Monday, August 13, 2018


While you might enjoy the look of houseplants, did you know that they can be beneficial to your health? That’s right - your indoor plants can offer a number of health benefits, including helping add humidity to rooms, help you to breathe better, and purify the air. We may not know this but our homes could be filled with toxins. From the cleaning products to the air fresheners we may h

If you’re looking for the best houseplants, then you’ll likely want one of the following:

 Aloe (Aloe Vera) plant is a great and easy plant to keep inside. It helps clear formaldehyde and benzene, which can be a byproduct of chemical-based cleaners, paints that we use inside of our house. If you decide to pick up a cute little Aloe plant make you sure you place it on a sunny windowsill. It also doubles as a healing agent if you receive a cut. There is a gel inside that you can use on many things.

Peace Lilies are a beautiful plant and these beauties require just a little bit of attention. They do not need direct sunlight and require watering maybe once a week. The peace lily helps to purify the air of formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. These little babies will truly become of one of best friends if you maintain it and give it what it needs.  They are the top list for purifying the air!

                               Ficus plants are nice to have indoors because they are inexpensive and easy to maintain. They love bright indirect sunlight and need to be watered directly or else they will start to lose their leaves.

  Swiss cheese plants! This plant not only looks cool but also helps purify the air ..
 Holes appearing in the leaf give this easy to grow houseplant its common nickname. The holes are charmingly irregular and add interest to the large-leaved plant. The foliage is a deep, glossy green.
Swiss Cheese Plant has been a popular indoor specimen for many years and adds a beautiful tropical touch that can brighten a corner in a large room or office. The vivid green leaves add a touch of color to a room decorated in neutral colors.
Though its flowers in the wild, it will usually not flower when kept indoors.

                The English ivy plants are great plants to have in your home because they are low maintenance and help reduce mold. Be careful though because these plants can be toxic to animals. So put in a place that can't be reached.

These are just a few of the must-have houseplants for improving health! You can find all of these and
 more at your local nursery.

Lavandaire's House Plants  


  1. Oh neato. I love plants. I know some can be dangerous for animals. I do want a cactus


    1. Yes you have to be careful! But cacti are so cute : ) Enjoy!

  2. I love plants but they tend to die with me:(


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