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Glorious indoor plants you can buy online now

Spruce up your space with greenery

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The Sill offers a wide selection of well-priced plants that you can search by size and category.
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No matter the size of your abode, a few plants can transform a place from dull to vibrant. While not everyone can have a vegetable garden or large verdant patio overflowing with bougainvillea, almost anyone can add a few select plants to their interior spaces to liven things up and purify your air.

The best news for the almost-hermits out there? You don’t have to haul yourself to a big-box store to buy plants anymore. Companies like The Sill, Bloomscape, and even Amazon will deliver all the ferns and monstera you could desire directly to your door. Without further ado, here are 15 of our favorite indoor plants you can order right now.

And for more plant inspiration, check out our full list of the best places to buy plants online here, and picks for planters of all sizes and styles.

Add some color

These fun plants boast ever-changing leaves with purple, yellow, red, and pink hues that are sure to brighten up your space.

Spiky is fun

Not all plants are at home in the big-leafed jungle, and we love these spunky, fun versions for their personality and striking visual appeal.

Statement pieces

Looking for a plant that will wow your guests? These diverse options show that sometimes, a single plant can make an impact.

Larger plants

While most of the options listed here skew small, these larger plants add texture and interest to any room.

Wild and dramatic

From brightly-contrasted leaves to overflowing vines, these plants turn up the drama.

Helpful tools

Want to keep your plants looking tip-top? Here are some of our favorite tools to do the job.

Sustee Plant Moisture Sensor

  • $15

This Japanese water-measurement tool offers instant feedback on the health of your plants. Designed to measure water and pH levels, the thermometer-shaped device turns blue when your plant is healthy, and news editor Megan Barber uses it to keep her plants in good shape.