Featuring the California Home Goods Geometric Hanging Planters
This plant wasn’t recommended by a NASA study for nothing. Also popularly known as Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Snake Plant is simply one of the best proven and effective plants for filtering toxic gases trapped in the air. Many recommend putting the Snake Plant in the bedroom as it easily converts CO2 into oxygen at night.
Plants act as air filters that trap indoor pollutants at home like carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, and more!
If you think that growing flowering plants is impossible for you who doesn’t really have a green thumb, then that’s where you’re wrong. Peace Lilies are inexpensive, easy to maintain, and most of all, lovely to decorate your home with. They usually come in white, but you may also find those that have purple or pink flowers. They only need low light, moist soil, and moderate temperatures.
The Spider Plant is one of the most popular potted plants in the whole world not only because they’re inexpensive and extremely low-maintenance, but also because they can easily be propagated by placing the “pups” or plantlets in soil or water. No to mention, these bunch of sleek white and green leaves are even perfect for space-saving hanging planters or wall-mounted plant pots.
Again, if you’re fond of space-saving low-maintenance houseplants, then succulents are the way to go! Unlike the common tabletop or mini succulents, the Jade Plant (also known as the Money Tree) has the potential to grow a tad bit bigger and even have lovely delicate blooms. They only require enough light (never direct from the sun) and moist soil (overwatering is the best way to kill it).
Easily found online, in supermarkets and home stores, the Golden Pothos a.k.a. The Devil’s Ivy is said to be the easiest plants to grow-- some even say these plants are easier to grow than succulents because they simply refuse to die. The Pothos require bright indirect light, but they’ll still survive in dark places. And while they might not be the prettiest houseplants you’ve seen, the golden pothos’ trailing stems look lovely on a shelf or a hanging planter.
Majesty Palm Tree
If there’s a houseplant that can easily add a laid-back element or tropical vibe into a room, that’s no less than the Majesty Palm Tree. Bearing long, green, regal fronds, this gorgeous tropical beauty will suit any room, any living space, any office or apartment. And don’t you worry about repotting just yet because it’ll take a longer period of time for it to grow a lot bigger.
Adding another lovely flowering plant to our list are Bromeliad plants. If you want to give your home a touch of the tropics or a sense of sun-kissed exotic look, then look no further than the colorful Bromeliads. Give them enough bright light like putting them near sunny windows and they’ll give you colorful foliage. They’re pretty, inexpensive, easy-to-find, and don’t need any fussing over; so what more can you ask for?
Last but definitely not the least on our list are houseplants that are affordable, easy-to-grow, and most of all edible! Herbs like basil, dill, thyme, or exactly ones you usually use for cooking are the best choices as indoor plants especially for first-timers. With their fragrance, functionality, convenience, and practicality, truly nothing beats growing potted herbs at home! Just put them on a window sill in your kitchen and water every other day.