Indoor plants add an abundance of life and good vibes to any home. In addition to positive energy, indoor plants clean the air and add rich oxygen increasing the health of the environment. Boma offers houseplants for all living spaces and conditions. We've picked out just some of the common questions on how to search for houseplants that will get you started.
How do I choose indoor plants?
You can start with easy foliage plants. But if you really are not sure where to start, Boma's horticultural team are experts at giving the best advice to get started. We've also created this superb starter guide on Indoor Plants→
If you sign up for Boma News→, you'll get regular care tips to keep them looking great.
On the Boma webshop, you can search Indoor Plants by type & Indoor Plants by Size, discover ideas using the webshop filters to search By room and By Light Conditions.
What are easy indoor plants?
We've selected Easy houseplants→ that are low-maintenance that uplift and decorate your home or office. If you're living in a dark place that doesn't receive much light, talk to the Boma team for tips on choosing plants suited to the light conditions. Some plants, such as cacti and succulents, like bright spots, need very little attention and don't like to be overwatered.
Easy houseplants include Monstera, Dracaena, Howea forsteriana - Kentia Palm, Dionaea muscipula - Venus Flytrap, Senecio rowleyanus - String of Pearls, Anthurium, Hoya, Pilea, Tradescantia, Epipremnum, Ficus, Chlorophytum - Spider plants and Sansevieria - Snake plants.
Can I search Indoor Plants By Type?
If you are looking for something in particular, we've organized our Indoor plants By Type→
Whether you're a plant expert or novice, we've grouped indoor plants to make it easier to plan your home or office.
The Boma indoor plants are grouped by Foliage Plants, Flowering Indoor Plants, Climbing Indoor Plants, Hanging Indoor Plants, Tropical Plants, Rare Plants, Easy House Plants, Pet-Friendly Plants, and Air Cleaning Plants.
How large do indoor plants grow?
If you are looking for an indoor plant for a particular living space and are not sure about the size of the plants, Boma also categorises Indoor Plants by Size→.
All plants grow over a period, some more than others. The size of the pot and the light conditions will also limit many plants. If you are still unsure, please chat with Boma's expert houseplant specialists, who thrive on excellent questions about indoor plants.
Are there indoor plants suited to particular rooms?
If you're looking for an Indoor Plant for a particular room or looking to create your indoor plant garden, Boma Garden Centre has indoor plants for many living spaces.
The indoor plant section of the webshop has filters that will help you sort plants for particular rooms.
There are conservatory plants and indoor climbing plants suited to the UK skies. Hallway plants may be subject to darker corridor spaces. Indoor foliage plants can go in many room types.
Hanging Indoor plants can help if you have limited space and the only way is up.
If you are privileged to live in a Victorian-style house with a high ceiling, Large Indoor Plants can be a real show-stopper.
Trailing indoor plants work well over the side of a high shelf in the office or lounge.