Here’s the list of 5 bedroom plants that can sustain various conditions and will turn your bedroom into a peaceful sleep oasis:
Besides the obvious benefits of soothing lavender scent, its silverish purple leaves also give a romantic accent to your bedroom interior. Undoubtedly best choice when it comes to sleep aid – this plant is not often found indoors. However, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible! The care directions are quite strict: give it bright, direct light for a few hours every day, preferably in a south-facing window, and water when the soil is slightly dry. Don’t overwater lavender, though, or the plant will rot.
2. Snake plant
Not so much for its air-purifying qualities but more for its incredible longevity and resilience when it comes to not knowing what to do with a plant – snake plant comes to second place in our top bedroom plants list… and for good reasons! It’s easy to look after and looks cool.
3. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera plant doesn’t have the most appealing appearance – we must admit. But you can secretly place it in any corner of your bedroom, as it doesn’t require a lot of sunlight or love. But the benefits of it are endless! Its juices not only heals burns, rashes, skin cracks, can be used in your smoothie, or facial or hair serum – but the plant itself promotes better air quality. Aloe vera emits oxygen at night instead of during the day, giving the air around it a boost that could benefit your sleep.
4. English Ivy
More commonly seen creeping up the facades of old brick buildings than resting on bedside tables, English ivy may seem like a strange choice for indoor gardeners, but there’s good reason to keep this ground cover in your bedroom. Ivy can drastically reduce the airborne mould in a room in just hours, which is great news for allergy sufferers in search of better sleep.
5. Spider Plant
Your mom or grandma may have grown this classic houseplant in the ’70s, but it’s still worthy of a place in your home today. The striped leaves arch from the centre, and eventually, the plant produces oodles of baby Spider Plants. And how cute is this? They’re called “plantlets!”
As much as beneficial, some of these bedroom plants aren’t the most attractive looking ones… Breath in personalities to them with some lovely planters! Check them out in our extensive planters’ collection here.