7 Indoor Plants for
English ivy is good choice for the bedroom because it emits oxygen and absorbs air pollutants such as formaldehyde and ammonia.
It's been a favourite houseplant for decades since it's so difficult to kill - all it needs is indirect light and a little water.
The tropical succulent with thick leaves and spiky edges doesn't need water frequently, but it does need bright light, so place it on your bedroom windowsill.
It enjoys bright light but can withstand low light. Just be sure to let it dry completely between waterings.
Place it in mid-bright to indirect sunshine and water it once or twice a week. Find the ideal planter, and you'll have the ideal bedside plant.
It is a simple growing alternative that requires moderate light and watering once a week.
Toxins and allergies are easily removed from the air by peace lilies. It grows best in a well-lit bedroom and should be watered regularly.