Easyplant Shares Their Top 2024 Houseplants—Here’s How to Style Them

Black ZZ Plant

The black ZZ plant is the perfect color to go along with the neutral scheme of this aesthetic. The plant itself is compact and minimalist, perfect for displaying on a coffee table, near an entryway, or even as a centerpiece on a table. ZZ plants are also a great pick to upgrade a space’s decor without any plant expertise.

Rattlesnake Calathea

Rattlesnake plants are a beautiful yet slightly temperamental plant. They’re luxurious and striking, with decorated leaf tops and dark red leaf undersides. They also feature ruffled edges on each leaf. They’re picky plants, so they’re not always suited to beginner plant owners, but Easyplant’s trend report is confident that they’re worth the extra work—and we’re inclined to agree.

Rubber Tree

There’s a reason why Easyplants called out the color blue specifically in their report, though. Blue—whether bold or neutral—has been a major color trend of 2023 and is predicted to continue throughout 2024. If you’re looking to incorporate a timeless yet vivid color to spice up your space, blue is a great way to go; it’s not so bright as to be overwhelming but comes in shades that are intended to be a statement.

Money Tree

To decorate along with the principles of Feng Shui, you’ll want to equally incorporate the five elements (wind, fire, metal, wood, and water). This creates a balanced, versatile aesthetic that is relatively neutral but not minimalist; the end result will be warm, calming, and very inviting. It also leaves plenty of room for you to incorporate plants, artwork, and natural symmetry into your designs. A money tree is not only recommended generally in Feng Shui but should also generate some extra luck during the Year of the Dragon, according to Easyplants.

Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta

The Dracaena plant is Easyplant’s Plant of the Year for 2024. It’s a fun, striking plant that can grow up to five feet tall. It has thin stems with big leafy tufts on the end of each spike. There are different kinds of Dracaena plants, but the Janet Craig variation has the quintessential spherical leaf formations that Easyplant loves. The plant is generally easy to care for, making it a good plant for beginners who want a larger statement plant.

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