Have you always been advised against installing your plants in your bedroom?
Don't worry, this is a preconceived idea! Discover our selection of ideal plants!
A bit of science: why putting plants
in your bedroom is not a danger?
It is true that plants breathe, absorb oxygen and release carbon dioxide. However, the volumes of CO2 released by green plants being very low, you can absolutely choose to display some pretty indoor plants in your room, without any risk to your health…or your sleep!
In addition, some green plants even have soothing and depolluting properties that can help you improve the quality of your sleep.
Here are some tips for choosing the right plants, which will fit in perfectly!
which plants for a bedroom?
Prefer a depolluting plant. For example, golden scyndapsus is known for its ability to purify the air, as is English ivy, dracaena, sansevieria, Zamioculcas or Boston fern . Plants with soothing properties such as lavender, jasmine, gardenia or aloe vera - which is known to fight against dust mites - are all plants to favor for sleep of quality and a magnificent plant decoration in your room.
As far as maintenance is concerned, we recommend that you do not use pots in which water could quickly stagnate. Indeed, you will prevent the soil from remaining too wet and causing mold.
And above all, in order not to breathe dust while you sleep, remember to clean the leaves of your green plants regularly.
In summary, this is enough to easily fall into the arms of Morpheus