13 Best Plants For Every Room in Your Home


We love to have plants inside our house, if possible we want a plant in every room. But it pains us to see that our new bought plant is dying and we asked ourselves, what is wrong? But the real question is, do we put the right plant in its right location?

Not every variety of indoor plants flourished in the same environment, even within our house because of different level of humidity and sunlight. For example, a bathroom temperature is different from a kitchen. The good news is, experts from Home Advisor identified the specific variety we should keep in different spaces in our house.

1. For Bedroom – Weeping Fig

Known for its ability to remove common airborne toxins and increase oxygen levels. Placing this plant in your bedroom means your oxygen supply will increase as you sleep.

This plant needs a partial sunlight. Bright but not direct sunlight through glass. Water regularly but allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings.

Note: This plant is toxic to pets like cats and dogs.





2. For Study Room – Chrysanthemum

It absorbs benzene produced by cigarette smoke, as well as toxin emitted from printers, photocopiers and adhesive. This plant is good in office too.

This plant needs a partial sunlight. Bright but not direct sunlight through glass. Water only when the soil begins to feel dry.

Note: Toxic to cats and dogs.

3. Utility Room – Peace Lily

I can remove mold spores in the air, making it perfect for laundry rooms.

Peace Lily needs partial sun. Keep out of direct sunlight but in a well-lit area. Water regularly. Keep the soil moist at all times.

Note: Toxic to cats and dogs.

4. Bathroom – Chinese Evergreen

This easy-to-care-for plant can help filter out a variety of air pollutants and begins to remove more toxins from time and exposure continue. Even with low light, it will produce blooms and red berries.

It needs a partial sun. Place in a shaded spot in a bright bathroom. Water regularly and keep the soil moist.

Note: Toxic to cats and dogs.

5. Dining Room – The Snake Plant

The Snake Plant, or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, is one of the most recommended plants for improving air quality. Aside from your dining, the optimal place to keep this inexpensive and low maintenance plant is the bedroom, because it converts CO2 into oxygen at night.

It needs a partial sun. Place it in direct sunlight. Water occasionally. Let the soil dry out between waterings.

Note: Toxic to cats and dogs.

6. Living Room – Bamboo Palm

This is one of the cheapest palms you can buy. Perfect for houseplant beginners.

It needs a partial sun. Place in a sunny location with indirect sunlight. Water regularly but don’t let it sit in water.

Note: Non-toxic to cats and dogs.

7. Hallway – Jade Plant

Considered to be a symbol of good luck and are a great feature for a new visitor to see in your home.

It needs full sunlight. Water regularly. Take note that when top soil is dry, it requires water.

Note: Toxic to cats and dogs.

8. Kitchen – Golden Pothos

They can thrive as hanging plants, as the leaves grow down in cascading vines. The NASA places this plant within top 3 houseplants successfully in removing formaldehyde. This plant can handle both wet and dry condition.

Partial sun. Do not place in direct sunlight. Water occasionally.

Note:Toxic to cats and dogs.

9. Balcony – Ferns, Marigold and Mint

Ferns are perfect if your outdoor space receives a lot of shade. Most ferns are suitable to be grown in containers.

Marigolds are low-maintenance, pest repellent and beautiful color plants. These flowers were made to flourish on your balcony.

Mint is easy to grow and can use in the kitchen and it flowers light purple blossoms.

10. Conservatory or Sunroom – Prayer Plant

Considered to be a living and breathing plant. Its leaves fold together at night and unfold as the morning approaches.

It needs a partial sun. Place it in a bright, indirect sunlight. Water regularly. Keep the soil moist but not soggy.

Note: Nontoxic to cats and dogs.

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