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4 Healthiest Plants Everyone Needs To Have In Their Houses

Do plants really have health benefits? Can they boost your mood? Do they really clean the air around you? We’re talking all that and more.

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1. Spider Plant

This has to be one of the easiest plants to find and to take care of. Even if you have a knack for killing plants, the spider plant might be right for you.

This plant is really cool looking and prefers lots of bright, indirect sunlight. This one is great if you have pets at home as it’s non toxic, and very resilient. Make sure to water this one a few times a week.

2. Snake Plant

Spiders and snakes, oh my! Don’t worry, we’re still talking about plants, and the snake plant is another really easy plant to take care of. It likes to be on the drier side, so you shouldn’t need to water it everyday, and it can take a wide range of light levels so it should be okay in most rooms. As long as that room gets some sunlight you’ll be good to go.

3. Chrysanthemum

If you wanna add a splash of colour to your living room or kitchen, Chrysanthemums or “mums” are a wonderful choice! They come in many colours including white, orange, yellow and pink.

Pet owners beware this one is toxic to both cats and dogs. While inside, keep these plants damp, and in the sunlight. When the weather is warm you can plant them outside, too.

4. Ficus Or Weeping Fig

According to NASAs clean air study the Weeping Fig is one of the top contenders for cleansing air borne toxins like formaldehyde, xylene and toluene, which can build up from carpet and furniture cleaners or stain removers.

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