportunity to take your pick! You will need to carefully evaluate all your preferences and then choose the one for you! 

Consider the above features very carefully before you pick!

If you have a platter full of choices, then there is an opportunity to take your pick! You will need to carefully evaluate all your preferences and then choose the one for you! 

Consider the above features very carefully before you pick!

2. Use Cases: The best indoor plant for you

You will have to choose the plants based on your needs. But here are a few tips to help you decide easily.

You will have to choose the plants based on your needs. But here are a few tips to help you decide easily.

2.1 Which plants will be the best for my office?

If you want an office plant with low-light, then spider plant or lucky bamboo is your best pick. However, if you have a well-lit window, then you can go for aloe, barrel cactus or any in the mammillaria family. 

If you want an office plant with low-light, then spider plant or lucky bamboo is your best pick. However, if you have a well-lit window, then you can go for aloe, barrel cactus or any in the mammillaria family. 

2.2 Which plants will give me minimum water requirement?

If you are short on water, then go for succulents or chinese evergreen. These require a lot less water than the typical plants and are known as “Desert Beauties.”

If you are short on water, then go for succulents or chinese evergreen. These require a lot less water than the typical plants and are known as “Desert Beauties.”

2.3 Which plant will be great according to my available space?

If you want a tall, grand beauty to adorn the space, then go for split-leaf philodendron. However, if you want the exact opposite, then jade, begonia, and pelargonium will be the best pick.

If you want a tall, grand beauty to adorn the space, then go for split-leaf philodendron. However, if you want the exact opposite, then jade, begonia, and pelargonium will be the best pick.

2.4 Which plant is the best for removing chemicals and odours from my house?

Boston fern is known for removing chemicals from the surroundings. However, if you want to take away pet-odour or kitchen smells, then go for a lavender plant.

Boston fern is known for removing chemicals from the surroundings. However, if you want to take away pet-odour or kitchen smells, then go for a lavender plant.

2.5 Which plants will be great for my hanging garden?

You must opt for a soil-free air plant or English Ivy. As for your living room corner, an excellent low lying rubber plant or dragon tree would be great!

You must opt for a soil-free air plant or English Ivy. As for your living room corner, an excellent low lying rubber plant or dragon tree would be great!

2.6 Which plants will give me fresh kitchen essentials?

If you love fresh ingredients in your cooking, then plants like basil, tulsi, lemon-grass are more than perfect.

If you love fresh ingredients in your cooking, then plants like basil, tulsi, lemon-grass are more than perfect.

2.7 Which plant is great if I have not decided anything in particular?

If you haven’t decided anything specific, then go for an excellent pothos or money plant.

If you haven’t decided anything specific, then go for an excellent pothos or money plant.

3. FAQs: Learn more about details

3.1 Are indoor plants harmful?

The majority of the house plants are safe, but some may be poisonous to some people or pets. We recommend that you avoid any plants that are even mildly toxic.

The majority of the house plants are safe, but some may be poisonous to some people or pets. We recommend that you avoid any plants that are even mildly toxic.

3.2 Are indoor plants suitable for your health?

Yes, indoor plants are great for your health. They enhance the house’s visual beauty, and some studies have proven they increase productivity as well. Plants always hold the “feel good” factor and help improve concentration and reduce stress levels!

Yes, indoor plants are great for your health. They enhance the house’s visual beauty, and some studies have proven they increase productivity as well. Plants always hold the “feel good” factor and help improve concentration and reduce stress levels!

3.3 Can indoor plants survive without sunlight?

Usually, even house plants need direct sunlight to survive. We may try substituting that artificial lights like lamps or other lighting provisions. If you have a house with comparatively less sunlight, you can select plants that need low light to grow and survive.

Usually, even house plants need direct sunlight to survive. We may try substituting that artificial lights like lamps or other lighting provisions. If you have a house with comparatively less sunlight, you can select plants that need low light to grow and survive.

