Indoor plants are not only for decoration, but also to purify the air in the home and improve its quality.
They can make your home more breathable by increasing the amount of oxygen in the air through photosynthesis, but they can also filter and purify the air.
Studies have shown that they can remove toxins from the air such as benzene, formaldehyde, and trichlorethylene. Also, most air purifying plants are fairly easy to care for.
1- Peace Lily
It is easy to grow and makes beautiful white flowers, making it a great addition to any living room or bedroom.
The leaves are toxic if eaten in large quantities, so keep them away from pets.
2- Rubber tree
It is a South Asian plant with large green leaves, it is ideal for the corner of the living room or bedroom.
3- Common ivy
It is a beautiful cascading plant perfect for hanging from windows and kitchens.
The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets, and if the berries are ingested they can cause a fever and rash.
4- Tiger Tongue
It is a very popular houseplant. The perfect option if all your plants always die. The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets.
5- Bamboo palm
It thrives indoors in shade, making it a great choice for your bedroom or bathroom, especially if you live somewhere warm.
6- Aloe vera
It is a very decorative and fast growing plant. Aloe vera is completely safe for humans, but it is toxic to cats and dogs, so keep it out of their reach.
It is very easy to grow and maintain as a houseplant. It is a very poisonous plant when ingested, so be sure to keep it away from pets and small children.
8- Heart-shaped Philodendron
It is a very popular houseplant because it is easy to care for and has large, heart-shaped leaves. The leaves are toxic to humans and domestic animals if ingested.
It is very easy to care for, so it will flourish in a well-lit living room or kitchen.
10- Trunk of Brazil
It removes various types of toxins from the air, and its tree-like height makes it a great decoration for any room. The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets.
This plant has magnificent colors. It is easy to grow as long as it is watered regularly and kept warm. The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets.
12- Money Tree
It is known for its twisted trunk which can become relatively tall and strong once the tree matures. It develops in humid environments, so it is ideal for the bathroom.
It has large multi – colored leaves and can grow very large, so it is best placed in a hanging basket or high table where it can cascade. The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets.
14- Curly Fern
It is a sub – tropical plant, so it needs a good amount of humidity, and once it grows it looks like a beautiful hanging decorative piece.
15- Weeping Fig
It is a low – maintenance, large – leafed tree, needing only a sunny location. The leaves are toxic, so keep it away from pets.