2021 Top House Plants

Our 2021 Top House Plants list has our picks for all the best plants you need to ease into the New Year in peace, harmony and good health.

Science has found that plants can reduce stress, elevate mood, improve cognitive function, and facilitate healing, but did you know that many plants have symbolic meaning?

 New Year. New Plants.

Treat yourself by bringing these plants into your space, or have one delivered to a friend, to manifest good vibes in the New Year.

Bonsai are a good practice in patience or meditation and require regular watering, with moderate light.

Care is stress free too – all of these plants need bright light and just water each when soil feels dry to the touch.

Grow your coffee plant near a warm window with bright, filtered light and keep the soil evenly moist.

Anthurium prefer warm temps, so grow them indoors near a sunny, south or west window, away from drafts.

An excellent table top or floor plant near a sunny, south or west window that will eventually vine and climb with support, or can be pinched back to keep bushy.

Cyclamen prefer cool temperatures to thrive. Let them dry out between watering. Grow indoors in indirect light.

You’ll find all our 2021 Top House Plants and more selections in our Plant Gifts Collection, or find hundreds of starter options from our Houseplants Collection.

For more information on the health benefits of houseplants, visit the Houseplants category on our blog, or check out these educational resources from the National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture and the Center for Urban Agriculture.


National Houseplant Day is January 11th – it’s the perfect post-holiday time for a self-care visit our greenhouse. Come wander, soak up the warmth among hundreds of plants, and take home what makes you happy.  

My Pro Tip:

Staying inside and long winter days can affect our mood and our immune system. Adding plants can make your home or workspace a healthier place this winter. 

For many people, especially older or isolated adults, plants are also a source of purpose and comfort. Plant care is an easy and healthy hobby for all ages that offers a positive practice to encourage overall well-being. 

When you want to practice self-care or give a caring gift, a plant is always a meaningful way to support mental or physical wellness.  

See you at Studley’s!


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