3.4 Can indoor plants be kept in the bedroom?

Yes, you can place indoor plants in the bedroom. They have a remarkable ability to clean and purify the air. Some plants take it a notch up and filter pollutants. So yes, it is a healthy idea to keep plants in the bedroom.

Yes, you can place indoor plants in the bedroom. They have a remarkable ability to clean and purify the air. Some plants take it a notch up and filter pollutants. So yes, it is a healthy idea to keep plants in the bedroom.

3.5 Can indoor plants grow in artificial light?

Sunlight is a perfect mixture of wavelengths that the plants need to succeed. But yes, you can try and grow them using artificial light. There are some plants like the low-light foliage that can grow perfectly without any natural light. Check our guide on how you can use artificial light to grow your indoor plants.

Sunlight is a perfect mixture of wavelengths that the plants need to succeed. But yes, you can try and grow them using artificial light. There are some plants like the low-light foliage that can grow perfectly without any natural light. Check our guide on how you can use artificial light to grow your indoor plants.

3.6 Can indoor plants cause breathing problems?

Yes, some plants are known for aggravating breathing problems like asthma and allergies. Rose, spider plants, ferns and ficus are just some examples you should know.

Yes, some plants are known for aggravating breathing problems like asthma and allergies. Rose, spider plants, ferns and ficus are just some examples you should know.

3.7 Can indoor plants really purify the air?

Yes, indoor or outdoor, both types of plants do really purify the air. Through photosynthesis, they soak in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air.

Yes, indoor or outdoor, both types of plants do really purify the air. Through photosynthesis, they soak in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air.

3.8 How do indoor plants photosynthesis?

If you are growing plants with artificial lights, then the wavelengths of energy given by the light are used by plants for photosynthesizing.

If you are growing plants with artificial lights, then the wavelengths of energy given by the light are used by plants for photosynthesizing.

3.9 How indoor plants help us?

Indoor plants benefit us in many ways, right from stress-busting to concentration. These add a dash of green to our daily lives and enhance the visual imprints we have. They are also a great company to have on a stressful day! It is scientifically proven that, although plants cannot talk, their presence improves the positive vibes around us!

Indoor plants benefit us in many ways, right from stress-busting to concentration. These add a dash of green to our daily lives and enhance the visual imprints we have. They are also a great company to have on a stressful day! It is scientifically proven that, although plants cannot talk, their presence improves the positive vibes around us!

3.10 Which indoor plants release oxygen at night?

Here are a few plants that give out oxygen at night; Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Areca Palm, Snake plant, Peace Lily and Spider plant!

Here are a few plants that give out oxygen at night; Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Areca Palm, Snake plant, Peace Lily and Spider plant!

4. How To: Usage hints and care instructions for indoor plants

4.1 How to pot a plant?

  1. If you want to re-pot the plant, then take the plant out, turn it sideways and slowly tap the pot’s bottom.

  2. If you have a garden trowel, then slowly and very carefully loosen the soil with it.

  3. Hold the plant by the stem very lightly and try to tug the plant out.

  4. Loosen the soil as and when required until you are able to take the plant out. PLEASE SEE that you are not damaging the roots in the process.

  5. Once the plant is out of the pot, it is ready to be re-potted.

  6. Add a little soil at the bottom of the new pot. If the pot has a drain hole at the bottom, cover it will some leftover coconut husk.

  7. Now put the plant in and cover it with fresh soil till the pot is full.

  8. Water the plant a little and keep it in light.

  9. Keep checking the plant for 48 hours.

  10. If you think that the plant is not holding the new pot's root, re-pot it again. Press the new soil a little harder this time.

  1. If you want to re-pot the plant, then take the plant out, turn it sideways and slowly tap the pot’s bottom.

  2. If you have a garden trowel, then slowly and very carefully loosen the soil with it.

  3. Hold the plant by the stem very lightly and try to tug the plant out.

  4. Loosen the soil as and when required until you are able to take the plant out. PLEASE SEE that you are not damaging the roots in the process.

