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Houseplant Trends in 2023

by Plants for all Seasons 10 Mar 2023 0 Comments

Houseplants have been popular for decades, but in recent years their popularity has exploded. With people spending more time at home due to the pandemic, many have turned to indoor gardening as a way to add beauty and life to their living spaces. Here are some of the top houseplant trends to watch for in 2023:

  1. Small Space Gardening As urban living continues to become more popular, small space gardening is a trend that is sure to continue. In 2023, expect to see more and more people growing their own plants in small spaces like balconies, patios, and even windowsills. Compact plants like succulents, air plants, and mini cacti will be popular choices for small space gardening.

  2. Sustainable Gardening Sustainability will be a major theme in 2023, and houseplants are no exception. As people become more aware of the impact of their consumption on the environment, they will be looking for ways to reduce waste and be more eco-friendly. This will include using sustainable potting materials, composting, and using natural pest control methods.

  3. Statement Plants Statement plants like Monstera deliciosa, Fiddle Leaf Figs, and Philodendron Birkin have been popular for years, and their popularity will continue to grow in 2023. These large, impressive plants make a bold statement in any room and add a touch of drama and elegance to a space.

  4. Variegated Plants Variegated plants with leaves that are striped, spotted, or splashed with different colors have been a popular trend for a few years now, and their popularity will continue to grow in 2023. Variegated Monsteras, Calatheas, and Philodendrons are all popular choices for those looking to add a pop of color and interest to their indoor spaces.

  5. Rare and Unusual Plants As the popularity of houseplants continues to grow, people are increasingly looking for rare and unusual plants to add to their collections. In 2023, expect to see more people searching for hard-to-find plants like Anthurium clarinervium, Hoya kerrii, and Rhaphidophora tetrasperma.

  6. Edible Plants Edible plants like herbs, vegetables, and fruits have been growing in popularity in recent years, and this trend will continue into 2023. People are increasingly interested in growing their own food, and indoor gardening is a great way to do that. Herbs like basil, mint, and parsley are popular choices for indoor gardens, as are small vegetables like cherry tomatoes and peppers.

In summary, 2023 is shaping up to be an exciting year for houseplants. From small space gardening to sustainable gardening, statement plants to variegated plants, rare and unusual plants to edible plants, there is something for everyone. Whether you're a seasoned plant parent or just starting out, there are plenty of trends to explore and enjoy in the coming year.

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