1. Peace Lily
Peace lily plants are one of the easiest ones to take care for when it comes to indoors plants. They don’t need frequent watering and can be placed both in dark and light rooms (they flower more in light rooms). Peace lilies are excellent in cleaning the air and promoting a sense of tranquility, so it’s best to place them in the bedroom.
Jasmines are known for their sweet aroma that is particularly fragrant at night. The fragrance will fill your air with romance and good energy. Keep them indoors next to a window during autumn and winter and outdoors in spring and summer.
Rosemary plants are promoters of physical and mental well-being. If you’re struggling with insomnia or anxiety, then this plant will help you feel better. Its fragrance can lift your mood instantly. Rosemary plants are lovers of the sun, so you need to place them in a sunny spot. Also, make sure you’re not over-watering them.
4. Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena braunii)
According to Feng Shui, the lucky bamboo symbolizes luck and good fortune. The number of stalks determines the energy around you. The more stalks in the planter, the greater the blessing. This plant needs to be placed away from direct sunlight and watered frequently.
5. Money Plant (Epipremnum aureum)
The money plant, also known as golden pothos, devil’s ivy and silver vine, is a Feng Shui symbol for vibrant and well-rooted energy. That energy will reflect positively on your income and your wealth. These plants are easy to take care of, just keep in mind that too much sunlight can turn the leaves yellow.
Orchids can be found in many colors and sizes, depending on the variety. They are one of the most commonly grown houseplants. They will provide your home with a clean air and pleasant aroma, as well as inner peace. Place them in indirect sunlight, so the leaves won’t get scorched.
7. Aloe Vera
Besides being used as a remedy for many diseases, this plant also brings positive energy in your home. Just place it in a bright place, don’t over-water it, and enjoy its many benefits.
8. Holy Basil
This plant is also know as Tulsi. This plant is used both for religious and medical purposes. Tulsi is believed to purify to air, not only from harmful gases, but from negative energy as well. It is also believed that touching it purifies individuals, both mentally and physically. The holy basil has anti-stress, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which is why it’s one of the most beneficial plants in the world.
This beautiful plant is a symbol of joy and optimism. It’s a bloom of great importance, one that will bring love and affection to your home. It can also provide you with a sense of calmness, which is why you need to put it someplace where tension is generated.
Sage brings positive vibes in your home, while getting rid of negative feelings, such as anger and fear. This plant needs sunlight and humidity, so it’s best to place it near a window.
11. Areca Palm
Palms reminds us of hot and exotic places, which makes us feel warm and happy. That is why you need to have at least one areca palm in your house.
12. English Ivy
English Ivy promotes a safe, stress-free home. It’s a beautiful plant that doesn’t need much care. It is widely used as an air-filter.