  5. Once the plant is out of the pot, it is ready to be re-potted.

  6. Add a little soil at the bottom of the new pot. If the pot has a drain hole at the bottom, cover it will some leftover coconut husk.

  7. Now put the plant in and cover it with fresh soil till the pot is full.

  8. Water the plant a little and keep it in light.

  9. Keep checking the plant for 48 hours.

  10. If you think that the plant is not holding the new pot's root, re-pot it again. Press the new soil a little harder this time.

4.2 How to plant a seed?

  • Prepare the pot with fresh soil.

  • Dig a small and deep hole in the pot and put the seed in.

  • Cover the seed with soil and water a little.

  • Do not overwater the pot. Water only till the soil is wet.

  • Place the plant in light.

  • Prepare the pot with fresh soil.

  • Dig a small and deep hole in the pot and put the seed in.

  • Cover the seed with soil and water a little.

  • Do not overwater the pot. Water only till the soil is wet.

  • Place the plant in light.

4.3 How to use artificial light to grow indoor plants?

  • Find a lamp, ideally one that has a flexible neck.

  • Use one incandescent bulb and two compact fluorescent bulbs that have the highest wattage.

  • Aim the light towards the plant. If you can move around the lamp, they see that you place the fluorescent bulbs closer than the incandescent. This will avoid heat damage.

  • Place a mirror below the plant to reflect the light back on the leaves.

  • This light has to be given for 16 hours every day!

  • Find a lamp, ideally one that has a flexible neck.

  • Use one incandescent bulb and two compact fluorescent bulbs that have the highest wattage.

  • Aim the light towards the plant. If you can move around the lamp, they see that you place the fluorescent bulbs closer than the incandescent. This will avoid heat damage.

  • Place a mirror below the plant to reflect the light back on the leaves.

  • This light has to be given for 16 hours every day!

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about indoor plants

5.1Most of the indoor plants are a gift of the tropics. This is because they can easily grow in the warm indoor atmosphere and low light.

5.2The practice of having an indoor garden dates back to Egypt, India, and China’s ancient civilizations.

5.3Plants with thick stems are proven to reduce noise pollution using deflection and absorption of soundwaves.

5.1Most of the indoor plants are a gift of the tropics. This is because they can easily grow in the warm indoor atmosphere and low light.

5.2The practice of having an indoor garden dates back to Egypt, India, and China’s ancient civilizations.

5.3Plants with thick stems are proven to reduce noise pollution using deflection and absorption of soundwaves.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best indoor plants for home in India

Plants, our little pathways to connect to nature. We all have our likings when it comes to selecting indoor plants. It depends on various things, but most of all it boils down to the feeling that their presence gives us. 

Our 7 plants have been shortlisted, keeping in mind this very thing! We have focused on the type of plant, its watering requirements and height. Here are the quick overviews of best indoor plants for home!

Plants, our little pathways to connect to nature. We all have our likings when it comes to selecting indoor plants. It depends on various things, but most of all it boils down to the feeling that their presence gives us. 

Our 7 plants have been shortlisted, keeping in mind this very thing! We have focused on the type of plant, its watering requirements and height. Here are the quick overviews of best indoor plants for home!

6.1 Ugaoo Areca Palm & ZZ Plant, Golden Hahnii and Bamboo Plant: Our top 3!

  • Why?

    • All of these potted plants by Ugaoo are pure bliss to have at home.

    • The Areca palm, ZZ and the Hanini are super low on maintenance.

    • You can water the plants once every week.

    • The bamboo needs little attention and watering twice a week. But this is absolute bliss to the eye.

    • The plants can grow from 1 to 3 feet tall. However, bamboo and Hanini are perfect desk plants.

    • These plants are all potted and come with lovely chic looking soil-filled pots.

