Top 10 Most Beautiful Indoor Plants Countdown!



Today I am at the farmhouse with Lauren and we have chosen our top 10 favorite indoor plants! We actually made a mistake and FORGOT THE HOYA EXOTICA!! So sorry!!!

In reverse order:
10. Dieffenbachia Tiki
9. Ric Rac Cactus
8. Watermelon Vine
7. Peacock Fern / Rainbow Fern
6. Homalomena Selby
5.Calathea Makoyana
4. Hoya Exotica / Hoya carnosa
4. Calathea Whitestar
3. Philodendron Micans
2. Tradescantia Purple
1.Stromanthe Triostar

33 comments

  1. 🌿I just bought the #5, Calathea, so I’m digging for videos about it and found your channel and I had to sub. Now I’ve binge watched like 6 videos of yours that have nothing to do with it! Awesome channel, and the most informative yet! 😘xoxo

  2. What a great list. Some are easy to care for and some are quite easily found. Thanks for this list!! It’s much more realistic for us, and we can now better appreciate them.

    Thanks for all these videos!

  3. Your #1 is my new must have plant! I didn't catch what the name of it is, how do you propagate them? Better as a house plant or outside? I'm in zone 10. Southern Florida.

  4. How to 'sneak it in' Amanda? Call it 8.5 and it fits right in! BTW, I just ordered a Watermelon Vine last night. Can't wait until it arrives. Thanks for the show and tell time ladies!

  5. Curious about the ric rac cactus. You mentioned the growth is skinny when it isn’t getting enough light. Mine starts out like skinny arms but then fattens up later, kind of like its own version of “hardening off,” but it’s done that in both medium indirect as well as southern bright direct. Is it not supposed to push out new leaves as skinny round stems before it plumps up? I mean it’s growing just fine and pretty quickly too, but yeah, just curious is all.

  6. I’ve watched almost all of Amanda’s solo videos, this one was hard to watch. I literally could not retain one bit of information. Hopefully they get some practice lol

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