Indoor gardening is not only beautiful, but it helps in a number of ways. It provides ambiance rejuvenation as well as additional aesthetics and a sense of peace in your home. Houseplants can improve your mood and help you focus better.
Here are some houseplants you can consider:

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera
One day or another you must have heard your mom or grandmother tell you how good Aloe Vera is for the skin. What is unknown about the plant is that it also has the benefit of cleaning out unclean air. The plant should be watered regularly and placed in a position that provides it with indirect sunlight.

2. Lavender

From the ease of access to the medicinal benefits, there is a lot that a lavender plant has to offer. Its scent helps relax aromatherapy and soothes headaches. Lavender also works as a natural insect repellant and an air purifier. The purple color adds to the aesthetics of your decor.

3. Peace Lilly

Peace Lilly
Peace Lilly, as the name suggests, is aligned with the aspirations of peace and contentment. Its fragrant flowers help you relax after a busy day. It also purifies the air in your home by removing contaminants like benzene and formaldehyde.
Also Read: How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

4. Rosemary

It’s not unheard of that rosemary contains an element that boosts memory, but what adds to its benefits is its ability to work as an air freshener. You can place it in your office or living room to get the results you are looking for. In winter, it does not require a lot of water, but requires special attention in summer.

5. Rubber plant

Rubber Plant
Able to be kept indoors, rubber plants are manageable and grow up to 6 to 10 feet tall. If you are someone who has a busy schedule and often forgets to water the plants, then this is the one for you. Adaptable to low light conditions and infrequent watering, it stays put for a long time. Rubber trees do not produce pollen, which means there is no risk of allergic reactions. It removes carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide from the environment.

6. Spider plant

Spider Plant
Considered the best houseplant for removing toxic substances from the air, the spider plant is also very easy to care for. It can be stored in a less sunny place and does not require frequent watering. Dirt that enters through shoes, fabrics, food, etc. are eliminated by this plant. It also removes carbon monoxide present in the air.

7. Snake plant

Snake Plant
Known with humor as the “mother-in-law’s tongue,” the Snake plant works as an excellent air purifier. It thrives in low light conditions and is very easy to maintain. It absorbs toxins and chemicals from the air and converts carbon dioxide into oxygen


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