Best Air-Purifying Plants to Infuse Greenery Into the Home

Aloe Vera

If it gets enough sunshine, this tropical succulent thrives in the workplace or bedroom. Beginners may grow it since it needs little water. Plus, those fleshy leaves contain aloe vera gel for DIY skincare and haircare.

Queen Fern

This easy-to-grow fern enjoys indirect light but may thrive in full sun provided the soil is wet. Since it likes dampness, it will thrive in the kitchen or bathroom. If you wish to store it somewhere, put it next to a tiny humidifier.

Rubber Tree

The Rubber Tree is simple to care for and has striking dark green and burgundy foliage. Ficus Burgundy may reach 8–10 feet tall if tended appropriately. Ingesting Rubber Tree leaves or letting the sap linger on the skin for too long may poison pets and young children.

Snake Plant

This patterned green endures low water and light. It's one of the easiest houseplants for beginners to care for since it can go weeks without water. Further, its rich green hue will make your home seem lush.

English Ivy

This trailing plant in a hanging or conventional planter can enhance any room. Simply set the fast-growing plant in low to bright in-direct sunlight and water when the soil feels dry to maintain it healthy.

Weeping Fig Tree

This big indoor tree needs light and water. This plant may grow 3–6 feet tall, so you may need to repot it yearly.

Bromeliad Vriesea Vogue

This is for pet owners. Flaming Sword Plant, a spectacular and non-toxic houseplant with cone-like red and yellow spikes, gives brightness to any environment. Water the plant's core reservoir and spray it regularly.

Red-Edged Dracaena

This tropical evergreen adds vibrancy to any environment with its crimson, spiky foliage. It needs minimal water and may live without sunshine.

Philodendron Heartleaf

The fast-growing, heart-shaped Philodendron Heartleaf thrives in low to high light and is very forgiving. On a bookshelf or tall cabinet, let the trailing plant's tendrils hang.