Houseplants do not just step up your home's indoor aesthetics, perks of having little greens inside your home range from its decorative beauty, health benefits, increased productivity and more! From simple succulents to flowering houseplants, here are some of our recommended live plants and its benefits.


Aloe Vera

Why we want it

Aloe vera is an elegant and stylish plant that has ever since been popular amongst the indoor plants because of its health benefits. This plant also purifies air and absorbs airborne compounds and reduces carbon dioxide levels. Great for air purification.

Care tip

Aloe Vera plant likes a lot of sunlight and is ideal for room temperatures beyond 70 degrees, place it near the windowsill to soak up much-needed light. It prefers dry soil so avoid frequent watering.


Peace Lily

Why we want it

The fancy flowers of Peace Lily make it one of the most charming houseplant.  Aside from aesthetic perks, this superb plant has been proven to absorb and reduce harmful household chemicals including compounds like carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, benzene – a known carcinogen. 

Care tip

Peace Lilies are considered "closet plants" where direct sunlight is not much necessary. Place them in a shady spot with moist soil and position it somewhere where it can get indirect sunlight.


Boston Fern

Why we want it

It is perfect for hanging baskets ad great for the classy vibe because of their lacing arch fronds. This low-maintenance plant is in NASA’s list of air-purifying plants for their ability to remove compounds like formaldehyde, plastics, or cigarette smoke from the air, and improves humidity by restoring moisture to the air.

Care tip

Boston Fern is a tough plant and is relatively easy to care, a little mist regularly and cool location out of direct sunlight is ideal for this type of plant.


Snake Plant

Why we want it

If you're struggling to grow succulents and other houseplants, Snake Plant is best for you. Its sword-shaped leaves are effective for absorbing CO2 which improves air quality as you sleep. It also removes xylene, toluene, and trichloroethylene from the air in your home.

Care tip

This plant doesn't thrive much to survive, it prefers plenty of bright light and can endure low light for a very long period of time. Make sure not to overwater because the roots will rot if it's too moist.


Golden Pothos

Why we want it

Golden Photos is one of the most common houseplants due to its resiliency to low supply of light and irregular watering. It's also considered as a power plant which cleanses the air by removing chemicals like benzene and trichloromethyl from the air, according to the NASA clean air report. 

 Care tip

Pothos can tolerate low-light conditions and irregular watering, which would make it easier for everyone to grow on. It can produce stems that trail 8 feet or longer, so just cut them back when they get too long and your plant will continue to look full and healthy. 


Cacti

Why we want it

Cactus come in many shapes and sizes that will surely improve the aesthetic of your home. Adding succulents and cacti to your home can help keep your air fresh while also removing some of the toxins from the environment.

Care tip

Majority of the cactus require to be placed in a position where they can receive an abundant supply of sunlight. It doesn't need much watering and can adapt to long periods of drought.