Indoor plants for good health and a gorgeous home.  (Part-2)

Boston Ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata) purify the air and add greenery. Bathrooms suit them since they like high humidity and indirect light.

ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia): ZZ plants tolerate low light and neglect. They remove xylene, toluene, and benzene to enhance air quality.

The leaves of Calatheas (Calathea spp.) are colorful and patterned. They enjoy indirect light and may enhance your home with tropical flair and air cleansing.

Philodendron: Philodendrons are easy to grow and come in various varieties, including heartleaf and pothos.

Aglaonema (Chinese Evergreen): These low-maintenance trees have brilliant leaves. They remove indoor air contaminants well.

Aside from its calming scent, lavender may be grown indoors in well-lit places. For relaxation, place it in bedrooms or living rooms.

Nerve Plant (Fittonia spp.): With highly patterned leaves, nerve plants thrive in extreme humidity. They thrive in terrariums and small pots.

Choose the best indoor plants for your home based on lighting and plant care. Indoor plants need adequate watering and fertilization to thrive.

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