A study sponsored by NASA suggests that plants purify the indoor air of toxins like formaldehyde.
Here’s a list of ten awesome houseplants you should get for your home, so make sure to check them out!
1. Peace Lily
The Peace Lily is a plant that will bring good vibes into your home. It’s used for purifying and neutralizing harmful gases, so it thrives in dark shade areas like bedrooms or offices.
The impressive size of palm trees makes them great room dividers. With their ability to remove xylene and formaldehyde from the air inside your home, these plants are a must for any home!
Rosemary is not just for culinary purposes – it boasts an array of health benefits! The herb has been proven to improve memory, treat insomnia and lift people’s spirits.
Orchids are one of the most beautiful flowers. They release oxygen during the night, so they will be beneficial in a bedroom or room where you sleep to provide us with more pleasant smells and boosts our moods by taking just a quick sniff if we have an orchid next to us while sleeping!
5. Lucky Bamboo
The Lucky Bamboo plant, with its long history of being a symbol for good fortune and prosperity in Asian cultures like China or Japan is an amazing starter plant because it doesn’t require much sunlight. We advise you to add 1 inch fresh water every week so they don’t dry out too quickly!
Known as the “Money Tree,” this plant brings wealth and prosperity to your household. It makes for an awesome houseplant because it requires almost no watering!
Ficus trees are great at purifying the air! They filter out formaldehyde, benzene and ammonia to make it safe for humans.
8. African Violet
African Violets are a symbol of wealth and prosperity. They’re also kind enough to keep your house clean with their cute little flowery petals!
9. English Ivy
English Ivy is helpful for removing formaldehyde found in carpet and paint! You should prune it regularly to keep the plant healthy.
10. Citrus trees
Citrus plants are a feng shui addition to the kitchen as fruit-bearing plants symbolize abundance and health.
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