7 Fascinating Indoor Plant Facts

Indoor plants not only make our homes look better, but they also have many other uses besides just looking nice.  

Spider plants, peace lilies, and snake plants absorb formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene from the air, improving indoor air quality.  

1. Air Purifiers

NASA's Clean Air Study discovered that some indoor plants can remove up to 87% of indoor air pollutants in 24 hours, making them useful in metropolitan areas with poor air quality.  

2. NASA Study

Lavender, jasmine, and eucalyptus give beauty to indoor environments and release relaxing scents that help reduce stress and increase well-being.  

3. Aromatic Benefits

Indoor plants transpire to manage humidity. Peace lilies and Boston ferns increase humidity well.  

4. Humidity Regulation

Indoor plants improve mood, productivity, stress, and creativity, according to research. Greenery calms and connects people to nature.  

5. Mindfulness and Productivity

Pothos, philodendrons, and ZZ plants grow in low light, making them ideal for offices, restrooms, and other low-light locations.  

6. Adaptability

Indoor plant enthusiasts can propagate new plants from cuttings or offsets. Growing succulents, spider plants, and pothos is a fun and affordable way to grow your plant collection.  

7. Propagation

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