A month into 2022, and the houseplant trend doesn't seem to be slowing. Ever since the pandemic began in 2020, the term biophilic design is gaining momentum in home design. Incorporating plants and greens into living environments and turning our homes into a potted-plant jungle has become a thing dcor enthusiasts have filled their living spaces with trendy fiddle-leaf figs, spider plants, and easy-care snake plants.Prop these plant babies into any corner of your home, and the space comes to life. From humidity-seeking ferns, miniature succulents to the sweetheart tree, theres plenty to love when it comes to indoor plants, and if you're curious which plants are going to be big this year, you've landed in the right place.Large Statement PlantsMake larger houseplants the statement pieces of in your house. Bring in houseplants like the bird of paradise and the Ficus audrey it is one of the tree-like houseplants that can grow up to 50 feet indoors and really transforms a space. The fiddle-leaf fig, is also a great choice.Flowering HouseplantsBlooming indoor plants add some colour to the interiors. The blooming houseplant Hoya Carnosa, often dangling from a macrame plant hanger brings back the colourful '70's nostalgia. If you're looking to brighten up both your home and garden, consider Kalanchoe - a long-lasting thick-leaved succulent. The peace lily is the best flowering plant for beginners and it comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes.ClimbersPlants that climb like Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, are all the rage this year. It also has the split leaves of a Monstera deliciosa, but because its more condensed, it well in small apartments. Climbing philodendrons are good choices for training up a wall or shelf, as Hoyas.Pineapple PlantsThe Ananas comosus, commonly known as the pineapple plants are in very high demand, especially if you are the type who like fairy gardens. Popular for their dramatic foliage, large leaves and air-purifying qualities, these are the best choice for those looking for unique additions to their plant heaven.Chic FernsA plant lover can never have too many ferns, and its a known fact to enthusiasts that ferns need the company of another fern its a love language. These nostalgic, textual plants are a flawless addition to any decor scheme. The Staghorn ferns are very popular right now just mount staghorn ferns on a board, or hang them on a wall to add a vertical indoor jungle. Australian tree ferns are also trending and a lot of texture to a room. Foxtail ferns and asparagus ferns are two classics disguised as ferns, while they are not true ferns, they look like ferns and are easier to care for.