So you’ve got some big spaces to fill? Well, I’ve got a few big plants that will make excellent space fillers. Now you can buy these plants in smaller sizes and wait for them to grow big, but if you want impact now then you’ll need to get them in bigger sizes. I find big plants for the best prices at big-box stores. However, if you want to support a local greenhouse that you love, do that!
I love plants with split leaves, and this lovely plant gets huge; as it ages, the leaves get more and more fenestrations.
For tips on how to grow a Monstera Deliciosa read this!
Ficus Elastica / Rubber Tree
This tree can get huge indoors. You can buy one in a pretty big size at any big-box store or greenhouse, then with proper care that plant baby will get huge!
Bird of Paradise
This plant not only grows extremely tall, but it gets THICC. If you have a big empty corner let this plant make a statement!
For tips on how to grow a Bird of Paradise plant read this!
Alocasia or Colocasia
Both of these are plants with the large “elephant ear” types of foliage. Colocasia foliage typically point down and Alocasia foliage typically points up. These plants can get huge and are gorgeous! They add a tropical feel to any space you add them. Definitely a good candidate to fill an empty space.
I love Palms. They are such a nice addition to any home. Like many tropical plants, they add such an exotic feel to any space. They can be kind of fussy and end up with brown tips, but once you figure this baby out, she will grow non-stop.
Plants add so much life to the home. These are just a few of many plants that fill up space and add natural beauty to your home. Which plant would you add to your home?