Many living or dining rooms have space for a large plant, provided it'll get enough light.
Ming Aralia grows a substantial trunk as it matures, adding interest to this already-gorgeous tree.
Lady Palm is slow-growing and becomes more beautiful as it ages. I think it is one of the most majestic, elegant palm trees you can grow indoors.
The canopy shape of the Money Tree (shown here) adds sophistication to a room and makes a striking office plant.
If your budget is limited, buy a young tree -- you'll enjoy watching it grow and mature over the years. Give a small tree a boost by raising it up on a pedestal table.
Heading to the garden center this weekend? Pick up a few extra plants. (Don't you wish you could take them all home?)
Many of your garden favorites are a snap to grow as house plants. Add fresh color to your home with charming pansies, dwarf varieties of snapdragons, plus bright primroses, wax begonias and impatiens.
Dramatic patterns in dazzling colors make coleus (shown here) popular for shade gardens. But you'll love growing this colorful gem indoors, too.