How would you like to increase your sleep quality and observe the changes in your mood by making room for the most beautiful colors of nature in your bedroom?
Most people find that their mood improves when they are surrounded by plants. The place of nature is very different from human life. We have an innate connection with the environment. That’s why it’s so important to have green pets around you, which we call house plants. Contrary to popular belief, you should have some plants in your bedrooms for a good sleep. We have listed the bedroom plants for you, which do not require much maintenance and add vitality with their appearance.
1. RIBBON FLOWERS
One of the champions in purifying the air, ribbon flowers (also known as chlorophytes) are a favorite with flower lovers as they grow in a variety of conditions and are easy to care for. In addition, it will add vitality and color to the environment with its modern look.
2. PURPLE WAFFLE PLANT
In addition to its important air-purifying properties, this flower filters out hazardous chemicals such as benzene, toluene, and others. Plus, the purple waffle plant has gorgeously colored leaves (and a fun name, too). But don’t let the exotic look intimidate you; It is easy to maintain even for beginners.
3. ENGLISH Ivy
This herb is also among the best air purifiers because it filters toxins, mold, as well as some other allergens from the air. Another advantage of English ivy is that this plant grows well in shade, so you don’t have to worry about getting enough sunlight. We can’t ignore the fact that it also looks great when hanging from different surfaces.
Orchids emit oxygen at night, so they are perfect plants for the bedroom. This means you’ll get a better night’s sleep thanks to them. Another advantage is that there are many varieties of flowers with seemingly every color bloom, so the plant can be a great decorative touch in your bedroom.
5. ARECA PALM
This beautiful plant is great for those living in a drier climate as it is great at adding moisture to the air. If you want to have an areca palm in your bedroom, place it near a south- or west-facing window as it prefers bright sunlight.
This beautiful plant with white flowers has a pleasant sweet scent, which is great on its own, but is also soothing and even reduces anxiety, helping you relax at night. Jasmine prefers cool temperatures, plenty of sunlight and good air circulation.
7. HALL Ivy
This is a great choice for promoting toxin-free air in your bedroom, especially the rabbit gene-modified version of this plant. Additionally, hall ivy is suitable for those who can’t take good care of their pet plants, and can even tolerate the occasional forgetfulness when it comes to watering.
The scent of gardenia flowers, which is one of the advantages of this beautiful plant, can range from spicy to fruity. However, even more important to us, its sleep-inducing qualities have proven to be effective, according to this study. When it comes to their care, it’s important to keep the soil moist and ensure the plant gets plenty of sunlight.
9. LADDER OF LOVE
This houseplant, which has existed since Victorian times, is good for indoors to get rid of volatile organic compounds caused by detergents and cleaners. These plants like warm and humid environments.
There are numerous benefits to having rosemary as a houseplant, and it’s not just for the opportunity to add it to your meals. Its scent enhances memory and improves breath throughout the day, but more so when you go to bed, it improves your mood. Rosemary thrives in bright light, so keep it near a south-facing window.