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"History repeats itself; if you destroy the nature, it will destroy you."
NASA recommended this plant in its famous clean air study for its natural capacity to remove toxins from its immediate environment. And, while most plants take away oxygen at night, this one gives it off during night hours, making it perfect for the bedroom.
This is one of the most popular Indian indoor plants, which is easy to grow in both soil and water. The money plant improves air quality in the house and according to feng shui principles, creates a harmonious environment and brings in prosperity.
Keep plants in bright to moderate indirect sunlight. Spider plants do not appreciate direct, hot sunlight, which can burn their leaves, causing brown tips and spots.
Apart from being aesthetically appealing, peace lilies enhance indoor air quality. These plants require little to no sunlight and are easy to cultivate. Adapted to low levels of watering, the hooded flowers are quite striking and beautiful.
Our colourful Tradescantia spathacea 'Sitara' is a stunning indoor plant that can bring joy to any space. If looked from the top, her leaves are striped with tones of cream and green, but from the side, you can see her amazing purple and pink foliage.
This zebra-striped beauty hails from Brazil, where her amazing foliage makes her stand out in the dense tropical rainforest. She grows at the base of large trees, and her umbrella-like leaves are designed to catch the moisture that comes through the branches so she can save some H2O for later.