Chlorophytum Comosum ‘Variegatum,’ also known as”the Spider Plant in the way it’s well-known, is an iconic plant that has remained popular for a long time. With its cascading form, the bright, glossy foliage spills out over the edge of the pot. The distinctive green, fleshy foliage is stuffed with excellent sap, which is perfect for soothing burns and cooling damaged skin that has been sunburned and dry.
Epipremnum (Devil’s Ivy)
An indigenous plant of warm regions such as Australia, Indonesia, and India, Epipremnum aureum, also known as Devil’s Ivy, is a very easy-to-care-for plant that is beautiful in a room that is well-lit and far from direct light. The vigorous house plant quickly climbs up a moss pole in order to form a lush, tropical-looking plant that takes up only a tiny amount of area on the floor.
Plants in the home can improve air quality.
Certain chemicals and pollutants in your home may hinder you from relaxing or sleeping soundly. In addition to enriching your air by releasing oxygen into it, research by NASA has shown that certain plants that purify the air can also remove as much as 87% of harmful substances from the inside of your home! These are easy-to-grow house plants to ensure you stay healthy at home.
Snake Plant – Mother-in-Law’s Tongue
The most efficient of filters for air quality, the Sansevieria Trifasciata var. laurentii (also called the snake plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue), is an absolute must-have for most households. It can be found almost everywhere in the home and can survive comfortably in areas with lower light and also endure some lack of attention in the way of watering. The upright shape and upright habit of Snake Plant gives it an aesthetic appeal, which is ideal for contemporary decor.
A beautiful plant to have at home, but the Spathiphyllum “Torelli” is also known as Peace Lily, helps remove benzene formaldehyde, formaldehyde trichloroethylene toluene, and xylene from the air. All of these are found in everyday household items. The plant requires very little care; put Your peace, Lily, away from the direct light and let it do its work!
Also referred to as the Dragon plant, Dracaena can be found in many varieties. It does an excellent job of cleaning the air in your home. The twisted dark green leaves and the large lime green margins make the house plant extremely attractive! In its early stages, Dracaena fragrans ‘Tornado’ has a low form that is rounded and looks good on a tabletop or coffee table. When it reaches maturity, it slowly expands upwards, forming one of the tallest central branches, creating a stunning floor-standing specimen. The magnificent Dragon Tree is undemanding and easy to cultivate. Keep it in a shaded area since direct sunlight causes leaves to become scorched and brown.
Plants for bathrooms and kitchens
Houseplants that like their soil to be wet or prefer to be misted regularly are often thriving in bathrooms and kitchens in areas with higher humidity than other areas of the home. The houseplants are beautiful in bathrooms that are minimalist and can add a bit of charm and character to the most practical rooms of your house.
Croton enjoys the high humidity levels in warm kitchens, bathrooms, conservatories, or even indoor pools! Sometimes referred to as ‘Joseph’s coat’ because of its technicolor leaves, its massive glossy leaves are adorned with striking green, gold, and red patterns. To make the most visual impact, a Croton makes an ideal show-stopper.
It is almost impossible to kill. Aglaonema “Christina” (or Chinese evergreen) has beautiful long green leaves streaked or speckled with white or yellow. They are naturally tropical plants that thrive in humid kitchens and bathrooms.
Ferns are fond of damp conditions and will flourish in bathrooms and kitchens where they can absorb the humid air. The fronds are stunning and textural with a distinctly prehistoric look. They prefer a place that isn’t in direct sunlight.
Houseplants that bloom
Houseplants are usually chosen because of their stunning foliage, but many are appreciated for their beautiful flowers. A better value than fresh flowers: A floral houseplant provides a refreshing splash of color to any indoor space.