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12 houseplants that can survive even the darkest corner
Sansevieria Trifasciata This plant is good for your respiratory and immune system. It helps to reduce headaches and high blood pressure. Like aloe, it produces oxygen and removes carbon dioxide from the air at night. Your slumber will definitely be more restful with Sansevieria Trifasciata in your bedroom. This plant requires almost no care. Light helps its growth, but it does fine in the darkness too.
Green Thumb: Our Favorite Indoor Plants to Grow In Your Home
1. Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree This one is probably my favorite out of the whole bunch. I have had a gorgeous fiddle leaf tree in my living room for years. It’s been fun to watch it grow (they grown pretty fast), and become so tall that it almost reaches my ceiling. The dark green leaves have a lovely, rubbery texture. This plant loves bright, indirect light, so place yours near a window and allow soil to dry in between watering.