A new year means new houseplants to add to your collection! These 3 houseplants will be everywhere this year (and for good reason) - check them out and see which one you want to add to your plant collection in 2023!
White Bird of Paradise
Trend: Statement, Designer Plants
White Bird of Paradise is the newest oversized, statement houseplant obsession in the plant community! Though the Fiddle Leaf Fig and Rubber Trees aren't going anywhere, White Bird of Paradise is going to give them a run for their money in 2023. This tall, tropical plant is grown for it's large leaves which sit atop tall stems - plus it can grow stunning white blooms! This plant is very low maintenance once established, perfect for any plant lover looking for something unique in their collection. Using houseplants as living art pieces has been a growing trend over the last few years, and 2023 will not be any different. White Bird of Paradise is certainly a work of art and an easy way to transform your home into a tropical oasis!
Variegated Hoya Wayetii
Trend: Easy Care, Golden Hues
Easy care houseplants never go out of style! And what is better than an easy care and pet safe plant? Hoya Wayetii delivers all that and more in a compact, low maintenance plant. Hoyas of all varieties have been growing in trend, and we think it's time for Hoya Wayetii to shine! Each long, skinny leaf displays shades of yellow outlined in green which cascade over the sides of the pot. Interior designers are calling for a rise in popularity of warm tones and golden hues in 2023, making Hoya Wayetii the perfect accent!
Trend: Colorful Variegation
Amidst the sea of green leafed houseplants, Stromanthe Triostar makes itself known! The dramatically colored leaves display shades of pink, purple, green, and white. Each leaf is a unique work of art. A popular trend for 2023 is 'Barbiecore' - Barbie fashion and colors. What is more Barbie than a bright pink houseplant thriving on your windowsill? A quick grower, Stromanthe loves a space with indirect bright sunlight and high humidity, though it can adapt to lower light spaces as well. As a bonus, Stromanthe Triostar is also pet safe and non-toxic!
Which plant are you adding to your collection in 2023?
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