Houseplants are a natural decor option for your home that can breathe life and dress up any plain spots you may have in a room. Plants are also a great option to naturally filter the air. Certain plants can absorb pollutants and help your home breathe better. For example, peace lilies are great for cleaning up ammonia and benzene.
In addition to health benefits, you should also consider other factors in your home. Some plants are beautiful but can also be poisonous to any furry friends you have in your home. Some plants require more sun and water than other plants, so this means you have to think about what type of plant works best in the spot you’re planning to fill. With all of these factors in mind, how can you even begin to narrow down your selection?
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Some common indoor plants are valuable in protecting humans against the rising levels of indoor pollution. It’s, therefore, no wonder that 90% of millennials are in search of indoor plants that can boost their mental health and wellbeing. Most of them have taken to bringing the outdoors indoors by embracing aloe, cacti, and air plants.
When choosing indoor plants, it’s essential to remember that some are more effective than others in purifying the air. Your search for the best plants can be long and tiresome. With this guide, though, you’ll quickly find some suitable plants for your indoor spaces.
ProFlowers created a handy flowchart quiz to help you find the best indoor plant for your home! Answer a few questions about your home habits and your own personality to see what plant will work best for your lifestyle.
Finally, Thanks to ProFlowers for this graphic.