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Small is a fairly subjective term. It's therefore good to make clear what we consider to be small plants. We consider plants up to a height of 50 cm to be small plants.
Small plants usually have a pot size of 5 to 14 cm. However, there are exceptions where smaller plants have a larger pot size. For example, some Kokodama plants which are small in size come in a larger pot.
The most important benefit of small indoor plants is that they still have plenty of room to grow. This means that you can often enjoy the growth more than with a larger indoor plant.
Small indoor plants also have additional benefits. Small indoor plants are easier to combine as a duo, set or mix. This way, people who are having difficulties making a decision can combine several plants in a single plant set.
There are plenty of small indoor plants at Studioplant. Our 10 favourite small plants are: