I don't know about yous alls, but I'm so over the fiddle leaf fig tree. Yea it is really cool looking, yea it is really easy to care for, yea it is the HOTTEST thing around right now to ever hit the scene of indoor houseplants.... but really?!?! Do I really need to pay boocoo bucks for a tenee-tiny one leafed dwarf topiary? I mean, I've heard of pricing for what the market can bare, but when I hit my local swap meet and check out my plant guy's selection and he is asking a hundred bucks for a medium-ish houseplant?!?! That's where I draw the line. Not to mention that the Fiddle leaf fig is really really slow growing. So all those impressive images you see in Architectural Digest of monster atrium filling trees? Um Yeah, those plants are like DECADES old. For moi? I'm looking for green impact right now, not when my children are graduating from college.
 So I gathered my notes as well as some further research and curated a list of my top indoor plants and trees. All easy care, all equally beautiful and atheistically pleasing. I have dabbled with all of these at some point and have had great success. A few were given away due to size and a few were given away due to the fact that they wanted em and I totally forgot that it was their birthday so now I am currently on the hunt for the perfect split leaf philodendron to replace my beloved 'Bobby'....
 There really are hundreds of plants to choose from that can flourish indoors. These are just my top picks for being easy, being unique and being reasonably priced at your local nursery. Sure you can go all Fiddle Leaf on me and find some abstract pricy bonsai, I prefer to keep the houseplant expenses close to non existent. Read on for my care tips....











So what is your favorite type of houseplant?

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