6 best homeplants for bedroom
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Begonia
Thanks to essential oils, begonia works as a filter, purifying the air from bacteria, dust, and has a positive effect on the respiratory tract. It is better to put the pot in a light place, begonia likes to water, but it is not worth spraying it.
Many moms are worried about pubescence on the stems of the plant. But the hairs are soft and do not crumble.
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Schlumbergera
Very famous and popular indoor plant, also known as zygocactus or Decembrist. Many know it as a Christmas star or Christmas cactus, because it is a star-shaped flower that blossoms just in time for this holiday.
I can also refute the popular belief that if the Decembrist is rearranged, it will not bloom. It will bloom, tested on my mother’s copy.
I have moved it to another place more than once (not on purpose, of course) – it has not affected the flowering in any way.
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Hibiscus
This is a truly majestic plant. And in the literal sense of the word. Hibiscus flowers are just great, they can be as simple or terry as mine.
It is not poisonous and has no obvious odor, but tall! It is better to place a young small plant in the nursery, because the adult reaches a height of 2 m, which is not suitable for any room.
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Tradescantia
Very ornamental plant, which is well suited to cachepot. The long shoots of the Tradescany hang beautifully down. Not pretentious, not poisonous. Place the pot with the plant higher – on a closet or in a wall cache – away from naughty children’s handles.
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Peperomia
Many parents often sick babies have this plant in their children. It is able to purify the air from pathogenic microorganisms. Pepperomia is not a terrible shade, it is undemanding for care, it blooms often.
6 best homeplants for bedroom: Spathiphyllum
Very beautiful plant with large flowers and leaves. Spatiphillum can not only purify the air, but also moisturise it. It is not too laborious to care for. People call it a happy flower or flower of happiness, so often invited to the nursery to maintain the appropriate atmosphere.
I still adhere more to science and would rather acquire it for its aesthetic appearance, as in my nursery already lives a huge happiness that does not mind to chew off a sheet or at least to penetrate into it a couple of holes.