Take a breath of fresh air with these indoor plants


If you’re looking to bring some life into your home, we’ve got the perfect solution. The following indoor plants are easy to care for and will improve the air quality of your home!


Pothos is a low-maintenance plant that can be grown in a hanging basket or a pot. It’s also easy to propagate, so you can keep it in check by cutting off new growth. The vines will grow up to 4 feet long if left alone, but you can prune them back and keep them shorter if you want to. The leaves are dark green and heart shaped with pointed tips, giving the plant an elegant appearance despite its humble roots (it was once used as flooring). These plants prefer medium light and high humidity, so it’s best to place them near windows where they get indirect sunlight for most of the day and mist them regularly with water from your spray bottle during those hot summer months when our air conditioners are running 24/7!

Rubber Plant.

Rubber plants are a great choice for beginners. They’re easy to care for and can grow up to 2 feet tall, making them a good option for areas with little natural light. The leaves have a shiny, waxy appearance that makes rubber plants stand out in any room.

When caring for your rubber plant, it’s important to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Overwatering is one of the most common mistakes made when caring for indoor plants like this one. If you notice that your plant has started wilting or turning brown around its edges, it may be time to water it more thoroughly than usual before returning it back into its location with plenty of indirect sunlight (8 hours per day).

Boston Fern.

If you’re just starting out with indoor plants, the Boston Fern is a great choice. It’s easy to care for and a good option if your home has low light conditions.

The Boston Fern likes moist soil but not soggy soil. The roots should never be exposed to air; keep the potting mix damp, but not wet. Water when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch (you can use your finger). Use room temperature water; never let it freeze or boil! Keep your plant away from drafts or vents that could blow cold air on it all day long—it’s kind of like sitting next to an open freezer door in wintertime!

Snake Plant.

The snake plant is a great air purifier. The leaves of this plant absorb toxins and other pollutants from the air and then release them into the soil.

The snake plant is easy to maintain, as it requires little light or water. It will thrive in indirect sunlight or low light conditions, so it’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t have an area with direct sun exposure!

It’s also easy to propagate more plants from your existing snake plants by simply taking cuttings off of them, which you can then root in water until they grow new roots before putting them in soil! The snake plant makes a great housewarming gift because it’s so easy for beginners – no need for special lighting or pots, just put it where there’s adequate drainage and let nature do its thing!

Chinese Evergreen.

Chinese evergreen is a great plant for beginners and people who don’t have much time or space. They are low maintenance, so you don’t have to worry about getting the soil mixture right. The biggest problem with these plants is that they will grow towards light sources, which means they may need to be repositioned every few days or so as they grow taller. Chinese evergreens also tend to get leggy and stretchy as they age, so keep this in mind when choosing where to put your plant!

Chinese evergreens are best placed in indirect light but can tolerate full sun if necessary – although it’s best not overdo it with either option since the leaves will burn easily under intense lighting conditions (especially when exposed directly).

Weeping Fig.

Weeping fig is an easy plant to care for, but it can grow into a tree. These plants are great for people who don’t have a lot of time to water their plants or their plants get dry quickly.

They also help improve the air quality inside your home by cleaning it from toxins including cigarette smoke and other harmful chemicals in the air. Weeping figs tend not to like extremely hot or cold temperatures so keep that in mind if you want one in your house!

These indoor plants improve the air quality of your home, and they’re easy to care for!

Indoor plants are a great addition to any home. They can help improve the air quality and make your space look beautiful! These plants purify the air in your home as they grow and release oxygen during photosynthesis.

If you’re not sure where to start, here’s a list of some of my favorite indoor plants:

  • Peace lily (Spathiphyllum)
  • Heartleaf philodendron (Phylodendron bipinnatifidum)
  • Devil’s ivy or golden pothos (Epipremnum aureum)


These are just six of the many plants that you can have in your home that will improve the air quality. There is a plant for everyone, so take some time to research which one will fit best into your home! You’ll be surprised at just how much better you feel when you have plants indoors!

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