- Lori Cascioli
Indoor Plants Help The Air in your Home
Indoor house plants not only look pretty but they help purify your air. It is the most natural way to clean the air we breathe, and there are a variety of plants that can help remove pollutants and provide healthier air inside your home. Indoor plants are also known to reduce stress and fatigue, enhance concentration and memory, and increase mood and productivity. Take a look below at our favourite indoor house plants and some benefits they offer.
Boston Fern: These evergreen plants are more than just a pretty decoration.
Along with some remarkable air purifying qualities, they naturally restore moisture to our air which can help people who suffer from dry skin or cough.
Bamboo Plants: Potted bamboo palms bring color and warmth to any room! They help remove toxic indoor air pollutants like formaldehyde. Be sure to keep their soil consistently moist, but never soggy.
Aloe Vera: Its spiky leaves certainly look cool and they’ll really thrive on your desk or bedside table. This plant releases oxygen which creates a purer quality of air so we can sleep better. It also can be used to help cure small scrapes and cuts.
Fiddleleaf Fig Tree: This trendy tree has more than just lush foliage going for them! Their hardy disposition can adapt to most bright locations and help control humidity in your home. Tip: water them generously in the summertime but ease up when winter comes.
Snake Plant: The Snake Plant is surprisingly low maintenance that can survive with little light and water. A mighty plant that filters nasty chemicals like benzene, trichloroethylene and xylene. You’ll breath easy having this showcased in your home!