January 10, 2023
As we enter our third year of the pandemic, you’d think the houseplant obsession would have waned by now, but it seems to be growing stronger than ever. What has changed over this short period of time are the types of indoor plants people gravitate toward. If we’ve learned anything from the history of houseplant trends through the decades, it’s that while the trends themselves may be cyclical and ever evolving, plants in general remain a staple ingredient to any room.
Some will reach for more easy-to-manage plants like pothos or snake plants, while others may look to spice up their collection and really put their green thumbs to the test with rare, unique-looking plants like the monstera albo. Wherever you fall on the spectrum, there’s bound to be a plant (or two or three) that you’re pulled to when it comes to these 2023 predictions. While you’re here, revisit our 2022 indoor plants trend forecast.
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