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Discover the Top Trending Houseplants of 2023 - Ed's Plant Shop

Discover the Top Trending Houseplants of 2023

In recent years, the popularity of houseplants has surged, with more and more people bringing the beauty of nature indoors. As we head into 2023, the trend shows no signs of slowing down. From lush and tropical plants to petite succulents, there's a houseplant for every taste and style. Not only do they add aesthetic value to your home, but houseplants also offer numerous health benefits, such as purifying the air and reducing stress levels.

Let's take a closer look at the top five trending houseplants of 2023, along with some tips on how to care for them, and ideas on how to incorporate them into your home decor.

Whether you're an experienced green thumb or a first-time plant parent, Ed's Plant Shop in Brooklyn, NY has you covered. Let's explore the world of trendy houseplants together!

Monstera adansonii

Monstera adsonii, also known as the Swiss Cheese Plant, is a super trendy and sought-after houseplant for 2023. Its unique, fenestrated leaves, resembling Swiss cheese, add an eye-catching and playful touch to any room. This tropical vine is easy to care for, making it an excellent choice for beginner plant parents.

The Swiss Cheese Plant prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and thrives in humid conditions. Monstera adsonii grows quickly and can trail up to 3-4 feet, making it ideal for hanging baskets or training up a trellis. 

You can incorporate the Swiss Cheese Plant into just about any room that gets a good amount of light. One of our favorite places to recommend placing them is in an area that guests will be sure to see them. The unique leaves will garner attention from your plant-loving guests, and even catch the eye of non-plant people!

With its unique and playful appearance, it's no wonder Monstera adsonii is quickly becoming a must-have for any plant lover's collection.

Swiss Cheese Plant

 

Pilea peperomioides

Pilea peperomioides, also known as the Friendship Plant, is a trendy and highly sought-after houseplant for 2023. Its round, coin-shaped leaves on delicate, thin stems create a striking visual effect that's perfect for modern home decor.

Pilea peperomioides is a low-maintenance plant, making it an excellent choice for beginners or those with busy schedules. It prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and requires moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Its compact size and quick growth rate make it perfect for small spaces or as part of a larger indoor garden.

In addition to its visual appeal, Pilea peperomioides is also said to bring good luck and fortune, making it a popular gift among friends and family. With its unique appearance and easy care, Pilea peperomioides is definitely a must-have for any plant lover.

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Calathea species

Calathea houseplants are a trendy and popular choice for indoor gardening in 2023. Known for their ornamental foliage, Calathea plants come in a variety of colors and patterns, making them a striking addition to any room. The plant's leaves are characterized by intricate, bold patterns, and a variety of colors, from deep greens to purples and pinks. Our shop favorite is 'Network', with it's charming dappled leaves and strong green undertone. 

Calathea plants require moderate care, making them a great option for those new to indoor gardening. They prefer bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and require moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. These plants are also known for their air-purifying qualities, making them a great choice for homes and offices.

With their unique patterns and colors, Calathea houseplants add an elegant touch to any interior decor. They're perfect to incorporate into mid century modern designs, but can even work with cottage-chic! Whether you're looking for a bold centerpiece or a subtle accent, a Calathea plant is an excellent choice for any indoor space.

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Hoya macrophylla

Hoya Macrophylla, also known as the Wax Plant, is a popular and trendy houseplant for 2023. This tropical vine features large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves with a waxy texture that add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room. We love the look of the foliage against granite counter tops, or in areas with stark greys and tans. 

Hoya Macrophylla is an easy-care plant, making it a great choice for both beginner and experienced gardeners alike. It thrives in bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and requires moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Hoya Macrophylla also produces clusters of fragrant, star-shaped flowers that range in color from white to pink and red, creating a beautiful and eye-catching display when in full bloom.

In addition to its visual appeal, Hoya Macrophylla is also known for its air-purifying qualities, making it a great choice for improving indoor air quality. With its ease of care and elegant appearance, Hoya Macrophylla is a must-have for any indoor garden. Once you have one Hoya, you'll want more!

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Oxalis species

We like to save the best for last - - Oxalis! Oxalis houseplants, also known as shamrocks or wood sorrels, are a trendy and unique choice for indoor gardening. You can see their charming leaves peppered in the pages of Southern Living and Magnolia. These plants are characterized by their vibrant, clover-like leaves in shades of green, purple, and pink, which add a pop of color to any room and any color scheme.

Oxalis houseplants are relatively easy to care for, making them an excellent choice for beginners. They prefer bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and require moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. These plants are also known for their unique and striking foliage that folds up at night, making them an interactive and interesting addition to any indoor garden. Additionally, Oxalis houseplants are believed to bring good luck and fortune, making them a popular choice for gifts.

With their unique appearance and ease of care, Oxalis houseplants are a must-have for any plant lover looking to add a touch of color and whimsy to their home decor.

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Ed's Plant Shop is the go-to destination for plant lovers looking to buy trendy houseplants in 2023. With a wide variety of plants to choose from, including rare and hard-to-find species, Ed's Plant Shop offers something for everyone. We take pride in sourcing only the highest quality plants, ensuring our customers receive healthy and vibrant specimens. Additionally, our knowledgeable staff is always on hand to answer questions and provide expert advice on care and maintenance.
Ed's Plant Shop also offers convenient online ordering and shipping options, making it easy for our customers to get their hands on their favorite houseplants from the comfort of their own homes. 

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