5 Plants That Will be Trending this Year!
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Plants That Will be a Trend in 2021
Aglaonemas, monsteras, philodendrons, pothos, ZZ plants, and other aroids top the popularity charts for indoor plants in 2020 due to their exciting foliage colors, shapes, and ease of use.
The trend for houseplants doesn't seem to slow around 2021.
What plants should you add to your indoor garden? Well, the hot plants for 2021 will include large-leaved plants like philodendrons and alocasias. Hanging plants like Linear Hoya and Hanging Hearts are expected to return.
If you already have these species in your plant collection, don't worry, there are plenty of other popular plants to add to your collection. Take a look at these five indoor plants that professionals predict will be the next plants of 2021.
The Calathea Rattlesnake will have its moment in 2021. The foliage decorated with a dark purple bottom leaf stands out beautifully even in the simplest pots. The Calathea rattlesnake has striped leaves with a purple underside.
The leaf pattern resembles the tails of a rattlesnake, which gave it its name. Calathea Rattlesnake is a great plant for beginners. When its leaves fall, give it the filtered water and watch the leaves absorb everything.
Using filtered water is essential for this plant. The Calathea rattlesnake is sensitive to highly chlorinated water, which causes the leaves to turn brown around the edges.
Pro Tip: Fill a pitcher with tap water and let it sit overnight. This step allows the chlorine to evaporate, making it safe for the Calathea rattlesnake.
Lady Palm is definitely on your list of "it" plants for 2021. The palm immediately became a best-seller for the online plant retailer when it launched in fall 2020.
Large land plants create visual interest in a room and create a beautiful focal point. Lady Palm fits this description. They cause a sensation in rooms large and small, are Insta-compatible, and are ideal for extended backgrounds.
Lady Palm is a fan-shaped palm tree native to China.
The plant is relatively easy to grow indoors as long as it provides bright, indirect sunlight. Like many palm trees, it prefers moisture and gets brown tips with spotty watering and dry air.
Polka Dot Plant (Begonia Maculata)
The graceful foliage will be the center of attention in 2021. Begonias in particular, such as Rex begonia (Begonia rex-cultorum) and Begonia Maculata (Polka Dot Plant) will be flying this year. While Rex Begonias are relatively easy to find at large garden centers, Maculta Begonia is a popular find for houseplant lovers.
The polka dot plant has silver speckled leaves and unique red lines, which undoubtedly make it an attractive houseplant. Begonias are generally easy to care for. They like bright indirect light, well-ventilated soil that dries out a bit between watering and moderate temperatures.
Elephant Ear (Alocasia' Regal Shield')
This plant will replace Fiddle Leaf Fig is a great houseplant. Elephant ears are popular landscape plants due to their large leaves and height. The native African plant is also easy to grow indoors as long as you have bright indirect light.
The plant has light green streaks on the top and purplish-yellow streaks on the bottom, which give any environment an unusual chromatic distinction. The plant grows up to 9 feet tall and 4 feet wide, making it an instant focal point in any room.
Like the violin leaf, this plant needs a little more CC. But it's such a unique and instagrammable plant, the extra time it takes to care for it will be worth it.
Sterling Silver Scindapsus (Scindapsus Treubii 'Moonlight')
The plant that is causing a stir. Sterling silver is relatively rare on the market because it was only available to plant pickers. Sterling Silver Scindapsus is an egg in the neighborhood of pots, philodendrons, and monsters.
It is a slow-growing vine with dark green foliage and an elegant silver sheen. It is a vibrant houseplant that can adapt to a wide variety of lighting conditions. It will be the most popular sterling silver division in 2021.
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