The Top 10 Big Leaf Indoor Plants for Your Home


Are you looking for an indoor plant that makes a statement? Big leaf plants are getting tons of well-deserved attention right now for the drama they can bring into your home decor. For some recommendations of big leaf indoor plants, check out our favorites below!

Fiddle Leaf Fig 


Fiddle Leaf Fig from Bloomscape

The Fiddle Leaf Fig is a showstopper not only for its big leaves but also for its amazing stature. These wide, veiny leaves paired with up to 10 feet of height will guarantee attention. Indirect sunlight (such as our Vita grow light bulb) and high humidity will keep these leaves bright green for decades to come. 

Ruffled Fan Palm

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Ruffled Fan Palm from White Flower Farm

We guarantee that this palm is unlike any you’ve seen before.  Just as the name describes, the leaves of this palm are expansive and pleated, creating unique leaf coverage. Growing roughly 6 feet tall indoors and tolerable of cool temperatures, this palm could be a great option for your indoor decor. 

Elephant Ear Plant 

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Elephant Ear Plant from Pinterest

We can’t talk about big leaf plants without showing off the Elephant Ear Plant. This houseplant has heart-shaped leaves that grow 2-3 feet in size! Make sure to use a large planter because the Elephant Ear Plant reaches 5 feet in height. Keep this plant in high humidity and indirect sunlight to help it flourish. 

Tree Fern

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Tree Fern from Pistils Nursery

When looking to combine the classic look of a fern with a bit of height, Tree Ferns get the job done! This tree grows roughly 6 feet tall indoors and proudly displays the pinnate leaves that made ferns famous. Tree Ferns desire humid conditions and moist soil to maintain their jungle-like display. 

Calathea Orbifolia


Calathea Orbifolia from Smart Garden Guide

Although a bit challenging to care for, the Calathea Orbifolia is a stunning addition to your greenery. The oval-shaped, striped leaves can grow 12-inches wide, adding dimension to your classic indoor garden. Originating in Bolivia, these plants require high humidity and regular watering to thrive, but when they are given this special attention, you will not be disappointed by the outcome. 

Monstera Deliciosa


Monstera Deliciosa from La Résidence

Another large houseplant, the Monstera Deliciosa is commonly known for having splits in its heart-shaped leaves. These unique leaves have a glossy surface and can grow up to 3 feet long! Growing roughly 3 feet in height as well, this plant is a beautiful addition to any room that could use greenery to occupy dead space.  

Banana Tree Plant 

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Banana Tree Plant from House Beautiful 

If you want to add a tropical element to your interior design, check out the Banana Tree Plant. While there are hundreds of species of Banana Tree Plants, each variety displays large, sage-green leaves as their unforgettable foliage. The beautiful leaves are quite thin and therefore fragile, so should be treated with care, especially in transport. Settle your Banana Tree Plant in a warm area and keep the soil moist to maintain its beauty. 

Kentia Palm


Kentia Palm from La Résidence

The Kentia Palm is a twist on the typical big leaf plant because of its palm-style foliage. Although each individual leaf isn’t particularly large, their arrangement allows the tree to display extravagant foliage and significant leaf cover. These trees are extremely resilient and grow no more than 12 feet when potted, making them a great low-maintenance indoor plant. The tropical accent this Palm adds to the home is unmissable! 



Philodendron from The Spruce

Philodendron plants are the perfect choice if you are looking for something portable and versatile. This plant easily adapts to many environments and even can be moved outdoors during the summer months without much additional care. They present vining foliage and sprout large, delicate leaves that should be regularly wiped with a damp cloth. You can also trim back the vines to contain your Philodendron to grow in a small space! 

Bird of Paradise 

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Bird of Paradise from Bloomscape

The Bird of Paradise is named for its flower that resembles a bird in flight, but the unique flower isn’t the only spectacular aspect of this plant. Bird of Paradise plants also displays large, banana-shaped leaves with a glossy coating that catches the eye. Adaptable and resilient, this plant is a great choice for busy plant parents. Check out our grow guide for more information! 


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