All Plants

I believe every Australian home deserves a few indoor plants. However it can be tricky with so many foreign websites, to know which indoor plants do well in Australia. That’s why I created this website, just for Australian indoor plant enthusiasts.

Here’s a list of all the indoor plant guides that I have published on this website. All of these plants do very well in Australian conditions…



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There’s a number of benefits to indoor plants than just their appearance.

For starters, indoor plants can improve air quality by removing harmful pollutants from the air. This means that by simply having a few plants in your home, you can breathe easier and have a healthier living environment.

Indoor plants can also reduce stress and improve your mood. Just the act of caring for a plant and watching it grow can be incredibly calming and fulfilling. Plus, the sight of green plants in your home can be a refreshing break from all the screens and technology we’re surrounded by these days.

Another benefit of indoor plants is that they can help lower noise levels in your home. Certain plants, such as the peace lily, can actually absorb and reduce noise levels. So, if you live in a noisy area or just want a quieter living space, indoor plants might be just what you need.

And let’s not forget about the aesthetic appeal of indoor plants. They can brighten up any room and add a touch of nature to your home. Plus, with so many different varieties of indoor plants to choose from, you can easily find one that fits your personal style and décor.

Now, I know what you might be thinking. “I don’t have a green thumb. I can’t keep plants alive.” But don’t worry, there are plenty of easy-to-care-for indoor plants that can thrive in a variety of lighting and watering conditions. You can even find some plants that are virtually indestructible, such as the rubber plant or the spider plant.

In conclusion, indoor plants are much more than just a pretty decoration. They can improve air quality, reduce stress, lower noise levels, and add a touch of nature to your home. So, why not give it a go and see the benefits for yourself? Trust me, your home (and your wellbeing) will thank you for it!