Some Plants For Your Home!

Hey there people!

How is this day for you!

Green is so much healthier, we don't even know! Blessed are we amid of nature whose blue and green blanket surrounds us our colourful world!

So Here are some green for your house for healthier you! We acknowledge that what we give to nature, it gives us much more back to us!

Some popular indoor plants are named below, based on the space availability one could be chosen! Every decision belongs to you! Have a wise one!
i) Areca Palm
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This one grows to a height of seven feet requiring indirect sunlight. This plant helps in filtering xylene and toluene from the air also act as an effective humidifier. The only requirement is enough water to keep the soil moist.
ii) Aloe Vera
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The coolest plant ever is Aloe vera. This one can be both indoor as well as the outdoor plant. Some cares need to be taken as it's a dry plant the soil needs to be dry and warm, so keep wherever the sunlight is abundant and avoid over-watering. This plant helps in clearing formaldehyde and benzene which usually arose out of the paints in your walls and cooking fumes.
iii) Dracaena
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This plant does not require direct sunlight and can grow up to 12 feet in height, so make sure it is planted at a spot that allows enough space to grow. Also, you can control its height by pruning it from time to time. Keep its soil moist but not soggy. Yellow leaves in the plant are a sign of over-watering or poor drainage. Best place would be near a sheer curtain or a window.
iv) Spider Plant
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This lovely plant combats benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene (a solvent used in the leather, rubber and printing industries). The plant-derived this unique name due to its uniquely-shaped leaves, which dangle like spiders on a web. The plant is also completely safe if you have pets. Similar to above indoor plants, the same rule is applicable make sure you use well-drained soil and do not make the soil soggy for a fresh-looking spider plant.
v)Snake plant (Best recommended)
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The plant is best suited for bathrooms since it filters out formaldehyde, which is commonly found in personal-care products. It is one of the top best plant air-purifying plants identified by NASA. This plant is one of the easiest one to grow and requires no extra attention. Going out of town and have no one to take care of your plant? Forgot to water it on time? Again, no problem. This plant can be neglected for weeks and will still give you long, fresh leaves. The only thing to keep in mind is that they can easily rot, so they need to be planted in free-draining soil. This plant is also called by some as mother-in-law’s tongue or Saint George’s sword.
vi) Lucky bamboo(Easy maintenance)
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This is small decorative plants often found in homes, offices and other places. People gift it on occasions as it is well-known for positive energy and Chinese art of being called Feng Shui cures that enhances for best results.
vii) Devil’s Ivy (Money plant)
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The perfect houseplant for beginners as it can survive even the harshest conditions. Like, assume water thoroughly but infrequently or when the soil is dry, water until some starts to seep out of the bottom of the pot. The Devil’s Ivy/Pothos like humidity and is ridiculously tolerant of a variety of lighting conditions. The best place to grow is where there is indirect/filtered sunlight. It also makes an ideal office plant because it grows well under fluorescent lights. It is known to efficiently cleanse the air of pollutants. Avoid if you have house pets, as the plant is highly toxic if any part of it is consumed in any case.

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