Decorating Drama: 10 Really Big Plants You Can Grow Indoors - Bird of Paradise This tropical charmer is a bird of paradise plant, which can grow quite large indoors and, if you're very patient, reward you with stunning blooms within 3 - 4 years.
FIDDLE LEAF FIG Want a big-impact apartment plant with minimal-impact on your time expenditure to keep it thriving? Look no further than the fiddle leaf fig, which can grow up to tall in indirect light, with twice weekly waterings.
It's been nearly a year since I adopted my first large indoor plant and I'm happy to report that this black thumb of mine has managed to keep the fiddleleaf fig tree alive and thriving. This newfound confidence has me on the hunt for my next green friend
Citrus trees Yes, you can grow citrus indoors! Make sure your citrus tree has a spot where it gets lots and lots of light. If you take the time to pollinate the flowers, it will reward you with fruit, and no matter what it will smell fantastic.