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Figuring out how to decorate a space is hard, but I promise you don't have to be an interior design savant to build a cute, happy space for yourself. Perhaps the easiest way to upgrade your home decor vibe? Snag some indoor plants—and no, I'm not just speaking to the green thumbs.
Sure, maybe you've tried gardening before and struggled to keep even your succulents alive. But I promise, you don't have to be a plant pro to be able to flaunt some gorgeous greenery in your space. Becoming a good plant parent is all about picking what works for you.
See some of the best indoor plants below:
"When choosing a plant, you should consider the type of lifestyle, habits, and home environment you have," says Lindsay Pangborn, Bloomscape's resident gardening expert. So, for example, if you constantly jet around for work you might want to opt for something that can go without water for longer periods, like a ZZ plant.
From long, trailing vine-y house plants to ones with blooming flowers, indoor plants make amazing housewarming, congratulatory, and birthday gifts, too. See below for the 23 best indoor plants:
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