7 The Best Air-Purifying Plant Décor You Can Keep for Your Bedroom

Plant decor is not only bringing a splash of green but it turns reducing indoor air pollutants indoors. It had been proven by a famous 1989 NASA study and followed by others. Plant decor helps people reducing their stress level and being more creative. We cannot find any negative effect in this matter of greenery indoors.

And if you are considering to put one or two plants indoor, especially in your bedroom, to keep your room fresh, try the following air-purifying plants:

1. Lavender (Lavandula)

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Most people know this one. It is well-known as its ability to prevent mosquitos and its refreshing scent. We can easily find lavender in our local florist. You can grow them in your front yard and bring some indoor.

2. Lady Palm (Rhapsis Excelsa)

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They have multiple fronds in an elegant fan pattern that make it fit to any home decor you have. Besides, it grows easily and requires bright indirect light and water only if their top inch of soil is getting dry.

3. Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica)

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Its large shiny leaves and a beefy shape provides strong vertical interest to your bedroom, or any others. This plant requires moderate to bright light and constant moisture. Wear your gardening gloves everything it needs to be pruned.

4. Areca Palm (Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens)

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This Plant decor can reach 6 to 7 feet tall, as long as you give it a plenty of space. This plant requires bright, indoor light and constant light moisture in spring and summer.

5. English Ivy (Hedera Helix)

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This plant can be thrived in hanging baskets, pots or even mixed with other houseplants in a shared pot or basket. You can grow this plant well with moderate light in spring and summer, or bright light (with additional fluorescent light) in fall and winter. Keep the soil dry but don’t let them totally dry out.

6. Boston Fern (Nephrolepsis Exaltata)

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This is one of inexpensive and classic houseplants. But if you need growing this one, you have to act as a parent to pick up. Moreover, this houseplant requires lots of lights and being misted every day. To make it easier to maintain, you can put them on a tray of pebbles filled with water.

7. Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema Commutatum)

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This Plant decor is easy to grow and has beautiful glossy pale green leaves with white markings as the accents. While growing this one, it requires low indoor light and lightly moisture soil.



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