We researched on Trends to find out the Most Googled Houseplants of the Year so far. The results are surprising! Have a look here!
Houseplants are more popular than ever and have gained a wide following during pandemic. If you want to grow the most popular ones, check out the Most Googled Houseplants of the Year so far!
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Most Googled Houseplants of the Year So Far
Global Search Volume: 565,000
Bonsais are popular for their remarkable appereance and rich history. They feature striking foliage and come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Species like Juniper and Pine make for great indoor houseplants.
Check out our article on the best bonsai plants here
2. Snake Plant
Global Search Volume: 368,000
Botanical Name: Dracaena trifasciata
Snake Plant has been a trending indoor plant for years. It is immensely popular for its elegant appearance, resilient nature, and power to filter harmful toxins like toluene and formaldehyde from the air.
Here’s all you need to know about growing snake plant
3. Peace Lily
Global Search Volume: 264,000
Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
Gorgeous appereance, low-maintenance nature, and air-purifying abilities are clear reasons why Peace lilies are in incredible demand worldwide. They make excellent houseplants and symbolize peace in various cultures.
Check out our article on growing peace lily here
4. Spider Plant
Global Search Volume: 247,000
Botanical Name: Chlorophytum comosum
Spider plants feature green leaves with white variegation and one of the easiest houseplants for beginners. Just like snake plants, they are also capable of purifying the air and don’t demand special care.
Here’s all the information on growing Spider Plant indoors
Global Search Volume: 239,000
Botanical Name: Anthurium andraeanum
Anthuriums are easy-going plants well-known for their uniquely shaped flowers coming in vibrant accents. Looking after them is simple, just avoid overwatering and fertilize once every month.
Check out our article on growing Anthurium here
6. Money Tree
Global Search Volume: 205,000
Botanical Name: Pachira aquatica
This is a small tree plant features an attractive braided woody trunk and bright green leaves. It can get up to 40-60 feet tall in the garden and stays 4-6 feet indoors. People who plant the money tree believe that it brings good luck and prosperity to the owner.
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7. Jade Plant
Global Search Volume: 163,000
Botanical Name: Crassula ovata
Native to South Africa, this succulent is loved for its impressive resilience and elegant appereance. It is the most-sought after houseplant and the perfect choice for first-time plant owners.
Here’s all you need to know about growing jade plants
8. Aloe Vera
Global Search Volume: 139,000
Botanical Name: Aloe barbadensis miller
For centuries Aloe Vera has been the most sought-after plant, highly-valued for its medicinal and cosmetic uses. It looks fabulous in a white ceramic planter and comes in many varieties that you can easily grow.
Check out our article on growing Aloe vera here
9. Fiddle Leaf Fig
Global Search Volume: 101,000
Botanical Name: Ficus lyrata
Add a tropical touch to your home decor with this iconic houseplant. It features beautiful broad leaves and thrives happily in bright, indirect sunlight accompanied by moderate watering. The plant looks great in living rooms!
Here’s all the information you need about growing Fiddle Leaf Fig
Global Search Volume: 80,000
Botanical Name: Dracaena
Dracaenas are super-easy houseplants with eye-catching woody stems and long, green leaves. Draco, Arborea, and Fragrans are some of its well-known varieties. They also have tonnes of benefits that you can check here.