If you have one of these 7 plants at home: take care of it because you have a treasure at home

Do you feel good in the atmosphere of the “urban jungle”? So multiply your plants at all costs to fill your interiors with greenery. Guaranteed “zenifying” effect.
Dracaena marginale
Dracaena marginale

Shaped like a palm tree, it comes from Africa and fits very well into the interior of the house. Easy to maintain, requires regular watering and light, but be careful: no direct sun. It has very long leaves with red shades. This beautiful plant will purify the house, filter all polluting gases and mainly formaldehyde which is a chemical compound rejected by all types of paints and varnishes, as well as cosmetic and hygiene products.

Mother-in-law’s tongue or Sansevière
With its elongated dark green leaves with yellow edges, it is one of the best known and most widespread in our homes. Eliminate all types of toxic substances that remain in the house. They consume little water and require light, they are resistant to temperature changes.

Rubber tree
This plant helps remove formaldehyde from the environment, but it also has another great property. Helps maintain an environment with good humidity. Watering should be moderate and carried out only when the substrate is at least two fingers dry. Does it need bright places and does it easily tolerate climate changes? Water it every 2 days.

Aloe vera
Aloe Vera

This well-known plant is ideal for the interiors of our homes. It refreshes and purifies the atmosphere, also absorbs all types of toxic substances and produces excellent quality oxygen. Of all those mentioned so far, this may be one of the most fragile. It needs daily exposure to the sun. However, caution should be exercised with overwatering and exposure to low temperatures. This plant also has the talent to alert us when something is wrong.

Hairy Chlorophyton
This plant eliminates toxins such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde, mainly present in varnishes and paints. This plant is ideal for indoors, as it has little tolerance for low temperatures and frost. It requires moderate light, watering once a week in winter.

Golden epipremnum
It is the plant best known for purifying the air, absorbing a large amount of toxic substances. Its maintenance is very simple if you ensure that the substrate is always moist, but never in excess. It is a plant that grows very easily with little light or shade. Ambient humidity is favorable for it.