Collection: Plants for Living Room

Buy Plants for Living Room in India

Are you buying plants for living room? Explore a wide range of plants from as small as a succulent to as large as a mini tree in Greenkin's collection.

Living rooms set the tone of your home, and adding plants is an inexpensive décor idea that makes the room come alive. You can look at placing mini-trees in the corners, medium to large plants as section separators and small plants as fillers.

Read the FAQs below to know the best design ideas and considerations for adding plants to your living room. Create a tropical vibe or build a modern look by choosing the right plants. Add the desired amount of color with Rubber Plant, Ti Plant. Peace Lily and Orchid and add the right texture with Snake Plant, Prayer Plant, Syngonium and Dieffenbachia. To top it, add bushy foliage with Pothos, Monstera Adansonii, Broken Heart Philodendron and English Ivy.

"Living room plants create a calm stress-reducing environment, purifying the air from toxins and dust particles while making your room come alive with living décor."

About Plants for Living Room

What are the most important things to know before I buy plants for Living Room?

Living Rooms present you with a great opportunity to show your love for plants and other natural elements. Thus before you start buying plants for Living Room, consider the following key aspects and then proceed to buying the right plants:

1. Light: Check the overall light conditions in your living room. If you receive direct morning sunlight or bright indirect sunlight, then you could buy plants like Fiddle Leaf Fig, Peace Lily and Orchids for your living room. However, if you feel that the living room receives lesser light, then you could look at more hardy plants like Dracaena, Rubber Plant and ZZ Plant.

2. Space: Your choice of plants will largely depend upon the space that you have in your living room. For instance, if you have vacant corners, then you could look at multiple plants ranging from medium (1 to 3 feet tall) plants like Calathea, Dieffenbachia and Syngonium to large (5 to 8 feet tall) plants like Palms, Ti Plant and Bird of Paradise Plant. You can browse the corner plants collection to see your options. Also, if you have a vacant wall, then you could look at plants on shelves. In such case, you might want to look at smaller plants that grow under 1 feet tall. Another option is to have plants on planter stands, and add some plants that grow downwards (like hanging plants).

3. Room Décor: It is important to add the right vibe to your existing décor. Some plants add more of a tropical vibe, while some plants are known for their modern and elegant looks. Also, some plants can add rich colors to your décor and some plants can give your entire room an instant jungle vibe. So it is better to know what look and vibe you are looking for before buying plants for living room.

In case you are struggling to find the right plants for your living room, we are just one call away. We are always happy to guide you on choosing the right plants for your home.

Which Plants are best for Living Rooms?

There is a very large variety of plants that you can buy for your living room. Let's see some of these plants categorized by their size:

1. XL Plants (5 to 10 feet tall): These mini-trees can create a great living corner in your living room. There are many XL plants for Living Room that you could look at like the Bird of Paradise, Fiddle Leaf Fig, Rubber Plant, Ti Plant, Schefflera, Raphis Palm, Chamaedorea, Areca Palm, Ficus and Dracaena. While the palms are slow growers adding only about 5 to 10 inches per year, most of these other plants grow between 2 to 3 feet every year.

2. Large Plants (3 to 5 feet tall): Large plants can not only be placed around the corners in the living room but also near the doors and by the side of furniture. Large plants give a perfect partition between different elements within your living room. You can look at the Madagascar Dragon Tree, different varieties of Dieffenbachia, Snake Plant, Xanadu Philodendron, Dracaena Massangeana and ZZ Plant.

3. Medium Plants (1 to 3 feet tall): There are 2 types of medium plants that look real good in Living Rooms. First are the climbers that can be planted in a pot with a moss stick, and then letting them grow downwards. You can look at Pothos, English Ivy, Monstera Adansonii, Broken Heart Philodendron, Wandering Jew and Spider Plant. It is best to keep these planters on stools or stands, since the plants would need some space to hang. The second type of medium plants are the house plants that grow between 1 to 3 feet in a pot. You can look at Syngonium, Calathea, Aglaonema, Peace Lily, Orchids, Alocasia and Bromeliads.

4. Small Plants: (up to 1 feet tall)Small Plants are a great way to liven up table tops and shelves. You can explore a large range of plants including Pothos, Prayer Plant, Succulents, Christmas Cactus, Earth Star, Aralia and Pepperomia.

Explore our Collection titled "Plants for Living Room" to get more options and buy the plants that add to your room's décor.

Why should I buy Plants for Living Room? Are there any benefits?

There are multiple benefits of keeping plants in your living room. Living rooms are the center stage of your home that give your home its identity. Adding premium potted plants is an inexpensive way to add décor and reap multiple benefits from it.

Firstly, live plants make your room come alive, and create positive vibes for you and your family. The term "Biophilia" denotes one's innate need to connect with nature. Adding plants to your home is an essential concept in biophilic designing.

Secondly, they improve the overall aesthetics of your living room by filling up the vacant spaces. They can add a nice texture and color to your living room.

While living room plants create a calm environment and add to the décor, they also purify and humidify air. Many house plants reduce toxins in the air by filtering harmful air pollutants like formaldehyde, benzene, trichloroethylene and carbon monoxide. Plants also lower the dust level in the air and make the air more breathable.

Moreover, plants play an important role in reducing stress and fatigue, and are used for therapy as well. They are known to enhance concentration and improve productivity.

How should I style my Plants in the Living Room?

There are many ways in which plants can be added to living rooms. Our plant stylist recommends the following to bring your living room in perfect harmony with nature:

-- Add 1 or 2 large mini trees in the corners of your living room. For a modern looking house, try adding a Rubber Plant. If your house has more earthy feel, then add a Palm or a Schefflera to your corner. The mini trees look best near the Sofa / the seating arrangement.

-- Add a 1 to 2 feet tall stand and place a good Syngonium Plant on it. Place this plant in a small corner or by the side of the large mini-tree.

-- Add a 2 feet tall stand and place a hanging Pothos on it. You can also place a Monstera Adansonii or a Broken Leaf Philodendron on this stand. Grow the plant with a moss stick to give a bushy feeling to the whole setting.

-- Add some color to the place by using Orchids and Bromeliads on the window sill or on a wall shelf near the windowsill in your living room.

-- Place succulents on a shelf or on your TV unit, adding some color and pattern to the living room section.

How to take care of Plants kept in the Living Room?

Plants for living room do not like excess watering, so avoid watering them when the soil is moist. Only water the plants once the top layer of the soil dries up. Use a double potting system for the excess water to flow out.

Place the plants in the right light conditions. You can read about individual plant requirements on their product details pages.

Give fertilizer every 3 to 4 months in small quantities to keep the growth healthy. Do not over-fertilize the plants as that can lead to burning of leaves.

Watch out for sad plant signs, and move the plant in case the position is not right. Also, rotate the plants every week by 90 degrees for even growth.