Our beautiful Bedroom Plants are imported from Holland and are presented in decorative wrapping are selected to thrive in a bedroom, but can be kept elsewhere if suitable environment. It includes a Ficus, Ivy and Snake plant.
Snake Plants otherwise known as Mother-in-Law’s Tongue is a succulent plant that can grow up to two meters in height. It is a low maintenance plant that is hardy and thrives on neglect. Place them in somewhere tolerating bright even direct light for a couple of hours a day. Be careful not to overwater as they thrive in dry conditions.
Toxins removed: formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, benzene and xylene.
You might recognise English ivy as the climber on many walls and trees outdoors but NASA claims that it is the number one indoor houseplant when it comes to its air purifiers. They grow well in small pots and prefer to be crowded. They look great in hanging baskets and you can even propagate a cutting in water in just a few days.
Toxins removed: formaldehyde and benzene.
The ficus is native to southeast Asia, grown most commonly indoors the Weeping Fig can grow between two and 10 feet tall. Like most other air purifiers ficus prefers bright, in direct sunlight and to be watered weekly, drying out fully between drinks.
Toxins removed: formaldehyde, trichloroethylene and benzene.
EXAMPLE FEATURED, PLANTS MAY VARY