Best Bedroom Plants for Cleaner Air

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Rubber Plant: While it enjoys bright light, particularly filtered morning sun, it can endure low-light settings. Water once a week, when the soil is somewhat dry.

Boston Fern: It thrives in bright light, so hang it in front of your bedroom window or position it in a sunny spot — and water it daily.

Anthurium: The more light it gets, the more water it needs: Water once a week on average, allowing the soil to dry between waterings.

Dracaena: Dracaena like moderate light and mildly damp soil, so place this plant near a window for best results.

Philodendron: It's a low-maintenance plant that tolerates low light and should be allowed to dry out slightly between waterings. 

Dieffenbachia: It does not require much regular care as long as it receives moderate light and frequent watering. Simply keep the water moist, not wet or soggy.

Air Plant: It doesn't even require soil to grow. Most of the time, air plants are displayed in glass terrariums or hung on pieces of wood.