There are certain plants which can bring positive vibes in our lives when kept indoors. They eradicate negative energy around us while maintaining the balance of surrounding. Plants are gifts that will live with your loved ones and last for a lifetime.
Surprise your loved ones with unique Diwali Gifts like these plants for Diwali:
# Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is easy to grow a plant which can flourish indoors in the presence of the sun. You can make the kitchen window an excellent spot to place the plant. Aloe Vera plant monitors home’s air quality. It is beneficial in eliminating harmful chemicals like benzene from the air. Along with removing pollutants from the air, Aloe Vera is useful in several other ways. Aloe veragel helps in healing burns and cuts.
# English Ivy
English Ivy is a classic and elegant choice for indoors. This houseplant can remove several toxins from the air, including formaldehyde which is absorbed by the dense foliage. Formaldehyde is the indoor pollutant which shows up in synthetic carpet dyes. English Ivy can grow in full shade to full sun and can survive for several years.
# Gerbera Daisy
Gerbera Daisy, which grows the best in warm temperatures, is a popular plant which helps remove complex compounds like benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. It purifies the air and provides a mood-enhancing ambience to the home. Gerbera Daisy thrives the best in moist soil so do not forget to keep the soil moist; also, avoid overwatering it.
# Peace Lily
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