Why You Need Indoor Plants?
Indoor plants have been proved to improve moods, increase creativity, reduce stress, and remove air pollutants, making for a healthier, happier you.
Indoor plants can help us feel good as well as look attractive. Indoor plants, according to research...
- Boost your happiness, productivity, attention, and creativity with these simple exercises
Stress, weariness, sore throats, and colds can all be reduced
- Absorb pollutants, increase humidity, and produce oxygen to help clean indoor air
- Give a sterile environment some life, provide solitude, and reduce noise levels
- Plants Make People Happy (it's real) and are soothing to care for
To get you started, here are some of our favorite plants:
At our office, the Pothos is known as the "cubicle plant" because it thrives in less-than-ideal conditions. The trailing tendrils of this plant, like those of the Philodendron, can grow to be over 10 feet long. Benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene have all been found to be filtered by the Pothos.
The slender, upright leaves of this low-maintenance tropical plant have uneven banding that resembles snake skin. Its drought-resistant characteristics make it an ideal plant for everyone, everywhere. Benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene have all been found to be filtered by snake plants.
The Philodendron's heart-shaped leaves and trailing vines may grow to be over 10 feet long in the correct indoor circumstances, making it an ideal plant for a high shelf. Did we mention it's regarded as one of the easiest houseplants to care for? Formaldehyde can be filtered by philodendrons.
Bird's Nest Fern
The fronds of the Bird's Nest Fern have rippled edges and grow out of a nest-like crown. It makes a stunning interior hanging plant. Indirect light and a humid climate are ideal for them. Formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene have all been found to be filtered by ferns.