10 Huge Houseplants That Make A Statement


Monsteras are hugely popular for their massive size and big luscious leaves that feature attractive splits. This plant can grow up to 15 feet tall.

Rubber Tree

Rubber trees are great for novice gardeners who want large statement plants that won’t break the bank. While plant stores might charge a lot for mature rubber trees.


Colorful crotons can reach heights of 8 feet but will usually grow to about half that size if they’re cultivated indoors.

Bird of Paradise

If you can help Birds of Paradise grow tall, it will reward you with striking blooms. The plant can grow up to 7 feet high and does best when planted in a tight pot.

Dragon Tree

Dragon trees come in many forms, each with its own silhouette and stature, but Dracaena marginata is one of the most popular varieties for those seeking a dramatic indoor garden.

Corn Plant

Corn plants are some of the easiest houseplants to grow—and they do grow, to heights of 12 feet or more. If you want to keep your corn plant on the shorter side.

Yucca Plant

Yucca plants come in several varieties, some reaching up to 30 feet tall when grown outdoors. The species that is probably most suited to be grown as a houseplant is Y.

Lemon Tree

You can enjoy fresh citrus at home, even if you don't live in a warm climate, by growing a lemon tree indoors. The dwarf variety of Meyer lemon grows to 3 or 4 feet tall.

Peace Lily

One of our favorite large leaf houseplants, peace lilies have dark green, glossy leaves and can grow up to 6 feet tall. Their pretty white blooms that will make appearances all year long.

Elephant Ear

Elephant ears get their name from their very large leaves, which can grow up to 3 feet long, but the entire plant is usually 3 to 6 feet tall.

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