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In recent years, studies have shown that houseplants can help purify the air and make people feel happier. This blog post will discuss 10 of the best plants for bringing happiness into your home.
Here’s a list of 10 great houseplants you should keep in your home. Enjoy!
1. Peace Lily
The Peace Lily is a houseplant that will bring good energy into your home. It has been traditionally used to purify and neutralize harmful gases, which means it thrives in dark, shady areas like bedrooms or offices.
Palms are known for their huge size and ability to filter out xylene and formaldehyde from the air. These plants also happen to make excellent dividers in any home.
Rosemary is not just for cooking – it also provides various health benefits! It has been shown to improve memory, help treat insomnia, and provide a general feeling of well-being.
Orchids are an amazing type of flower because they emit oxygen at night. Stroking an orchid, if it happens to be near your bed, can benefit your mood and increase the pleasant smells in your bedroom.
5. Lucky Bamboo
Lucky Bamboo is a fantastic starter plant because it’s known as a symbol of good fortune and prosperity in many Asian countries, like China or Japan. To make things easier, we advise you to add 1″ of fresh water each week.
This plant is sometimes called the “money tree” because it is said to bring wealth and prosperity into your household. It makes for a great houseplant because it only needs to be watered occasionally.
Ficus trees are one of the best plants for purifying the air. They will filter out formaldehyde, benzene and ammonia to make it safe for humans.
8. African Violet
African Violets are a symbol of wealth and prosperity, and they’re always there to keep your house clean with their cute little flowery petals!
9. English Ivy
English ivy can help remove formaldehyde found in paint and carpet! It should be pruned regularly to ensure the plant stays healthy.
10. Citrus trees
Citrus plants are a great addition to the kitchen because they bear fruit and provide good symbolism in feng shui: abundance and health.
Houseplants are more than just decoration — they can actually improve your mood and mental well-being. If you’re looking for a little extra happiness in your life, try adding one (or all!) of these ten houseplants to your home. We guarantee you’ll be feeling better in no time.