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At Homebase, we offer a wide, affordable selection of blooming indoor and common house plants for you to choose from. House plants offer a wide variety of benefits, including enhancing wellbeing. Some even offer a natural fragrance, making them a great addition to your office, kitchen, bedroom or bathroom. If you are looking to add house plants to your washroom, read our blog on the best house plants for your bathroom.

When it comes to choosing indoor plants, you might want to consider things like the light conditions in your home, humidity levels and the growing conditions that your plants may require. Common house plants that are popular because they're easy to care for, include snake plants, ferns and succulents. These are a few examples, but there are many more you can explore in our indoor plants for beginners blog.

At Homebase, we have indoor plants that like shade, like large leaf house plants. We also stock different types of succulent house plants, including flowering, cacti and orchids. Other types of house plants available at Homebase are trailing house plants, hanging house plants, shade-loving house plants and table house plants. Our indoor plants can come in various sizes. We offer small, large, tall and medium-sized house plants, and our biggest indoor house plant is around 2m tall.

Buy the best quality yet inexpensive house plants online or in-store at Homebase today.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get rid of flies on house plants?

Dealing with flies on house plants can be frustrating, but there are several ways to get rid of them. These include sticky traps that attract and catch flying insects, neem oil, which is a natural insecticide and cinnamon powder.

How do you care for an orchid house plant?

Orchid house plants, need bright, indirect light, and must sit in temperatures between 20-25 degrees Celsius. The frequency at which you water orchids depends on the specific type, but generally, you should water them when the growing medium feels nearly dry. You should also use orchid fertiliser during the growing season, please make sure you follow the instructions on the fertiliser you buy to avoid over-fertilising the house plant.

How often should you water house plants?

How often you should water house plants depends on factors such as the type of plant, environmental conditions, potting mix and the size of the pot. However, general guidelines are that house plants need to be watered when the top inch of the soil feels dry. Monitor the specific needs of your house plants and adjust how often you water them based on factors like humidity.

How do you look after house plants?

To look after house plants, you must provide appropriate light levels and water when the top inch of soil is dry and adjust the humidity as needed. You should also fertilise your house plants during the growing season, and prune dead or yellowing leaves. Be mindful of pests and remember to offer good air circulation. It's sometimes good to repot your house plants. Visit our blog on how to repot indoor plants for more information.

What is the easiest house plant to keep alive?

The easiest house plants to keep alive are typically ones that require minimal care, like the snake plant, spider plant, aloe vera and peace lily.

Which indoor plant purifies the air the most?

There are several indoor plants that purify air effectively like peace lilies, spider plants and ferns.