Everyone knows that indoor plants make your space look beautiful and vibrant. But did you know that indoor greenery can actually help purify the air in your home? Even NBC wrote a whole article about. An abundance of research supports the benefits of having plants inside: they offer a sense of tranquility; they filter the air with their leaves; and they regulate humidity levels. Moreover, they act as a humidifier, by transpiring moisture onto the surrounding air. Thus, it’s not just about how they look but also about how they function at every level. So we @Vilagiomovements have structured this information to help you in your planting journey.
What are the benefits of having Indoor Plants?
Are they first and foremost attractive? Of course! Indoor plants have a natural aesthetic beauty. They have a huge variety of colours. They emit soothing smells as well, making them perfect for anyone who are stressed or apprehensive. By removing the surplus carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that humans create, they can raise the oxygen levels in the air. They are a wonderful source of comfort and help to reduce stress. Many of them also make wonderful gifts. Just the tip of the iceberg in terms of their advantages is how they elevate your mood. They can lower your risk of developing allergies by filtering out pollen from the air. Bacteria in the air are also decreased. This is why they are called “air purifiers”. They can also lower blood pressure and improve sleep quality. They are also low-maintenance and don’t require as much attention as a houseplant would - but they do look great!
Types of Indoor Plants You Can Grow
Air Purifying plants - These are the ones that are naturally humidifiers. These can be used to remove excess indoor air pollutants and allergens like pollen, dust, and chemicals from the air. They can improve the quality of indoor air by increasing the concentration of oxygen in the air.
Meditative plants - These are the ones that have calming properties. They are good for stress relief and can help reduce blood pressure and improve sleep quality.
Purifying plants - These are great for those with seasonal allergies. They can remove airborne allergens and pollutants like pollen, dust, and chemicals from the air.
Succulent Plants - Unlike other houseplants, succulents can endure limited watering because to a special adaption. They do not require watering as regularly as other plants because of their ability to store water in their thick, fleshy leaves, stems, and larger roots.