These 6 Indoor Plants clean the air in your home and are easy to care for

If you are interested in filling your house with plants, but you are inexperienced in the matter or not constant in its care, these indoor plants will be your best option.

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In this article we are going to share 6 plants that are very resistant to have at home, so they are ideal to start with.

  1. Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
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It is one of the plants that climbs or hangs, according to the guides you offer it, and it is a classic among indoor plants due to its easy care and resistance. The potus does not like direct sunlight, therefore it is ideal for decorating the office or home. It is versatile because they can grow in water or in dry soil. It is only necessary to water it when the soil in the pot dries.

  1. Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)
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It is easy to grow because it does not need a lot of water or light to survive. In fact, it works best in the darkest areas of your home. When it blooms it produces a white leaf-shaped flower, and the plant often symbolizes hope and renewal. The flowers resemble calla lilies and being indoors, they are capable of blooming throughout the year.

  1. Mother-in-law’s tongue (Sansevieria zeylanica)
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The name Mother-in-law’s tongue comes from its elongated shape and its bicolor sword-shaped leaves. You will do well by placing it in the bedrooms of your house because it decorates, does not take up much space and, above all, because it releases oxygen at night and purifies the environment.

  1. Succulents (from Latin suculentus, ‘juicy’)
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Succulents require minimal attention because they retain water. Often sold in smaller pots, they are also the ideal choice for a window ledge or office desk that gets lots of sunlight. “The best way to care for a succulent is to water it every 10 days and place it in loose, lumpy potting soil.” They are also easy to reproduce by leaves, so you will have plants to give away or place in other areas of the room.

  1. Necklace of hearts (Ceropegia woodii)

This hanging succulent is striking for its fleshy heart-shaped leaves and tubular flowers. It is best to place it in a bright space, but protected from direct sunlight. Before watering it, check the humidity of the soil. In winter, you will need at most a couple of irrigations a month.

  1. Jade Plant (Crassula ovata)
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It grows slowly, but it is very long-lived and, as soon as you pamper it, it will accompany you for half its life. The jade plant, also known as the money plant for symbolizing good luck in Chinese culture, is easy to maintain because it does not require much water, every 15 days and almost nothing in winter.

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