Even if you’re not much into traditional house plants, you still have options to bring some of the outdoors in. Why not buy or cut a bouquet of flowers? Pick up a few small cactus plants for your windowsill. And while you’re at it, look for some indoor trees. There are many variety of small indoor trees that are easy to care for and have a big design presence. Here are just a few.
1. Money Tree
You’ve probably been told all your life that money doesn’t grow on trees, and it sure doesn’t (if it did we’d all be on a beach somewhere, now wouldn’t we?). But this tree has long been believed to bring good luck, and isn’t that almost the same thing? Its slender, often braided trunk becomes thicker and more textured as the tree grows. Its shiny leaves have a tropical look to them. If you have a bright or medium-sunny spot in your living room, your money tree will do well there and be easy to care fo. It can grow up to 60 feet all outside, but indoors it will only be 3 to 5 feet. They light the soil slightly moist, so water regularly.