8 Houseplants That Will Thrive in Your Kitchen


In actuality, pothos (Epipremnum aureum) are among the easiest houseplants to maintain. They are thought to be reasonably drought-tolerant and adapt well to a range of diverse light situations.


Another genus of low-maintenance houseplants that look fantastic in hanging baskets is the philodendron (Philodendron spp.). Like pothos, they may thrive in bright to moderately indirect light


Since there's nothing better than using fresh, organic, home-grown herbs in your cooking year-round, it would seem obvious to cultivate herbs in your kitchen.


Succulents are an excellent choice for your kitchen's windowsill if it gets plenty of sunlight. 'Succulent' refers to plants that retain water in different parts of their bodies, such leaves and/or stems

Spider Plant

Of all houseplants, spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) are the easiest to maintain. They make great hanging plants, and in good health they will bloom and produce lots of offspring.

Snake Plant

Given its common name, "mother-in-law's tongue," snake plants (Dracaena trifasciata, formerly Sansevieria trifasciata) are among the most popular houseplants, and for good reason.

Rubber Tree

Rubber trees (Ficus elastica) are a fantastic option if you're searching for a large statement plant for your kitchen. These relatives of the fiddle leaf fig can reach maximum size in their natural habitat

Coffee Plant

The coffee plant (Coffea arabica) is a wonderful addition to any kitchen, whether or not you enjoy coffee. An indoor coffee plant is not likely to yield coffee beans