House plants are the perfect addition to your home, to add some greenery and tranquility – All of these plants have the ability to purify the air in any space – from simply converting CO2, to cleansing the air of a number of chemical pollutants…
… but which house plant should you choose, to align with your zodiac sign?
We investigated which houseplant is most suitable for each zodiac sign, and we’re ready to share the results so that everyone can join the houseplant hysteria, with some greenery that’s just right.
We analysed the main characteristics of each zodiac sign and each plant to work out which greenery is the perfect match for you.
Which Plant is Best for an Aquarius?
Sign: Aquarius (Jan 20th – Feb 18th)
Houseplant: Air Plant
This humanitarian sign represents a mystical healer who bestows water and life upon the land.
An Air Plant is a great fit for this zodiac. They are epiphytes, which means that they grow beside other plants or in suitable gaps, not in soil – breathing new life into everything they touch.
Mist them regularly to keep them hydrated, or immerse in water for an hour if in need of rejuvenation.
Which Plant is Best for a Pisces?
Sign: Pisces (Feb 19th – Mar 20th)
Houseplant: Jade Plant
The Jade Plant is an apt botanical comparison to reflect the conflicted nature of the Pisces sign.
Liable to fade if not given enough water, but quick to bounce back when their needs are met, with proper care these plants can grow to up to six feet tall.
They’re often generational good luck gifts within families, reflecting the giving nature of this water sign.
Which Plant is Best for an Aries?
Sign: Aries (Mar 21st – Apr 19th)
Houseplant: Calathea (Prayer Plant)
Bold rams love to have a big presence in any room which is why the Calathea (Prayer Plant) is a perfect fit.
With lush multi-coloured foliage, everyone’s gaze will never be too far away, and similar to their star sign counterpart, Prayer Plants can wilt from a lack of attention.
Which Plant is Best for a Taurus?
Sign: Taurus (Apr 20th – May 20th)
Houseplant: Ponytail Palm
The Ponytail Palm Prefers to bask in the sun, this plant is forgiving in nature; only needing rays half the time to thrive.
Their low maintenance watering needs of once every few weeks also align well with Taurus’ trademark patience & perseverance.
Which Plant is Best for a Gemini?
Sign: Gemini (May 21st – Jun 21st)
Gemini is a busy sign that some say needs a clone of itself in order to get everything done. The Bromeliad does exactly that!
This long-lasting plant produces pups that will replace the original.
Like their zodiac counterparts, too much attention is the biggest turn off for this greenery, so water sparingly.
Which Plant is Best for a Cancer?
Sign: Cancer (Jun 22nd – Jul 22nd)
Houseplant: Asparagus Fern
Those under the Cancer sign are attractive yet intuitive, meaning they easily pick up on any energy around the home.
An Asparagus Fern is similar in that it can thrive in the right environment but also possesses a need for healthy attention.
Which Plant is Best for a Leo?
Sign: Leo (Jul 23rd – Aug 22nd)
This spirited fire sign is known to enjoy the sun while holding a natural air of regality, much like the Yucca plant and its expansive plumage.
The Yucca embodies vivacity and is a great plant to bring a taste of nature indoors, provided you bring the sunshine in with it!
Which Plant is Best for a Virgo?
Sign: Virgo (Aug 23rd – Sep 22nd)
This earth sign represents practical, perfectionist qualities that match the Begonia plant perfectly.
Its beautiful blooms come in a variety of colours and patterns that need minimum upkeep when situated well indoors.
This allows detail orientated Virgos time to focus on other areas of their lives.
Which Plant is Best for a Libra?
Sign: Libra (Sep 23rd – Oct 23rd)
Houseplant: Peace Lily
Libras champion harmony and equality, which makes them perfectly suited to the Peace Lily.
The Peace Lily is great for detoxifying the home, beautiful to look at and considered one of the easiest plants to care for.
This combination makes it suitable for any space or situation, just like Libras.
Which Plant is Best for a Scorpio?
Sign: Scorpio (Oct 23rd – Nov 21st)
Houseplant: Cast-Iron Plant
Scorpios are strong characters that embody independence and persistence. As its name suggests, the Cast-Iron Plant shares similar traits.
Considered one of the hardiest plants to grow indoors, it’s comfortable at extremes that others wouldn’t survive, just like members of this water sign.
Which Plant is Best for a Sagittarius?
Sign: Sagittarius (Nov 22nd – Dec 21st)
Houseplant: African Violets
This sign is known for being spontaneous and having a thirst for adventure. In African Violets a Sagittarius would find a good match with one of the most popular houseplants across the world.
Like the fire sign this plant has a few quirks involved in its care, but if these are met it will produce an elegant display of purple petals.
Which Plant is Best for a Capricorn?
Sign: Capricorn (Dec 22nd – Jan 19th)
Houseplant: Guiana Chestnut (Money Tree)
Capricorns are known for being practical, ambitious and self-reliant. The Guiana Chestnut is a perfect match with a low maintenance personality and slender, interwoven roots to keep its flowers and fruits on another level.
The Feng Shui belief that this plant brings luck to its owner will also help with this sign’s lofty aspirations.
Whatever your sign, houseplants are a perfect addition to your home to add brightness and refresh your room.
NASA has found that plants have the capacity to remove up to 87% of air toxins from an area within 24 hours.
Other benefits include reducing stress, increasing attentiveness, raising productivity and helping you recover from illness faster.
Want more plant life around to maker you happy? Check out our guide to self love plant meanings.
Go ahead and share this with friends and family. See if they can guess their house plant correctly! Or why not pin to your Pinterest board?
Research provided by Clear It Waste Collection to determine which houseplants are best suited to each zodiac sign; based on their personality traits, needs and appearance.
Anna is a Wales-based writer and graduate from SOAS University of London.
As the voice behind On Your Journey, she empowers women to embrace holistic well-being and spiritual growth through her expert insights into wellness and symbolism.
When she isn't writing thought-provoking articles, you'll find her busy crafting and raising her 4 children.