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Best Indoor Plants For Your Home .

Best Indoor Plants For Your Home


Home Decor has always been one of the most important things for women. Everyone wants to make their house look pretty, much like those classy pins you see on pinterest now-a-days. Which also does make it a lot more doable because you have inspiration right in front of you. Indoor plants undoubtedly add to aesthetic value of your house or office. Wiser counsel will have you install not only plants that exude beauty but also clear the air to the benefits of inmates. When you consider the fact that even air fresheners are not free from toxics, your best bet is to have beneficial plants around you. The following plants will do the job admirably.

10 Best Indoor Plants For Your Home

Indoor plant

English Ivy


English Ivy is probably one of those indoor plants that you’ve noticed the most. Its a little climber that grows up to a height of 20 to 30 m and is a native species of western Asia and a major part of Europe. This plant clears out formaldehyde. It is a vine and comes in a variety of colors and shapes. You can grow it in low planters or hanging baskets or if you fancy it, as topiary. You must undertake misting regularly. 

Bamboo palm

This plant too removes formaldehyde from atmosphere inside the house. It requires almost no maintenance. If it can get a few hours of direct sunlight and a liter of water daily, it will be a happy plant.

Peace lily

The lilies are pretty but more than its beauteousness, its medicinal qualities are amazing. It can remove ammonia, acetone, alcohols and benzene. It stays healthy with minimum maintenance. You just have to wash the leaves now and then to keep it free from insects. 

Lady palm

This plant can purify air of ammonia. It resists insects bravely. Except for watering, you must trim the tips of the leaves that turn brown so that it does not look shabby. 
Rubber plant

This plant succeeds in removing formaldehyde to a large extent. While sunlight is ideal for this plant, it can also stand cooler climates and thrive in low light. Let it have a lot of water and you are OK.
Aloe Vera

Some people may not see it a fitting addition to your room garden; the thorns do not look too attractive. But, benzene and formaldehyde can be removed from inside your house by having this succulent plant which can also lend its gel to heal bruises and cuts. 

Spider plant 

This is the plant that gives without being given. Even if you do not care for it, the rich foliage does not stop growing and keeps blossoming tiny little white flowers. A host of chemicals like xylene, carbon monoxide, benzene and formaldehyde are removed by this champion fighter.  
Gerber Daisy

Your clothes might get cleaned without a trace of blemish from dry cleaning but when you bring the washed laundry home, you also bring trichloroethylene, a harmful chemical. Gerber Daisy is good at removing this chemical and also benzene. This plant should get sufficient light.

Chrysanthemum

This plant with mesmerizing flowers would enhance the looks of any room. The plant also removes benzene. Sun is this plant’s favorite object and so, keep it in a place where there is direct sunlight like an open window. 
  

Red-edged Dracaena 

This is a plant that might reach your ceiling if you were not careful to keep it trimmed all the while. It lends a personality to the room in which it is placed. Formaldehyde, xylene and trichloroethylene are all banished from your house when you grow this plant.

African Violet

This flowers round the year and if you have a largish table, this plant can lend elegance to the table if you park the plant on it. Any plant that blooms throughout the year would need a good amount of sunshine and so does African violet. In winter, try to direct as much sunshine as possible on to it. Moisture is equally important and so place pebbles liberally around the plant.

Amazon Elephant Ear

This tropical plant will wither away if you do not create surroundings that resemble Amazon. This plant looks spectacular with its white veins and the leaves with ridged edges. You can create a sense of jungle-like humidity by misting the leaves. Do not place it in direct sunlight though. 

Boston Fern

This is a beautiful plant but you have more than aesthetics in mind in growing this plant at your house. This is a humidifier and absorbs common pollutants and in return releases water vapor. You can hang it near a window facing east in moderate sunlight. 


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Jenny Corteza is a blogger and design enthusiast. She has over a decade of experience in internet marketing and has cracked campaigns from artificial turf Arizona to online gaming.

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