Have you heard about 100 Years Old Indoor Plants that are still standing tall? Well, we have some treasures from the past!
14 Oldest Bonsai Trees in the World
100 Years Old Indoor Plants
1. Jade Plant
2. A Massive Rhododendron
Check out this fancy rhododendron with the lady who has been taking care of it – this photo was taken when the owner, Donna, turned 100!
3. A 100-Year-Old Monstera
Behold this giant Monstera, flexing its age in leaves that have seen a whole century of life. You will find it at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA (Inside the Peirce-du Pont house.)
15 New Year Indoor Gardening Resolutions You Must Follow
4. A Generational Christmas Cactus
5. Easter Cactus
Look at this fancy Easter Cactus! It’s been trimmed and pampered for ages, and you can’t even tell its age just by looking!
Here’s another one that’s 117 years old. Freckled friend got it from her grandmother, who got it from a friend in 1993. The friend was 89 at the time and inherited it from her mother – who got it as a baby shower present in 1904. What a story!
7. A Geranium from WWII
This Geranium is more than just a plant. It’s a piece of family history, grown since 1908 and passed down from a grandma to her niece. What you’re seeing is a cutting from the original. Talk about a family treasure!
15 Indoor Plants that are as Beautiful as Flower Bouquets
8. An Amazing 100 y/o Fern
Not exactly 100, but getting there. This fern has been standing for 80 years, holding memories of a lady’s love for her husband from WWII. He got it for Zoe Munroe’s grandma before being deployed because the shop had no flowers left.
9. Massive Rhododendron Tree
Take a peek at this massive rhododendron tree in Canada, making the whole street pop with pink-white blooms. Can you tell that it’s 125 years old?
10. Asparagus Fern
This Asparagus fern was gifted to jph_film. It belonged to his partner’s grandmother, and all of his partner’s uncles and aunts got a piece of the fern from the original 80-year-old plant when grandma passed away.
11. Snake Plant
Here’s a Snake plant that has been in the family for over 50 years. It was gifted to Heather’s grandmother when her uncle was born. Her granda passed it to her mom, and she got it from her.