Research has linked indoor plants with reduced stress, increased productivity, and improved quality for the home’s air. Maybe it's time to bring the outdoors in.
Studies show that some of the most effective house plants to improve the air quality are areca palms, Boston ferns, rubber trees, spider plants, and ficus tree. Another reminder....plants don't have to be in standard pots. Experiment with plants in a tabletop garden or terrarium and have some fun!
Kathryn Jackson Fallon at juniperunltd.com suggests some of the following indoor plants:
Norfolk Island pine
Cast iron plant
Realtor Magazine, January 21. “Bringing the Outdoors In,” Juniperunitd.com (2021) and “A Hobby for All Seasons: 7 Science-Backed Benefits of Indoor Plants,” HealthLine (2021)