    • The Areca Palm and the ZZ plants have air-purifying qualities and will keep the air around you fresh and breathable.

    • Bamboo is often considered to bring luck and has a great place of importance in Feng Shui.

  • Why?

    • All of these potted plants by Ugaoo are pure bliss to have at home.

    • The Areca palm, ZZ and the Hanini are super low on maintenance.

    • You can water the plants once every week.

    • The bamboo needs little attention and watering twice a week. But this is absolute bliss to the eye.

    • The plants can grow from 1 to 3 feet tall. However, bamboo and Hanini are perfect desk plants.

    • These plants are all potted and come with lovely chic looking soil-filled pots.

    • The Areca Palm and the ZZ plants have air-purifying qualities and will keep the air around you fresh and breathable.

    • Bamboo is often considered to bring luck and has a great place of importance in Feng Shui.

6.2 Ferns’ N’ Petals 2 layer bamboo: The good luck charm

  • Why?

    • Bamboo is of extreme importance when it comes to “Good Luck.”

    • This one has a 2 layer of bamboo and is believed to double your luck.

    • It grows upto 5 inches and has a medium water requirement. You will need to water it twice a week.

    • It is the perfect desk plant.

    • This is also has a pot filled with soil.

  • Why?

    • Bamboo is of extreme importance when it comes to “Good Luck.”

    • This one has a 2 layer of bamboo and is believed to double your luck.

    • It grows upto 5 inches and has a medium water requirement. You will need to water it twice a week.

    • It is the perfect desk plant.

    • This is also has a pot filled with soil.

6.3 Lipstick Plant: A dash of colour

  • Why?

    • Famously known as “Chinese evergreen,” this plant is characterized by its long oval and reddish (or pinkish) leaves.

    • You will need to water this twice a week.

    • This is a double layer plant and will give you an excellent foliage feel.

    • It has air purifying qualities but does not do well when exposed to direct sunlight. You will have to keep it under artificial light.

  • Why?

    • Famously known as “Chinese evergreen,” this plant is characterized by its long oval and reddish (or pinkish) leaves.

    • You will need to water this twice a week.

    • This is a double layer plant and will give you an excellent foliage feel.

    • It has air purifying qualities but does not do well when exposed to direct sunlight. You will have to keep it under artificial light.

6.4 Cappl ZZ: The showstopper

  • Why?

    • This is a flowering plant and comes with its little bag of fertilizers.

    • It needs watering twice a week and grows up to 20 centimetres.

    • It is ideal as a desk plant. But you will need to keep a sharp eye on the top layer of the soil. If it’s dry, then you will have to water the plant.

    • This one also doesn’t do well in direct sunlight. Best expose it to artificial light or early morning sunlight.

  • Why?

    • This is a flowering plant and comes with its little bag of fertilizers.

    • It needs watering twice a week and grows up to 20 centimetres.

    • It is ideal as a desk plant. But you will need to keep a sharp eye on the top layer of the soil. If it’s dry, then you will have to water the plant.

    • This one also doesn’t do well in direct sunlight. Best expose it to artificial light or early morning sunlight.

6.5 Ferns’ N’ Petals Money plant: More good luck!

  • Why?

    • The money plant is viewed as a welcome sign of good fortune.

    • It needs frequent watering, twice to thrice every week.

    • They remove air pollutants in the air.

    • The plant grows up to 8 inches and will do beautifully on a desk.

    • It, however, doesn’t do well in direct sunlight. Checkout reviews, features, buying guide and comparison of best wall clocks, best bookshelves in India.

  • Why?

    • The money plant is viewed as a welcome sign of good fortune.

    • It needs frequent watering, twice to thrice every week.

    • They remove air pollutants in the air.

    • The plant grows up to 8 inches and will do beautifully on a desk.

    • It, however, doesn’t do well in direct sunlight. Checkout reviews, features, buying guide and comparison of best wall clocks, best bookshelves in India.