Connect with Furnish Burnish

Most Unusual Indoor Plants

Share |

If you are once of those who likes to surround yourself with greenery, even if you don’t have the adequate outdoor space for that, you probably are a fan of indoor plants! Here are some inspirational most unusual indoor plants, that are ready to win over your heart!

Intriguing Indoor Plants

So, are your for an exciting journey into the world’s most amazing and intriguing indoor plants? Let’s start with this unique Kalanchoe thyrsiflora plant, usually called the Paddle Plant! It is an unusual wavy plant with red-tipped leaves, which is really easy to take care for. If you are concerned about draining in this little galzanized urn, place some pebbles and activated charcoal before the potting soil.
If you always wanted to have an vine climb up your windows, but live in an urban setting – this beautiful plant will help you out! Entitled simply, Passionflower it bears a scientific name of Passiflora caerula. These like to climb up, so make sure you provide the stems and leaves a proper support, even if it is an upside paper basket.
If you like to create centerpieces with plants, this one is a perfect way to express your individuality. The Salad Burnet, also known as Sanguisorba minor is a cute plant that is sort of suspended in the air. The bird nest in the picture is just an addition to the centerpiece, it can practically be substitues with anything.
A quite unconventional solution was introduced by Tovah Martin, who uses Juniperus procumbens as a house plant! The Nana Juniper is tricky because it needs tall container for the roots, but otherwise it is pretty normal plant as an indoor greenery. The next plant is totally going to give you visual puzzle!
The Staghorn Fern, also known as Platycerium bifurcatum looks like it is a splashed version of some tree. In reality, the scraggy center leaves give way to antler-like fronds. If you wonder how to care for this beast, here are some tips – this fern needs sheet moss placed in some container, even a wicker basket. You should also know, that as any fern this plant likes indirect sun and watering.
The last in our list of most unusual indoor plants is Monterey Cypress, a dwarf cute indoor version. Cupressus macrocarpa ‘Goldcrest’can also become a tiny Christmas tree alternative. In the picture you can see, that three Monterey Cypresses serve as a privacy shield for the foyer!

Tags: ,
Category: Accessories


  1. anna hackett
    February 20, 2015 at 5:56 pm

    what lovely plants where can one buy them from ?
    Thank you

  2. Michael Fondren
    February 25, 2016 at 1:21 am

    I live in California and I need a lot of those wonderful beautiful balls.please send me a catalog ASAP thank you.