These Are the Must-Have Plants in 2022
Just because you already have a ton of plants at home doesn’t mean you can’t add to your collection—especially if it means making a statement for the new year. An article on Clever listed houseplants that are expected to dominate homes and social media timelines in 2022 and we’re looking forward to seeing more potted wonders in your spaces in the months to come.
Whether you’re a certified plantita/plantito or you’re just starting to bring in plants into your home, now is the best time to start making a list of plant babies you’d want to have around. We’ve rounded up plants that will be trending in 2022 below and where you can buy them!
Must-Have Plants in 2022
Without a doubt, Philodendrons are hits in many homes because it’s charming and the heart-shaped leaves can add a dainty touch to any corner. According to The Spruce, micans have velvety leaves, with green and orange tones.
If you’re a Philodendron fan and would love to add micans to your space, remember to plant it in a well-draining soil and that you place it in a spot that gets indirect light. Consider going for a hanging planter or place them on a shelf as this training plant can create lovely vines.
Shop for Philodendrons at Tierra Plants.
Simple yet captivating, ferns are expected to be one of the trendiest plants next year. As explained by an article on Clever, “a fern’s desire for abundant water might be what ultimately charms plant lovers who opt for houseplants that need frequent care.”
Look for the right fern for you at Tierra Plants.
A big potted houseplant can work as a statement piece in the home. With various sources offering sound advice on how to care for larger plants and shops open to giving a tip or two, many homeowners are expected to take on the challenge of caring for a big houseplant like the Ficus Audrey and Ficus Triangularis.
Experts say that homeowners may want to bring in more colorful plants into the home as well as explore the possibilities of caring for flowering plants. If you want to take on this trend but want to start with a plant that’s easy to care for, choosing Peace Lilies is the best option.
As the article on Clever explains, “peace lily is the best flowering plant for beginners and comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes.”
Shop for Peace Lilies at Shopleaf Plant Studio.
Available in different varieties, this plant has cultivars referred to as Strawberry Cream and Milk Confetti. These sweet names perfectly match how easy it is to care for a pot or two. The Syngonium plant thrives in bright light but can also survive in low light. Watering is done once or twice a week just make sure the soil is dry before rewatering.
Shop for plants at Spruce.
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