2024 Plant Trends Report
2024 Plant Trends Report
Discover the top plant trends for 2024 with easyplant's latest report. Embrace the year's must-have greens and styling tips to elevate your indoor oasis.

The Fiddle Leaf Fig has been a designer favorite and mainstay for several years, but in 2024, we’re excited to see fresh greenery take the stage...

We are pleased to name the Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta Our 2024 Plant of the Year!

Hailing from Africa, Dracaena Janet Craig comp. is named after the Derma forest in Tanzania.

The Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta is a showstopper.

This resilient plant thrives in spaces with direct sunlight to indirect low light, making it the perfect plant to elevate any space. Its deep-green, angular leaves add texture, something we’ll see more of when it comes to home design in 2024 and beyond.

Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta

The Finishing Touch for every aesthetic

2024 Interior design trends are calling for a balance of bold and subtle colors (think soft blues) and texture with a touch of sophistication. We’ll also see more of the Minimaluxe trend- the simplicity of minimalism with the opulence of luxury.

easyplant recommends these plant pairings:

Design Trend: Minimaluxe

Plant Trend: Black ZZ

Design Trend: Texture

Plant Trend: Rattlesnake Calathea

Design Trend: Blue bold colors balanced with subtlety

Plant Trend: Rubber Tree

Lucky Plants: The Year of the Dragon

Feng Shui experts recommend the Money Tree as an ideal choice for the Year of the Dragon. Its braided trunk and verdant leaves symbolize wealth and positive energy, complementing the Dragon's attributes of power and wisdom.

A little bit about us

Plants connect us to nature, add beauty to our spaces, and even clean the air we breathe. The problem is we keep killing them.

easyplant has created an efortless solution to plant ownership, allowing anyone to have a green thumb, regardless of experience.

Our wide range of plants all have a built-in water reservoir that needs to be filled just once a month, eliminating the risk of over or underwatering and prolonging the plant's life by up to six times.


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