7 Large Indoor Plants That Make Your Home an Oasis

This type of philodendron is known for having "split" leaves, which are big leaves that can look tame. However, the plant's wild growth (growing everywhere it has room) is part of its charm.

Philodendron 'Lickety Splitz'

This ficus tree is great if you want a big return on your investment right away. It grows quickly and doesn't need much care. Since it doesn't spread out too much horizontally, it's also great for small spaces or corners.

Ficus Audrey Tree

The tall Australian umbrella tree does best when it gets a lot of sun and not much water. This tree will grow to be 10 feet tall, so one day you'll be able to sit in the shade under its umbrella-like cover.

Australian Umbrella Tree

Bring one of the tall plants from the Southwest inside if you love them. The apple cactus can grow to be more than five feet tall and does best in places with a lot of bright light.

Peruvian Apple Cactus

The mass cane is formal and organized, and it's a great choice for beginners because it's easy to learn and doesn't require much work. If you forget to water this big houseplant for a week, it won't die.

Mass Cane Floor Plant

Alocasia royal shield, which is more widely known as the elephant ear plant, can grow up to five feet tall in the right conditions, which include a place with a lot of humidity, like your bathroom.

Alocasia Regal Shield

The flowering parts of citrus trees smell good and turn into limes, oranges, or lemons. In this case, the fruit is a sweet-tart Meyer lemon. Put this easy-to-take-care-of tree near a warm window.

Meyer Lemon Tree