Product Details: –
- Aglaonema, Philodendron, Gold Dust, Spider plant, Money Plant
- Plants Placement: Indoor
- Plant Type: Foliage & Air Purifying Plant
- Plant height: 6 – 18 inches
- Pot Type: Black Garden Plastic Pot
- Pot Size: 6 – 8 inches
About Best 5 Natural Air Purifier Plants: –
Aglaonema Plant – Aglaonema needs high humidity, some growers consider aglaonema to be a greenhouse plant. It will do best in the warm, humid, and bright atmosphere of a greenhouse, but it can be successfully grown indoors by coming as close as possible to these conditions.
Money Plant – One of the well-known florae you can spot in homes is the money plant. Money plants are set aside in households as they are believed to bring good prosperity to the home. They are also a low-maintenance plant and can flourish for a really long old-fashioned linked to the other green plants. Not just money plants look good but they also blowout positivity at a place.
Gold Dust Plant – Gold dust plant is grown for its berries as well as its leaves. Female plants harvest cheerful red berries in fall when a male pollinator is nearby. Gold-dust is a gorgeous plant. It has silky green leaves and white and yellow spots over the leaf external. One can simply see from this photo why it has the common name Dracaena Gold Dust.
Spider Plant – This particular plant is tolerant of a wide range of conditions and are highly durable and adaptable. These plants are one of the most easy-care plants around. The wackiness of these plants would definitely amaze you and it would definitely add a great deal of charm to the decorative value of your house. It is available on an enticing dotted green vase.
Philodendron – Philodendron is a classic, and practically no-fail indoor plant because it’s so easy to grow. Happily, this makes it a pretty common indoor plant to find at your local garden center. The philodendron family is a pretty big one, too, so you can find a variety of plants that grow in a range of shapes, sizes, and colors.
Best 5 Natural Air Purifier Plants Care Instructions: –
- Place your plants where it will receive morning sunlight each day.
- Water only when the soil feels dry to touch.
- The soil must never be allowed to dry out completely.
- Apply organic fertilizers during spring and rainy season.
- Loosen the soil without damaging the roots. It will help the plant to uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.
- When a plant outgrows in current pot, re-pot with fresh potting soil and some fertilizer.
- Do the re-potting late evening and keep the plant in a shady area for 2 to 3 days and then move the plant in required light condition.