Air quality is a major concern for many people these days, and it’s easy to understand why. With the use of technology increasing every day, more and more people are spending time indoors – often in confined spaces such as offices or homes. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing few different types of plants that grow well inside and will help keep you healthy and happy all winter long!

The types

  1. Aloe Plant

The aloe plant is a popular choice for many people, and that’s because it’s incredibly easy to grow! Unfortunately, the aloaceaea family of plants contains some members which can be toxic if ingested; however, this particular species only releases toxins when the leaves are damaged.

  1. Bamboo Palm

The bamboo palm is a really popular choice for people who want an easy way to add some fresh green colour and life into any room. In addition, it’s incredibly resilient, so you don’t have to worry about overwatering it or the conditions in which you place it!

Just make sure that you do not overwater this plant as it can develop root rot quickly if sitting in water. Instead, keep soil slightly moist at all times by lightly misting daily during warm months; reduce the frequency of watering significantly when light levels are low (winter). The plantes d’intérieur cactus vivace épiphyte are good ones to grow too.

  1. Peace Lily

This is another popular choice that’s incredibly easy to take care of. As the name suggests, it works well at keeping peace in your home! It has a lovely white flower with long green leaves, which are sterile and won’t attract insects or fungi like other plants might do – making this plant great for those who have pets as well!

  1. Spider Plant

It’s incredibly durable and easy to take care of, just like the bamboo palm we discussed earlier! In addition, this plant can be grown in a wide array of conditions, so you’ll never have problems with it growing too slowly or not at all. The trickiest part might be keeping its leaves from trailing – if they get too long, snip them off with some kitchen shears, and your Spider Plant will continue to thrive for many years (and look great) while doing its thing: cleaning the air around it!


Keeping your home clean and fresh doesn’t have to be difficult! These easy-to-care-for plants will do a great job of keeping the air around you healthy, no matter how big or small your space might be.