I currently have:
Chlorophytum comosum "Vittatum": Spider Plant
Codiaeum appendiculatum: Cortons
Crassula argentea: Jade plant
Dracaena sanderiana: Dragon Lilies
Asparagus densiflorus "Sprengeri" Sprengeri Fern
Asplenium squamulatum: Filices
Platycerium: Staghorn Fern
Polypodium aureum "Mandianum": Crisped Blue Fern
Gibasis geniculata: Tahitian Bridal Veil
Anseveria trifasciata laurentii: Variegated Snake Plant
Scindapsis aureus: Devils Ivy
Miniature Roses: Red & Pink
What an Indoor Plant is and how to buy one:
The most important factor in buying a plant for your home is to be absolutely sure that you buy an "indoor plant".
Buying plants is not at all the same as buying clothes, or food, or automobiles.
Probably the most important element that makes buying plants more chancy is the absence of a brand name. The only way to compensate for this lack of brand-name plants is to buy your plants at a nursery--not a dime store.
A reputable nurseryman will carry a wide variety of premium-grade, healthy looking plants. Second, it will have truly knowledgeable salespeople to help you. If the salesperson knows all the names of the plants, if he's positive in his attitude, and if he questions you about where you want to put the plant with regard to prospective light, etc, then leads you to specfic plants while sadly discouraging you from others alon the way, then you could venture to say you're in a reputable nursery.
Fourteen Basic Plants guaranteed to grow for you:
Aspidistra: this was probably the first houseplant as we know of them today. Commonly known as the Cast Iron Plant
Grape Ivy: Cissus Rhombifolia
Maranta: Prayer Plant
Pothos: Gold Queen and Silver (or Marble) Queen
Sansevieria: Snake Plant